For a toe tapping interlude to your day, why not visit the Cramphorn Studio, where music is on the menu most Wednesday Lunchtimes.
Tantalise your musical taste buds 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.
The forthcoming programme:
Jan 24 - "The life and loves of a woman by Robert Schumann - a dramatised version" Featuring the glorious voice of Deborah Aloba
Jan 31 - Meaningful Music - With vocalist Cydnei Baines and various artists. New songs and music from talented ‘local’ composers.
Feb 7 - Lisa Day Vintage Vocalist appears with a programme of vintage swing music.
Feb 14 - Aurora Voices – Bev Lockyer and Andy Heard lead this team of talented vocalists.
Feb 21 - Saxology Saxophone Quartet – The very welcome return of this professional ensemble of like minded musicians.
Feb 28 - New Hall School Musicians – The scholars and soloists from this fine school really impressed at their last visit.
March 7 - Annie Forrester Muir and Pam Campanelli are joined by Jeffery at the piano and a guest musician for a single reed extravaganza.
March 14 - Resonance Recorder Consort with Sue Handscombe. Come and hear Recorders as you have never heard them before. (This one in the Civic Theatre)
March 21 - Ian Kelleher returns to the theatre with an intimate programme of classical guitar music.
March 28 - This, That and the Other are Penny Rich, Kevin Simpson and Jeffery Wilson. Expect some intimate chamber music from these three musicians.
Relaxed performances take place on the last Wednesday of every month from 2.15pm.
Organiser of the Lunchtime Concerts, Jeffery Wilson, offers interactive piano, percussion and vocal work. These concerts have a relaxed attitude to sound and movement and changes are made to the light. All are welcome.