ALL CONCERTS ON SATURDAYS AT 5.30-6.15pm, ST. LAURENCE CHURCH. ADMISSION FREE, DONATIONS.
St Laurence church concerts have been going for over 10 years, set up by
Sue Mileham- Paine.We have a wide range of concerts performed by lots of musicians. Our concerts will hopefully continue in the near future.
Check out some of our previous concerts and videos!
SATURDAY , 7TH MARCH, 5.30-6.15pm
THE PASTORES ENSEMBLE presents CELEBRATING THE MUSES featuring music inspired by the Greek Muses from the 1st Delphic Hymn of 138BC to music by astronomer/ composer William Herschel and Poetry celebrated in Robert Carrington’s Songs. The Concert features a mixture of voice, flute, cornetto, lute, guitar, recorders and viols in a rich and contrasting programme of Early Music and much more.
SATURDAY, 28th March, 5.30-6.16pm
Gabrielle Taylor, Classical Guitar and Fiona Hosford, Harp, a programme featuring music by the local composer Paul Lewis with his Trois Preludes written for Guitar and Harp, Pavane pour une Infante Defunte by Ravel, and music from Spain and South America
SUNDAY, 2ND FEBRUARY, 12 noon in aid of
MAKE A WISH
featuring talented students aged 12-18, including recipients of the Awards for Young Musicians Scholarships and the Glyndebourne Young Performers' Scheme
MAKE A WISH
The charity which supports terminally-ill children and their last wishes.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses:
Whether it's starring in their own films, walking with dinosaurs, going on a family holiday, meeting a celebrity hero, or having a bedroom makeover; our wishes are varied, personal and life-changing.
We go above and beyond to make a child’s One True Wish a reality at a time when they need it most. A child's life shouldn't be about illness, hospitals and diagnosis - it should be about wonder, joy and hope. We've seen the effects a wish can have on a seriously ill child. We know what wishes can give, and this is the driving force behind why we continue to do what we do.
But we can't make these life-changing experiences happen without the generosity of people like you.
SUNDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY, 12 noon, in aid of
RISE - Refuge, Information, Support and Education for people affected by domestic abuse
THE AMITY SINGERS
RISE is a charity supporting people affected by domestic abuse in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex. Along with the only local domestic abuse helpline, we offer emergency refuge accommodation, legal and housing advice, coun-selling, special help for families and a dedicated LGB&T* service.
2 women a week are murdered by a partner or ex-partner in UK
13 police call-outs a day for domestic violence in Brighton & Hove in 2016-17
Domestic abuse costs £118m a year in Brighton & Hove
1,765 RISE helpline calls in 2016-17
147 women and children were given refuge by RISE in 2016-17
“…when RISE came into my life they were there to help and guide me, which was a good thing because I was in a bit of a state...They took care of me. The Children’s Team continues to help my daughter understand her past and secure her future.”
11TH MAY: BELLADONNA - SUE MILEHAM, SOPRANO, JANE PLESSNER, CLARINET, NICOLA GRUNBERG - PIANO: ROMANTIC AND RESOLUTE: MUSIC BY CRUSSELL, GREAVES, SPOHR, MYERBEER, MENDELSSOHN, McCABE
BELLADONNA IS A RECIPIENT OF A BRIGHTON LIONS' BURSARY
18TH MAY: SOPHIA BARTLETTE - VIOLIN, SEBASTIAN GOODWIN-DAY - GUITAR: THE GYPSY VIOLIN
25th MAY: ANTHONY HAWGOOD, Tenor, TREVOR ALEXANDER, Baritone, PETER CROCKFORD, Piano: DOPPELGANGER - ART SONG IN ENGLISH, music by Purcell, Schubert, Coates, Butterworth, Somervell, Quilter, Bridge, Vaughan Williams, Gellhorn,Pollard, Armstrong Gibbs, Britten and Young
1st JUNE: SUSSEX FLUTES: SUE GREGG, VICTORIA HANCOX, ANNE HODGSON, NICOLE LECLERCQ, music to include Grieg, Vivaldi, Scarlatti and John Hawkins