Thames Concerts 2023/24 Series begins in style with the welcome return of The Percussion Ensemble of London, comprising distinguished percussionists John Rockliffe, Sebastian Guard, Emily Eno, and Chris Nall. Their eclectic programme will include Salzedo’s Percussion Concerto and Diseños, and Elliot Cole’s groundbreaking Postludes, together with works by local composer Sebastian Guard.
Audience members may recall the Ensemble’s last appearance in the Thames Concerts series in 2014, in which they partnered with two pianos and choir in performances of Lambert’s The Rio Grande, and the world premiere of the two-piano and percussion transcription of Dyson’s In Honour of the City.
Admission £16 on the door (or at an advance discount via Ticketweb).
St Andrew’s Church,
Doors open 6.45pm
Concert starts 7.30pm
How to book
- On-line at an advance discount via www.ticketweb.uk
Audience members should bring email confirmation/identification to the event.
- In person: on the door at each event from 6.45pm (full price cash/cheque/card).
- For all concerts admission is free to under-16s and full-time students (subject to availability). Identification will be requested but tickets are not required.
- An individual great value season ticket gaining entry to all concerts costs just £60 and can be purchased directly from Thames Concerts moc.strecnocsemahtnull@ofni
- St Andrew’s Church is wheelchair accessible and accompanying carers are admitted free (carer tickets not required).
- It is not necessary to book tickets for the Farmers’ Market Day morning coffee concerts, but voluntary donations are gratefully accepted.
- Latecomers are only admitted during a suitable pause in the performances. Programmes may be subject to change at short notice. Thames Concerts reserves the right to refuse admission. Evening concerts are not suitable for children under the age of 6.
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