After an enforced break due to the pandemic, we are delighted that our Sunday afternoon concerts will start again this Autumn. Each concert will start at 3pm and will be followed by tea and cake.
Please join us as we welcome back singers with programmes including works from composers from all over the world and in many different styles. We end the series with two organ recitals. For the final concert Clem Virgo will be working his magic on the organ.
So come along to hear music – some familiar and some not!
Our performers are not paid fees but do receive expenses. All concerts are free to enter but donations are welcome to cover the musicians’ costs. Any profits go to support music at All Saints’ Church, Marlow.
Sunday 19 September
Anna McLachlan (mezzosoprano)
A welcome return to Anna who gets the concert series started with a programme of French songs.
Sunday 26 September
Phoebe and Isabella Mansell: This well known talented pair will sing songs from the shows.
Sunday 3 October
Isabel Nisbet (contralto) with Elizabeth Rackstraw: ‘To be sung on water’
A programme of songs and poems about the water – brooks, rivers and the sea – and our relationship with all of these.
Sunday 10 October
Crispin Lewis (baritone): Le Travail du Peintre (The Work of the Painter)
The programme will include Poulenc’s extraordinary song-cycle, Le Travail du Peintre, in which each song describes a different 20th century painter’s work.
Sunday 17 October
Malcolm Stowell (organist)
A welcome return from Malcolm Stowell, organist and choirmaster at St Mary’s Slough, and Chairman of Windsor and District Organists Association
Sunday 24 October
Clem Virgo (organist)
A well-known figure at All Saints, Clem brings the concerts to a close with much anticipated organ recital.