Concerts at Crown Court

calendarpipesEach year we hold a series of concerts and recitals, featuring both instrumental and vocal performers from all over the world.

Performances take place at lunchtime during the week, providing a brief but precious musical escape from the office.  We also hold evening concerts throughout the year for those with more pressing work commitments.

The size and acoustic of the church is especially good for smaller ensembles and this is reflected in many of the programmes with a strong emphasis on baroque music and solo performances.

The concerts are always of an excellent standard, frequently featuring undiscovered but highly talented performers, and are well worth hearing.

For all concerts admission is free and there is a retiring collection.  Proceeds from the collections are shared between the performers and the church.

If you would like to know more please email concerts@crowncourtchurch.org.uk

Details of our 2015 Concert Series are below.

Wednesdays at 1:10 pm
15 April Michael Strange Organ
20 May Paul Rosoman
(St Luke’s Anglican Church, Wellington, New Zealand) www.paulrosoman.com
Organ
10 June
29 July John Crockatt www.johncrockatt.co.uk Baroque Violin
19 August Colomb Street 5 Wind Quintet
9 September Thomas Allery
(Worcester College, Oxford) www.worcesterchapel.co.uk/chapel-personnel/director-of-chapel-music/
Organ
11 November
Saturdays at 7:30 pm
25 April Sam Rice and Ensemble Sam Rice – Double Bass
Stephen Kennedy – Baritone
Dustin Conrad – Piano
23 May Charlotte Rowan www.charlotterowan.com Violin
27 June Zivorad Nikolic  http://zivoradnikolic.webs.com/
Natasha Briant
Accordion Cello
18 July London Mandolin Ensemble www.londonmandolinensemble.org.uk
29 August Mie Ito  www.defleo.com/mie-ito.html Baroque Harp
19 September Crown Court Choir and players
10 October Robert Manning
(Highgate United Reformed Church)
Organ
21 November November Trio String Trio

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