Tickets are selling fast for one of the most anticipated concerts this year, given by the Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge. Under their inspirational music director Stephen Layton, the choir has attracted an enthusiastic following worldwide and unanimous critical acclaim. Their concert programme for Kingston Parish Church is characteristically varied and … Read more
On Thursday 22nd March, David Juritz will be giving the second of his one-hour Bach concerts, in which he will perform the Sonata for violin solo, no.3 in C major, BWV 1005 and the Partita for violin solo, no.3 in E major, BWV 1006. Also featured in the concert is the well-loved Violin concerto in … Read more
A red-letter day in Kingston’s musical calendar is Monday 12th March, when we welcome the world’s most prominent period-instrument quartet, Quatuor Mosaiques, to Kingston Parish Church (All Saints’).
Acclaimed worldwide for their outstanding recordings, Quatuor Mosaïques has an extraordinarily extensive discography which includes works of Haydn, Mozart, Arriaga, Boccherini, Jadin, Beethoven, Schubert and Mendelssohn as … Read more
Thames Concerts are delighted to announce an additional concert to the 2012 season, to be given by celebrated guitarist Craig Ogden, at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 4th July at Kingston’s United Reformed Church.
Australian born guitarist Craig Ogden is one of the most exciting artists of his generation. He studied guitar from the age of … Read more
Thames Concerts’ series of classical music is given by some of the finest performers in the country in the atmospheric setting and superb acoustic of All Saints’ Church Kingston (Kingston Parish Church).
The repertoire ranges from Bach to Turnage and from the classical string quartet to the unique sounds of the tango, played by world-class … Read more
In the last concert of Thames Concerts’ 2011, we welcome our associated youth ensemble Thames Youth Orchestra, fresh from a performance in London’s Cadogan Hall, for a appropriately summery programme to send everyone off into the holidays.
The pieces in this term’s programme have a common theme in being pieces commissioned by Serge Diaghilev at … Read more
With this season’s programme almost at a close, our thoughts turn now to next years events. Sadly, we no longer have the same auspicious circumstances as before.
As for many organisations like ours across the country, the next few years present a very uncertain time. The well-publicised government spending cuts, which have hit all parts … Read more