In a change to the programme for tomorrow night's concert, Nathaniel Vallois and Charles Wiffen will now perform the following:
Sonata in G for violin and piano, op. 96 - Beethoven
Sonata in E flat, op. 81a, Les Adieux - Beethoven
Sonata in G minor - Claude Debussy
Walzer from Der Rosenkavalier - Richard Strauss (arr. Vasa Prihoda)
Spanish Songs - Joaquin Nin
This is a reprise of a recent concert they have staged, and it promises to be great fun!
7:30pm at King Charles the Martyr, TN1 1YX, Tickets £12 on the door or £10 from email@example.com
There will be a retiring collection.
Sunday 23 September, 5:30pm
Andrew Hanley studied music at Bristol University, specializing in 17th-century English music and organ performance. As an academic his work has appeared in several publications, including Dictionary of National Biography and New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. For his MA (Mus) he specialised in the music of a rather obscure 17th-century English composer, Richard Mico. Andrew has been a church organist since the age of 14, and is currently Director of Music at All Saints, Langton Green. By profession, he is a music publisher, currently head of publishing at Edition Peters - before this he worked for the publishing division of Boosey & Hawkes.
His programme will feature baroque, and baroque-influenced music, ranging from Bach to Langlais.
Sunday 28 October, 5:30pm
Luke is a very promising young player, currently organ scholar at Worth School, Sussex, where he studies both organ and piano. He began learning the piano when he was seven years old and the organ four years later. He has played various concerts at school and elsewhere on piano and organ - a recent highlight being a performance of the Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony in Worth Abbey. His programme will include music by Bach, Vierne and Howells.
Sunday 25 November, 5:30pm
Jonathan Hagger, has been playing for services at KCM for more than 20 years, gained his ARCM under Richard Popplewell (St Michael's Cornhill and Chapel Royal). He and his wife Anne met when she joined his church choir when they lived in Essex. He has played organs as far apart as Sydney Town Hall and Washington Anglican Cathedral but his favourite instrument is St Sulpice in Paris where he met the celebrated organist Marcel Dupré on several occasions.
His programme will start with a festive section, which will include the popular March from Scipio by Handel. The second half will be more meditative and feature a Mozart clock piece originally unearthed by Gillian Weir and copied by hand for Jonathan, Messiaen's timeless Banquet Céleste, one of Dupré's vespers and the Pie Jesu from the Requiem by Fauré.