Friday Lunchtime Concerts
Lunchtime Concerts Fridays, 12.30 – 1.15 p.m.
Raising money for the Church Building Appeal Fund
Come and join us, we are easily accessible via the train, bus routes and NCP car parks are within a few minutes walk. The concerts are diverse, mostly classically, but also jazz and folk. The performers are very talented and, most importantly, enjoy what they do; they engage with the audience and always aim to make their concerts a special event for everyone. It is a great way to spend a Friday lunchtime - among friendly people, enjoying lovely music. Do come along and see for yourself.
Wheelchair accessible venue.
02nd: Duo Asteria - Corinna Hentschel (violin) and (piano. Performing works by Beethoven, de Falla and Brahms.
09th: Pianist Sohyun Park playing Debussy 3 preludes - Cathedral, Dance of Puck, Minstrels; Beethoven les adieux op.81a 1st movement and Chopin Ballade no.4.
16th: Nick Andrews is joined by Nara Clapperton, soprano, for a recital of beautiful songs for an early Summer lunchtime.
23rd: Sue Mileham - Soprano, Karen Rash - Flute and Nicola Grunberg - Piano present a varied programme from 17th - 20th century to enliven your Friday lunchtime!
30th: Violinist, Fumi Otsuki and pianist, Alessandro Viale with a programme that will include Bach: "Gigue" from Solo Partita No.2 BWV 1004 (violin solo) and Dvorak: Sonatina for violin and piano Op.100.
07th: Annabelle Pepper (mezzo-soprano) and Joe Ward (piano). Songs of love and loss - a powerful series of emotionally charged songs on the joys and sorrows of love from the worlds of grand opera, art song and musical theatre.
14th: Folk-inspired 20th century Greek songs including music by Theodorakis, Hadzidakis & Kraounakis; performed by Eleni Galanopoulou, hailed as the 'soul of Greece', accompanied by Glen Capra on piano and Kostas Kationis, guitar.
21st: Guitarist, Paul Richards. Performing a programme of Latin American & Spanish guitar music on a summer's day!
28th: The John Lake Band play a selection of their unique blend of jazz - sometimes borrowing from classical pieces, sometimes from soul and sometimes from prog rock. The band members will be John Lake on piano and keyboards, Alex Bondonno on sax, Jackie Sampson on vocals and percussion, Oz Dechaine on bass and Simon Cambers on drums.
Brighton Unitarian Church