April is full of music in Clapham – concerts, performances and an opportunity to sing.
Surround yourself with music – Go to a performance
Saxophonists Tom Barford and Alex Hitchcock play with a powerful rhythm section.
Bassist Ferg Ireland and drummer James Maddren. Sunday 7 April
Eclectic singer Esbe performs her songs accompanied by flamenco guitarist, Jeff Rodrigues. Sunday14 April
These two are at Omnibus Theatre, 1 ClaphamCommon North Side, SW4 OQW
Full details and booking at omnibus-clapham.org, or box office on 0207 498 4699
Clapham Chamber Concerts present a short discussion panel to meet the composer, lyricist and performers.
The first half will be a selection of Irish Traditional tunes, airs and poetry.
David Wallace’s new work, Across The Water, will be performed in the second half of the concert. Friday 26 April
The concert starts at 7.30pm at St Paul’sChurch, Rectory Grove, SW4 0DX. Tickets on the door at £12/£10 concessions and Friends of CCC/£5 children. For further information please email claphamchamberconcerts@gmail.
Mozart’s Horn Concerto no.2, sublime Sinfonia Concertante and Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings are included in this outstanding concert.
Musicians include violinist Samuel Staples, a graduate from the Menuhin School and son of Andy Staples of Northcote Music,
BBC Young Musician of the Year finalist Ben Goldscheider, playing the horn
and Royal Opera House Principal Viola Andriy Viyovych.
Saturday 27 April
Tickets at £18 and £14 are available from www.slms.org.uk or from the Box Office on 07951791619. St Luke’s Church, 194 Ramsden Road, SW12 8RQ.
Sing your heart out
Whitehall Choir are always looking for new talented singers.
Whether you want to join the choir, or just sing for the evening, why not attend their next open rehearsal on Tuesday 23 April, when work will be starting on a jazzy offering:
Songs and Sonnets:Shakespeare by Shearing, Mathias, Rutter and Diemer for performance on Thursday 27 June at St. Peter’s Eaton Square.
Rehearsals are on Tuesdays, 6.30 to 9pm, at St Peter’s Eaton Square – five minutes from Victoria station.
The choir would love to hear from you. Website: https://whitehallchoir.org/
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