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June 2018

John Williams, John Etheridge and Gary Ryan – 6 hands

16 June, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Churchill Academy and Sixth Form Centre, Churchill Green BS25 5QN United Kingdom + Google Map

After many years of playing together, John Williams, (Widely acknowledged as the world's greatest classical guitarist) and John Etheridge (one of the world's finest jazz guitarists) are excited that the classical guitarist and composer Gary Ryan (internationally acclaimed for his exceptional technical control and profound musical insight) is joining them to bring you their colourful and varied programme of solos, duos and trios. Put this in your diary now. Plan your holidays around this 'one-off' opportunity that just cannot be…

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October 2018

London Bridge piano quartet

6 October, 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
St John the Baptist Church, Churchill, Church Lane
Churchill, BS25 5QW United Kingdom
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David Adams, violin; Douglas Paterson, viola; Kate Gould, 'cello; Daniel Tong, piano. The London Bridge ensemble presents masterpieces by three of chamber music's most enduring composers and lyrical masters. Mozart's second piano quartet in his most uplifting key of E Flat is one of his works of perfection, drawing on his skill as both opera writer and concerto soloist at the piano. Mendelssohn's turbulent C Minor piano trio is a late work, full of passion and virtuosity. Dvorak's Piano Quartet…

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December 2018

The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan

1 December, 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
St John the Baptist Church, Churchill, Church Lane
Churchill, BS25 5QW United Kingdom
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Tim Hurst-Brown, voice; Peter Hewitt, Piano SOLD OUT A deliciously light-hearted evening of stories, songs, poems and music centred on the immortal Savoy Operas. ¬†Gilbert and Sullivan as seen through the eyes of George Grossmith, the actor who created the comic roles in those famous operas. Tim Hurst-Brown stars as Grossmith, ably assisted at the pianoforte by Peter Hewitt. Grossmith gives us an insight into both W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan and enables us to meet The Sergeant of…

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