Remembering Benedict Cruft: a recorded music event featuring excerpts from Ben’s Bach CD, along with a chance for audience members to share some of their memories of Ben.
Saint Michael’s church was established in 1862 but then the building greatly extended some twenty years later.
Brighton16 is a newly formed choir of 16 classically trained singers.
The brilliant British pianist Jonathan Powell returns in a colourful programme of works by Granados: his Goyescas and Szymanowski: his Masques, Metopes and Mazurkas.
Much-loved local violinist Ellie Blackshaw pairs up with London based pianist David Elwin to perform the rarely heard 1932 violin and piano sonata by Frank Bridge.
The brilliant British pianist Simon Ballard returns to play works by Schubert, Ries, Dvorak, Smetana, Ireland, Moszkowski, de Severac and Sydney Smith.
3 top professional oboists come together to play for us on the first May bank holiday Monday.
London based violinist Benedict Cruft once again surveys all of Bach’s solo violin music and over two evenings.
Choir Byrdsong sing music by Willaert, Gabrieli, Bassano, Lassus and more.
Ambrose Page and Friends present ‘Celebrating Haydn’ - piano and vocal items by Austrian composer Joseph Haydn, interspersed with readings from his letters and diaries.
Pianist Rachel Fryer plays the Aria and 30 Variations that make up J.
Pianist Jonathan Powell performs the 24 Preludes & Fugues of Dmitri Shostakovich.
Come and hear the acclaimed ‘Duo’, Ellie Blackshaw, violin, and Esther Ward-Caddle, cello, delight in playing beautifully-crafted melodies from the Austrian classical composer, Jos…
The Sussex Flutes’ flute quintet (Anne Hodgson, Victoria Hancox, Sue Gregg, Marielle Way and Nicole Le Clercq) play Vivaldi, Mendelssohn, Saint-Saens and much more.
Violinist Benedict Cruft and J.
A concert of words and music focusing on the relationship between Felix Mendelssohn and his sister Fanny.
Much-loved guitarist, Paul Gregory, returns to perform a solo recital of J.
Duo Spianato [now renamed Duo Terra Nova], Pierre and Elodie, impressed our audience last year, and so we are delighted to welcome back one of the young French pianists for a solo …
St Michael’s are pleased to welcome the Brunswick duo to perform Bach’s 6 Flute Sonatas.
We are pleased and delighted to be welcoming the return of Pianist Rachel Fryer performing the Goldberg Variations.
St Michael’s is pleased to welcome the return of pianist Stefan Warzycki.
St Michael’s is delighted to welcome the return of pianist Raija Walker and violinist Ellie Blackshaw.
St Michael’s welcomes back Pavlos Carvalho to perform Bach’s Cello Suites, over two evenings.
We welcome violinist Benedict Cruft along with his fine Cruft-Robertson-Pleeth String Trio and guest guitarist, Paul Gregory.
Guided tours of this magnificent Grade I* listed church - one of the finest Victorian churches in the country.
Opus Clavicembalisticum is perhaps Sorabji’s best known work, even if more talked about than played until the 1980s.
Pianist and organist Carl Bahoshy performs works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert and Rachmaninoff in aid of Iraqi Christians in Need (ICIN) charity.
Duo Spianato, a piano duet from France, will perform Schubert’s F minor Fantasia, Rachmaninov’s Pieces Op.
An unique opportunity to hear some of the best young musicians from the Gaza Music School, part of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music.
Virtuoso solo violinist Michalis Kouloumis performs traditional music from the Balkans, Cyprus, Greece and Turkey.
Jacky Fong, piano, performs works by Brahms, Horowitz and Volodos on 20 May.
Pianist Raija Walker performs Beethoven’s Moonlight and Appassionata sonatas on 14 May.
Great cellist Pavlos Carvalho performs Bach’s solo cello suites on 14 and 15 May.
Pianist Julia Wallin from the Royal Academy performs a selection of Chopin’s Etudes and Nocturnes, Liszt’s 2nd Ballade, Rachmaninoff’s Moment Musicaux and music by Sibelius.
The Kalverienberg choir from Vienna will sing at our 10:30am service on 8 May.
Violinist Benedict Cruft will perform Bach’s solo works on 7 and 8 May.
Pianist Stefan Warzycki performs works for piano left hand.
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