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Friday Lunchtime Concerts

Charlton House
Every Fri 1pm – 2pm

The Charlton House Concerts bring together music lovers and aspiring young artists. With the enthusiastic support of Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust management and a loyal and generous audience we present a continuing programme of wonderful concerts, inspiring competitions and creative sponsorship.

 

 

Jul 7                  

Royal Greenwich Brass Band

“Music for a summer’s day"

Stephen Maw conductor

Sarah Owens cornet

Brahms – Academic Festival Overture

Belstedt – Napoli

MacCunn – The Land of the Mountain And the Flood

Sullivan – The Yeomen of the Guard Overture

 

Jul 14

Royal Academy of Music presents

"Wagner Moreira Nascimento"

Souza tenor

Michael Roshan Pandya piano

Schubert - Die Schöne Müllerin

 

Jul 21

Rattle-Özsuca Duo

Sacha Rattle clarinet

Zeynep Özsuca Rattle piano

with Greta Mutlu violin

Paul Schoenfield - Trio

Darius Milhaud – Suite Op.157b

Bela Bartok – Contrast

 

Jul 28

Clare Deniz cello

Alan Brown piano

Beethoven - Sonata No 2 in G minor

Rachmaninoff  - Sonata Op 19

 

Aug 4               

Concentus VII

Baroque Ensemble

Performing small scale baroque works for wind instruments, voices, strings and continuo. Their repertoire ranges from Monteverdi to C. P. E. Bach.

 

Aug 11 

Alchemy 

Adel Sahnoun flute

Pavlos Kapralos oud

Vasilis Stamatis guitar

“"With works by their guitarist Vasilis Stamatis an their charismatic stage presence and colourful melo dies, The Alchemy Ensemble celebrate their music making by Bringing the eastern and the western world together through a musical journey.” 

 

Aug 18

GMT Brass Ensemble

This well known and much loved Local group of young artists make a welcome return visit.

 

Aug 25

Royal College of Music presents

Adam Taylor piano

Chopin - Nocturnes Op27, no 1 & 2

Schumann - Symphonic Etudes

Liszt - Mephisto Waltz No.1

 

Sep 1 - This Concert is being held at St Luke's Church

Blondel - Medieval and Renaissance wind ensemble mesmerising love songs and fiery dances from the courts of 15th century Spain performed on  shawms, recorders, strings, percussion and bagpipes.

 

Sep 8                 

Filippo Di Bari piano

Giulia Semerano piano         

Schumann  - Bilder aus Osten Op.66

Schubert - Fantasy in F minor D940

Poulenc - Sonata for piano four hands.

 

Sep 15

Artists from the Royal Academy of Music

 

Sep 22

Royal Academy of Music presents

Camilla Marchant Flute

Thomas Ang piano

Mozart - Andante and Rondo

Taffanel - Fantasia on Freischutz by Weber

 

Sept 29        

Royal College of Music presents

Asia Jiminez violin

Andrew Yiangou piano

Beethoven -  Kreutzer Sonata

Debussy - La fille aux cheveux de lin & Beau Soir

 

For those who are interested in performing in one of our Lunchtime Concerts please contact office@rght.org.uk with a short biography

Opening times

Every Friday 1pm – 2pm

Admission

Free

We suggest a minimum donation of £2

Charlton House Concerts are made possible by your generous donations.