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The final concert in this year’s series sees the young Zamira Duo in a sublime programme of works for violin and harp. Taking their name from the Hebrew word meaning “good voice”, Tansy and Mary formed Zamira Duo after having been fellow students at the Royal Academy of Music for several years. In their eclectic … Read more
An annual organ recital has long been a feature of each Thames Concerts Series. In this fifth concert of the present series, the distinguished British organist Daniel Clark – based in Berlin, and working throughout Germany – presents an eclectic programme of music including works on the outstanding three-manual Hunter organ at St Andrew’s.
In this fourth evening concert in the series, this dynamic young duo present major works by Rachmaninov and Britten. Both Samson Tsoy and Pavel Kolesnikov enjoy successful solo careers in their own right, and this is a rare chance to hear them perform together on two grand pianos.
Sergei Rachmaninoff – Suite No 1 for … Read more
The renowned jazz diva makes a welcome return to Surbiton, in the company of Russell Field (drums) and Roger Carey (bass).
“The real thing” – The Independent on Sunday
“…a big fan of hers…” – Jamie Cullum
Liane will be singing songs from her latest album Seaside along with a scattering of surprises and seasonal … Read more
Because of unforeseen circumstances we regret to announce that Robin Blaze is unable to perform at this event. We are delighted that his distinguished colleague counter-tenor Michael Chance CBE is able to take his place. The programme will remain largely unaffected.
A rare chance to
Kaija Lukas (violin), Tetsuumi Nagata (viola), Pei-jee Ng (cello)
Unfortunately Emmanuella Reiter is indisposed because of illness, so she will be replaced by Tetsuumi Nagata – the programme remains unaffected.
Thames Concerts is proud to host and manage this series of morning concerts, running alongside the main evening series, and promoting the Borough’s young up-and-coming talent. Admission is free (no ticket required), and the concerts last for around 50 minutes, without interval. Donations following each event will be gratefully received.
Saturday 15th October, 10.30am –… Read more
Saturday morning concerts
Thames Concerts is proud to introduce these short concerts, showcasing local up-and-coming talent.
Admission is free (no ticket required), although donations are welcome, and the concerts last for around 50 minutes.
Saturday 17th October, 10.30am
Talented young musicians from Surbiton High School and Epsom College perform a
delightful variety of instrumental and … Read more