We are a community of classical music lovers, both performers and listeners.
Our series of informal musical evenings features artists drawn from our membership, and runs from September to June. The repertoire ranges from early music right up to the present day, combining the familiar with items less often performed.
Except where indicated, all of our concerts are at Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton BN1 1UF, on Saturdays at 7.30 pm.
Annual membership is £25, and includes free admission for the year.
Admission for non-members is £5.
|17th November, 2018|
|Bach: Prelude and Fugue no.6 from Book 2 Well Tempered Clavier. BWV 875/1 and 2.|
|Loeillet: Trio Sonata in D minor Op.2 No.4|
|Zhanna Kemp, Polina Loubnina (flute), Anna Huber (violin)|
|D Scarlatti: Sonatas|
D major Longo 164 Allegretto
E flat Longo 203 Andante Cantabile
A minor Longo 241 Allegro
D major Longo 461 Presto
E major Longo 23 Andante Commodo
|Rosemary Kemp (piano)|
F minor Op 55 No.1
C minor Op 48 No.1
|John Bruzon (piano)|
|15th December, 2018|
|Jane Larsen & Joe Ward|
|Rachmaninoff: Variation no.18 from Rhapsodie on a Theme of Paganini |
adapted for piano solo by Hermene W. Eichhorn.
Nocturne in E flat major, opus 9, no. 2
Nocturne in B major opus 32, no. 1
Etude in C# minor opus 10 no. 4 ”Torrent”
|Rosemary Kemp (piano)|
|Gounod: Juliette Waltz|
Faure: song (TBA)
|Zhanna Kemp and Valeria Guidotti|
|C.M. von Weber: Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano Op.63|
Allegro Moderato, Scherzo, Shepherd’s Lament, Finale
|Beatrice Sales, Rosemary Cole, Nick Cooper|
|Including buffet with wine and soft drinks|
Concert dates 2018 -19
The date of the opening concert of the 96th season will be September 22 2018.
Here are all the concert dates we have booked with Brighton Unitarian Church for next season:
February 16 (students concert)
April 20 (AGM)
All at 7.30 pm.
Message from Karen Rash
I play flute in Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra and their next concert on Sunday October 21st is highly recommended (even if I say so myself!). Do come along if you can!
Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra's autumn concert is on Sunday 21 October at 7pm in St Saviour's Church, South Street BN21 4UT. The programme starts with Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture (Fingal’s Cave) for which he found inspiration during a holiday in Scotland in 1829. Then follows Mozart’s Concerto for Flute No 1 in G when the soloist will be Sirius Chau from the Royal College of Music who is the winner of the ESO’s annual young soloist competition which took place last January. After the interval, the orchestra ends the concert with Dvořák’s ‘New World Symphony’, arguably one of the most popular of all symphonies. This will be the ESO’s 140th concert and ends its 38th season. The leader is Lisa Wigmore and the conductor is Graham Jones. Tickets are £14 in advance (£12 for ESO Friends) or £15 on the door (£13 for ESO Friends). More details on www.eso.org.uk