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St Nicholas Lunchtime Recitals

Lunchtime Recitals

Dyke Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3LJ map

Wednesdays at 12.30pm for 45 minutes 
There is a tradition of good music at St Nicholas’ and a series of lunchtime recitals are held in the Church every Wednesday at 12:30pm lasting for 45 minutes. A minimum donation of £3.00 towards recital expenses is appreciated. The recitals provide a perfect break for you to have your lunch and relax before heading back to work. Please bring your own sandwiches. Tea and Coffee is available for a donation.



June 2019


26 Fumi Otsuki (violin): Fjords and Fiddles with piano accompanist Sarah Kershaw


July 2019


3 Gemma Kateb (piano): to include the pieces Debussy Images Book 1 and Mozart Fantasie in D minor

10 Paul Terry (piano): Brighton based composer Paul G Terry will be playing pieces from his latest album "Silence is Bliss", along with new tracks in his distinctive, melodic, and powerfully moving classical style

17 Hammig String Quartet: play Schubert String Quartet in G D887. This was Schubert’s last quartet, written on a grand scale and full of contrasts - the ambiguity of major and minor, the conflicting emotions of grief and love, gentleness and storminess

24 Richard Bowen plays the music of Latin American guitar composers: Villa Lobos, Barrios, Jobim and Lauro

31 Olive Murray (Sophrano): A sizzling Selection of Songs for Summer!


August 2019


7 The John Lake Trio Plays Michel Camilo. John Lake on grand piano, Matt Casterton on bass, Simon Cambers on drums

14 Constance Chow: Flute and piano recital including works by Debussy and Poulenc

21 Michele Roszak & Lynda Spinney: “Youth and Love” and will include British, European and American songs depicting the agony and ecstasy of falling in love

28 Katrin Heymann: 'A summer's cocktail - Mike Wilson, Katrin Heymann and Evelina Ndlovu will be performing favourite classical music by Cavallini, Fauré, Saint Saens, Clarke and Shostakovich - arranged for clarinet, flute and piano - a delightful event!'

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