For a toe tapping interlude to your day, why not visit the Cramphorn Theatre, where music is on the menu most Wednesday Lunchtimes.
Tantalise your musical tastebuds with a varied programme brought to you by talented local artists and professional musicians, from jazz to classical, woodwind to strings and a generous helping of fine vocals.
The Cramphorn Foyer offers drinks and bar snacks.
Wednesday 26 February - Music from New Hall’s senior school musicians including those preparing for A Level examinations. Flute, guitar, piano and trumpet music is promised.
Wednesday 5 March - Joanne Claeys presents trumpet music from around the world, including a guest appearance from Tradjazzled - an Essex based Dixie group.’
Wednesday 12 March - Peter Marshall & Jeffery Wilson in a recital of Jazz inspired music with a 'theme'. Expect some jolly banter too from this seasoned pair!
Wednesday 19 March - No concert.
Wednesday 26 March - Gill Gerrard (Oboe) and Mary Blanchard (Piano) play French and English oboe music in the romantic style.
Wednesday 2 April - Bev Lockyer hosts and performs with Singers, Piano and Bass for a feast of jazz standards.
Wednesday 9 April - The Castle Violin Duo - Stanley Hewitt and Jeremiah Dinan with accompanist Marilyn Goodman - perform rarely played gems from the Baroque and Classical duo repertoire.
Wednesday 16 April - Ian Haywood makes a welcome return to the Cramphorn playing his piano compositions old and new.
Wednesday 23 April - St George's day a musical trip around the 'theme' of St George with Ian Whiteside and Kevin Simpson. Jeffery to accompany patriotically!
Wednesday 30 April - Whirlwind the startling wind quintet return to the theatre with a programme of frothy French and elegant English music.
Wednesday 7 May - The Darkwood Wind Ensemble return to the Cramphorn Theatre with another varied programme of music on clarinets and saxophones.
Wednesday 14 May - Postcards with Marianne Olyver and Nigel Yandell. Following the untimely death of Robert Schuck - Marianne and Nigel continue the work of bringing the Violin and Piano music of some incredible composers lost to us in the last war. Some of you will remember the entertaining, witty and moving experience previously brought to us by Postcards.
Wednesday 21 May - Catherine Leonard makes a welcome return in a recital of romantic piano music. Enigmatic Elgar and some Liszt.
Wednesday 28 May - Susie Self & Michael Christie make a very welcome return to the theatre. A professional Mezzo and Cellist offer an eclectic programme of new sounds for our delight.
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