(Not including weddings, funerals, banquets and other private events)


Friday 5th 7:30pm Songs of the Armada with the Lovekyn Consort, The Golden Hinde Elizabethan Ship, London
Sunday 7th 2pm The Lovekyn Consort: Classics in the Afternoon at the Landmark Arts Centre, Teddington
Sunday 7th 7pm, Pack Up Your Troubles, EM Forster Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Monday 8th 7pm Music Hall by Candlelight at the Phoenix Arts Club, with Tom Carradine
Friday 12th Lunchtime at St Barnabas, Ealing; English, French and German songs from the First World War
Saturday 13th 2pm to 4:30pm Heritage Open Day at St Mellitus, Tollington Park
Wednesday 24th 1pm Midweek Music at Christ Church, Southport, Merseyside
Friday 26th House Concert in South London details TBA

9th-12th Commemorative Residency in Fleetwood, Lancs.
Wednesday 14th 7:30 Songs to Commemorate the End of WW1, Romsey Abbey
Saturday 17th Commemoration appearances in Berlin
Sunday 18th Commemoration appearances in Berlin
Tuesday 20th Recital at the German Ambassador’s Residence, Paris
Saturday 24th Concert with Tom Carradine, West Peckham, details TBA
Monday 26th 12:15 Performance at Bruce Castle Museum, Haringey
Monday 26th 6pm “Bravo Islington” performance at Islington Museum
Tuesday 27th 6pm National Centre for Early Music in York “Trumpets, trenches and tributes: The Anglo-American alliance in the music of the First World War. Lecture and recital. Free.



Sunday 1st, Lovekyn Consort “In Mirth and Mourning” at Marble Hill House, Twickenham, 2pm to 3pm; Friday 13th Songs of the Great War, St Mary’s Eversden (Cambridgeshire), evening;
Sunday 29th, Lovekyn Consort “Songs of the Olden Time” at Marble Hill House, Twickenham, 2pm to 3pm

Sunday 5th “Songs of the Olden Time” with Matt and Will, Walpole Old Chapel, Suffolk;
Saturday 11th 100th Anniversary of the RAF in Lincoln, details TBA
Saturday 18th Tunbridge Wells Festival, Music Hall with Tom Carradine, 4-6pm

SEPTEMBER: Wednesday 26th Tenby Arts Festival, 7:30 St Mary’s Church

Wednesday 6th
June, Songs & Stories of the Great War, 1:15, Hornsey Vale Community Centre

Saturday 9th Doncaster Museum, Songs of the Great War, 11:45-12:45
Sun 10th 1:30-2pm Pop-up performance of fun Edwardian songs; Stapleton Tavern, Crouch Hill
Sun 10th 5.30pm-7pm, Stroud Green Festival: Earl Haig Hall Songs & Stories of the Great War (singalong)
Thurs 14th French songs at www.cyclingrevival.com, Herne Hill, London
Friday 15th French songs at www.cyclingrevival.com, Herne Hill, London
Saturday 16th 12:45-1:15 Pop-up performance at Urban Native Organic Shop, Stroud Green Road
Fri 22 7.30pm-9.30pm Stroud Green Festival: Holy Trinity Church Hall Songs & Stories of the Great War (cabaret performance)
Saturday 23rd and 24th Songs and Stitches at the American Museum, Bath. Evening performance information HERE


Friday 5th Trenches Night at the historic Albion pub, Chester (one of the last-ever before the pub is closed)

Saturday 6th Trenches Night at the Albion – for tickets please ring 01244 340345. Includes full dinner and dessert plus wine.

Sunday 7th Trenches Night at the Albion (Chester Business Club, not open to the public)

Thursday 18th Edwardian music at Little Bay restaurant, South Croydon, with Matt Redman! We start playing at 20:00hrs. http://www.littlebaycroydon.co.uk/

Friday 19th An Evening of Songs and Stories from the Victorian Music Hall, East Peckham Village Hall, TN12 5LL, 19:30hrs. £10 to include a Ploughman’s Supper, tickets from the Village Stores or on the door. With Tom Carradine, voice and piano and singalong!

Friday 26th Afternoon Concert at St Barnabas Church, Ealing. The Lovekyn Consort plays songs of Old England. 1pm


Sunday 4th Chiltern Festival WW1 Discovery Day, Town Hall, Henley-On-Thames 10:30 and 12noon, also illustrating Professor Bill’s Talk!

Thursday 15th – 16th Mini outreach tour of Chester

APRIL 2018

Good Friday Couperin and Charpentier at Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare for Loki Music, including Le Troisième Leçon De Ténèbres À 2 Voix


Friday 1st 1930s Cowboy Songs private concert in Ealing, 7pm
Thursday 7th Monteverdi Scherzi Musicali and duets, Lovekyn Consort, Lovekyn Chapel, Kingston; 7:30pm


Friday 10th “Women Who Wrote Songs”, 3:45pm, Wickham Theatre Centre.
Saturday 18th Songs of the Great War, St Cuthbert’s Church, Oborne
Tuesday 21st 1pm “Sung Not Crooned – 1930s and 40s as they heard them” Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
Wednesday 22nd Times TBA Songs of the Great War Recital at Hall Place in Bexley www.hallplace.org.uk
Thursday 23rd 1pm Songs of the Great War, Woodville Halls, Gravesend
Thursday 30th “Women Who Wrote Songs” private concert in Blackheath, 6:30pm


Friday 6th Commemoration at the German Military Cemetery, Menen, Belgium “100 Jahre Menenwald” 2pm
Saturday 21st Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn
Tuesday 24th “Women Who Wrote Songs”, Parlour Song by women composers 1830 to 1930, 1pm at Heath Street Baptist Church, Hampstead
Thursday 26th “Women Who Wrote Songs”, House Concert in Honor Oak Park, 7pm
Sunday 29th “Women Who Wrote Songs”, 3:30pm, St James’ Beckenham


Friday 1st Songs of the Great War at the Albion Inn, Chester, see above!
Sunday 10th Pop songs from the 1910s at the Spice of Life Victorian Bar, Soho. 9pm
Thursday 14th 1930s Songs of the Frontier, St Thomas More, Finsbury Park, 2pm


Friday 11th Old English Ditties from the Oxenford Book of English Songs. Tickets HERE and on the door! Garrick Temple to Shakespeare, Hampton 19:30
Friday 18th Medical and Exotic 1910s songs at the “Mosquito Day World Cafe”, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street. 4pm to 6pm Info HERE.
Thursday 31st Songs of the Great War at the Albion Inn, Chester. Performance, singalongs and dinner at the atmospheric Chester venue. Come along while it’s still here! Contact Mike and Christina at 01244 340 345.

JULY 2017

Thursday 6th Open Ealing at the Orchard Cafe, 7pm till 10pm. TICKETS AND INFO HERE
Wednesday 19th Vintage Cowboy Songs; Special Guest Appearance at Little Bay, Croydon, 7pm till 9pm
Tuesday 25th An evening at Staffordshire Town Hall with a variety of acts including a brass band. More details as I have them!
Wednesday 26th Commemoration of the War Dead at Cannock Chase: 50 Jahre deutsche Kriegsgräberstätte. Staffordshire. 10:30am until noon

JUNE 2017

29th May to 1st June Residency at Hawkwood with DowlandWorks
Thursday 8th 9:10pm Stroud Green Festival’s Manifesto; Songs of the 1910s with Matt Redman and his many instruments. Holy Trinity Church, Stroud Green (Granville Road, N4 4EL)
Saturday 10th 11.30am, Pop-up concert at Hornsey Library, Haringey Park N8 9JA with DowlandWorks.
Sunday 11th 7pm Stories Strings and Songs, Sherlock Holmes at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, London N1 3DT
Monday 12th 1pm “Women Who Wrote Songs” for PureGold Presents; Council Chamber at Deptford Town Hall.
Saturday 17th Concert for Jo Cox, All Saints Church, Market Place, Kingston upon Thames, 6:30pm to 11pm

APRIL 2017

Monday 3rd 8pm Monday Night Music: A Rousing Evening of Edwardian Pop, Mahogany Bar, Wilton’s Music Hall. With Matt Redman on a variety of instruments.
18th to 30th Tour of Guernsey, Channel Islands

MARCH 2017

Saturday 18th 5pm Vera Lynn Birthday Tribute, Valence House, Dagenham. With Matt Redman, guitar and piano
Monday 20th 1pm Early English Popular Ditties; BREATHE at Central Hall, St Thomas’ Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road. With Matt Redman, classical guitar and banjo.
Tuesday 21st 19:30 Album Launch for “In Mirth and Mourning”. Lovekyn Consort; Lovekyn Chapel, Kingston.


Monday 27th Sherlock Holmes Banquet at the Stationers’ Company, Stationers’ Hall


Thursday 1st Christmas at Remembering 1916, the exhibition at Whitgift School 6-9pm
5th – 16th Twenty-six concerts in various private venues for Aged Veterans in Saltash, Newton Abbot, Exeter, Taunton, Newport, Southam, London, Farnborough, Gillingham, Aylesford, Potsmouth, Southsea, Hove and Brighton. With the Ragtime Parlour Band


Friday 11th Bach Cantatas 61 and 62, City Bach Collective, St Mary-at-Hill, 1pm
Thursday 17th A Victorian Christmas at Gloucester Quays, 4-5pm
Saturday 19th Victorian and 1930s Christmas songs at Byfleet Village Hall, 11am to 2pm
Saturday 19th WW1 Cabaret show at the Old House in Spitalfields, 4 Princelet Street TICKETS AND INFO HERE
Sunday 27th (NOTE: amended date!) Bach Vespers, Cantatas 61 and 62, St Mary-at-Hill, 6:30pm
Wednesday 30th Songs from the time of the Crimean War, Valence House, Dagenham, 5pm


Saturday 6th “Pack up your Troubles” with Tom Cutler and Tom Carradine, The Swan Theatre, Dobcross, 7:30pm
Thursday 11th WW1 Re-enactment at the Shakespeare Hut, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London. 2pm

JULY 2016

Friday 1st Performing at the ceremony of the Hundredth Anniversary of the battle of the Somme, Fricourt Cemetery.
Saturday 2nd, Performing at the Hundredth Anniversary commemoration of the Somme, Courcelette Cemetery.
Saturday 9th Versatility Serenaders at the Buxton Festival Pavilion Cafe, Pavilion Gardens 9pm
Sunday 17th ‘Songs of love, friendship and loss from 16th.-century Spain’, performed by The
Lovekyn Renaissance Consort: Patricia Hammond – Voice; William Summers – Renaissance Flute, Recorders; Stephen Carpenter – Vihuela, Guitar, Walpole Chapel, Suffolk. 3pm

JUNE 2016

Sunday 12th Lavender Gardens Street Party for the Queen’s 90th birthday, 3pm
Sunday 26th Songs of the Cinema with Donald MacKenzie at the Mighty Wurlitzer, Musical Instrument Museum, Kew Bridge, 3pm

MAY 2016

Thursday 12th Remembering 1916, Concert, Whitgift School 7:30pm
Saturday 21st Celebration of HM the Queen’s birthday, with songs of the 1940s and dinner, at the Albion Hotel, Chester. 6:30pm Reservations, call 01244 340345
Saturday 28th Performing at the Hundredth Anniversary of the battle of Vedun, Deutsche Kriegsgräberstätte Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, 12:30
Sunday 29th Demonstrating the making of a wax cylinder at Gunnerside Methodist Chapel, Swaledale Festival, 16:00hrs.
Monday 30th – Thursday 2nd Wandering Minstrels Tour for the Swaledale Festival!

APRIL 2016

Friday 22nd Giants and Rivals, the Lovekyn Consort, Garrick’s Temple, Hampton, 19:30

MARCH 2016

Thursday 10th Remembering 1916, Exhibition Opening Concert, Whitgift School: 6pm Edwardian songs in the Edwardian Parlour; 8pm Concert, Whitgift Concert Hall
Saturday 12th Vivaldi Gloria; Beethoven Mass in C; St Dunstan’s Feltham: 7:30pm
Sunday 20th Recital, Harkstead Parish Church: 3pm http://www.harkstead.com/


Saturday 9th Trenches Night at the Albion Inn, Chester. 1830 for 1900.
Sunday 10th Trenches Night at the Albion Inn, Chester. 1830 for 1900.
Saturday 16th Air in G Gloucestershire Touring, “Songs from the Great War”, France Lynch, 19:30
21st-30th Touring for ArtsWay, British Columbia, Canada


Tuesday 15th Tea-Dance at St Katherines Parmoor, Near Marlow. 1:30pm
Friday 18th 1840s and 1940s Christmas, Holy Trinity Church, Maidenhead, 7:30pm
Saturday 19th 1940s Christmas, National Liberal Club, 6pm


Sunday 1st, Festival of Remembrance, York Barbican, with the Royal Signals Northern Band. 7pm
Saturday 28th, A Victorian Christmas, St Thomas Church, Cheam, 7:30pm


Wednesday 7th Victorian and Edwardian songs by women composers and lyricists, Suffragette event at the Houses of Parliament, 7:30pm
Tuesday 20th Lovekyn Consort at Stoke Newington


Wednesday 9th Empire Night at the Albion Inn, Chester. Celebrating HM Queen Elizabeth II’s record-breaking reign. Contact Christina Mercer at 01244 340 345 for details.
Wednesday 23rd ALVA event at the Houses of Parliament. 9pm
Friday 25th Brentham Club Dinner Concert. Songs from the 1920s plus fabulous carvery! Mm mm! Tickets here.
Saturday 26th Pack Up Your Troubles at the Shoreham Literary Festival. With Tom Cutler and Tom Carradine. Details HERE. West Street Loft, 7:30pm


Friday 7th Dowland and his contemporaries, Lovekyn Consort, Garrick’s Temple, 7:30pm
Sunday 9th Dowland and his contemporaries, Lovekyn Consort, Walpole Old Chapel, Halesworth, Suffolk, 3pm

JULY 2015

Tuesday 7th Royal Star and Garter, 4:30pm
Friday 10th Wigmore Late with the Versatility Serenaders, Wigmore Hall, 22:00
Friday 17th Secret Connections; Dowland, Tallis, Byrd and Shakespeare, Lovekyn Consort, Forty Hall Estate, 7:30pm

JUNE 2015

Thursday 4th Green & Peter client showcase; Hornsey Town Hall, 6:30pm
Saturday 6th Derby Day Musical Fun with the St Cecilia Singers, Banstead Community Hall, 7:30pm
Friday 26th Songs of the Great War, St Mary’s Community Hall, Attleborough, Norfolk for Creative Arts East. 1 pm.

MAY 2015

Friday 1st 1920s Songs of Sunshine, Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, 7 to 11pm
Saturday 2nd 1920s Songs of Sunshine, Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, 1 till 6pm.
Wednesday 6th Songs of the Great War, Gloucestershire Rural Touring Forum, Tithe Barn, Bishop’s Cleeve, 7pm
Sunday 24th Ragtime Parlour Band, Songs of the Great War, Swaledale Festival, Gunnerside Methodist Church, 4pm

APRIL 2015

Saturday 18th Victorian Soiree at the Brentham Club, Perivale, 6:30pm DETAILS HERE
Friday 24th Songs from the time of Shakespeare on Shakespeare’s birthday, Garrick’s Temple, 7:30pm http://www.garrickstemple.org.uk/events/
Sunday 26th Songs from the Great War for Anzac Day, the Albion Inn, Chester. 7:30pm

MARCH 2015

Saturday 14th 16th century Spanish songs, private party, Hampton Court, 5pm
Wednesday 18th Songs from the Great War at the Ostrich Inn, Stocks Green, Castle Acre, Norfolk, CreativeArtsEast. 7:30pm


Friday 13th A Victorian Valentine, Recital in the Library, Reform Club, Pall Mall. 7pm
Saturday 14th Morricone feature, Mrs. Peel’s Club, 1 Dysart Street, London; 11pm
Thursday 26th Variety Discotheque, Winchester Hall, Twickenham; 8pm
Saturday 28th Songs from the Great War at the Railway Tavern, CreativeArtsEast. 7pm


Friday 17th BROADCAST of “The Sound of Song“, BBC4 TV, 9pm
Friday 17thWish me Luck as you Wave me Goodbye“, songs from the 40s and 50s with Budge Schachte, guitar. Museum of Vancouver, 1900hrs. Vancouver, BC
19th-30th HealthArts tour and Coast Recital Society Outreach concerts, various locations, British Columbia


Thursday 4th, A Victorian Christmas at Valence House, Victorian songs and carols with Matt Redman, guitar and piano; Dagenham, East London. 7:30pm
Saturday 6th Songs of Hearth and Trench, with the Ragtime Duo, Brentham Club, Ealing. Tickets include carvery dinner. Open to non-members, email [email protected] for further details. Doors 6:45pm
Sunday 14th 1940s Christmas at the Old Chapel, Upminster. 2:30pm and 3:30pm.


Friday 7th, Manchester Central Library, Great War songs with Matt Redman, guitar/banjo, 1pm
Monday 10th WW1 songs with Matt Redman, guitar/banjo, Fleetwood Lancs., Shakespeare School, 10am
Monday 10th WW1 songs with Matt Redman, guitar/banjo, Fleetwood Library, open performance, 2pm
Tuesday 11th Performance on the Vintage Tram, Lord Street, Fleetwood, 11am
Tuesday 11th “Homecoming Parade”, and performance in the main marquee, Memorial Park, Fleetwood, 1pm
Friday 21st Recital of songs from the First World War, Pitzhanger Manor, Ealing, 7:30pm
Saturday 22nd Devotion, Deception & Delight in the Golden Age: Elizabethan and Jacobean songs from England and Spain, with vihuela and flutes. Forty Hall, Enfield, 7:30pm
Tuesday 25th Launch of the novel “Lusitania REX” Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD 8:30pm
Wednesday 26th Devotion, Delight & Deception in the Golden Age: Elizabethan and Jacobean songs from England and Spain, with vihuela and flutes. All Saints Parish Church Baroque Concerts, 8pm


Wednesday 22nd, Recital for “Breathe”, Guy’s Chapel, London Bridge, 1pm
Thursday 23rd, Banquet, Mercers’ Hall, Ironmonger Lane, 9pm
Thursday 30th, 16th Century Music for the Day of the Dead with the Lovekyn Consort, Lovekyn Chapel, Kingston. 7:30pm


Saturday 13th, Songs from the First World War, performed atop “Ole Bill”, a 1911 B-type bus,
London Transport Museum Acton Depot (W3 9BQ), four half-hour sets at 12:15, 13:45, 14:45, and 16:15.
Sunday 14th “Fundraising for the Front”, Gala Tea-Party and Recital, Burgh House, Hampstead, London NW3 1LT; 12:00 – 17:00


Monday 4th Various performances in Royal British Legion nursing homes for the day of the Centenary, Norfolk.
Monday 4th “We’ll Meet Again”, St Peter’s Street, Norwich (as part of the “Lights Out” candlelit procession); 22:30
Tuesday 5th Pacifist songs, with Matthew Redman, at the Re-enactment of the North London Herald League’s Anti-War demonstration, August 5th, 1914. Salisbury Hotel and pub, Green Lanes, London N4, 19:00
Thursday 7th Ragtime Parlour Trio, Edwardian Late at the Horniman Museum, 18:30 – 21:30 in the Victorian conservatory
Friday 15th Mosquito Day at the London School of Hygeine and Tropical Medicine, London. 1600 – 1800
Sunday 17th WW1 Red Cross Tea Party at Melford Hall, Suffolk (National Trust); 13:35, 15:55
Saturday 30th, Valence House Heritage Day, Valence House, Dagenham. Afternoon.

JULY 2014

Sunday 6th, Ragtime Parlour Trio WW1 Songs at Grange Park Opera, 22:00 – 23:00
Saturday 12th Songs from the First World War with Ragtime Parlour Duo; Brentham Club (event open to non-members), Perivale. 19:00
Monday 14th Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes. Time TBA
Friday 18th, Buxton Festival, WW1 songs, Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton, 21:00
Saturday 26th, Branscombe Festival, WW1 songs with Albert Ball’s Flying Aces, Town Hall, 15:00

JUNE 2014

Thursday 5th “Musical Memories”, concert in aid of PPMI; St Mellitus, Tollington Park, London N4. 19:30
Friday 6th D-Day Commemoration concert, the Royal Star & Garter, London, 15:00
Wednesday 11th Recital, Midweek Music, Christ Church, Southport, Lancashire, 13:00
Friday 20th Late Shift at the National Portrait Gallery, Room 20, 18:30
Sunday 29th Deal Festival, Ragtime Parlour WW1 songs, Astor Community Theatre, Deal, Kent, 19:30

MAY 2014

5th-16th Jersey Tour
25th-30th Swaledale Festival “Wandering Minstrels” Tour
Saturday 31st Ragtime Parlour Trio WW1 Songs at Grange Park Opera, 22:00 – 23:00

APRIL 2014

Wednesday 2nd Songs from the 20s and 30s, with Matt Redman, guitar and mandoline-banjo, St Edmund in the City, Lombard Street, EC3V 9EA. 12:30 until 14:00
Friday 4th A Spring Soiree, Brentham Club, Perivale, (event open to non-members; here’s the LINK to buy tickets. Very big and nourishing carvery dinner included) London, 19:00
Friday 4th Albert Ball’s Flying Aces CD launch, Nightjar, London EC1V, 22:00
Sunday 20th Edwardian songs with Classical Guitar, Havering Heritage Day, The Old Chapel, Upminster, 14:30 and 15:30

MARCH 2014

Sunday 9thA Spring Musicale” with Bob and Ellen Silverman, pianists, St. Hilda’s Church, Sechelt, British Columbia, 14:30
Friday 21stThe Spies Came in from the Cold” Russian Revels and the Last Tuesday Society at Pushkin House, London 9pm
Saturday 22nd Bach St John Passion, St Andrew’s Church, Northey Ave, Cheam, 19:30


Sunday 16th Bach Sacred Arias, Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, 13:00
Sunday 23rd Sacred and Secular music from Renaissance England and Spain, Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, 13:00
Tuesday 25th A Musical Tribute to WW1, with Matt Redman, guitar and banjo, St Edmund in the City, Lombard Street, EC3V 9EA. 12:30 until 14:00


Friday 16th 16:30, Private 30s Tea-Dance, Burton-on-Trent
Saturday 17th An Edwardian Soiree, Brentham Club, Perivale, London, 19:00


Saturday 7th 22:00 Chap Ball, Bloomsbury Ballroom
Sunday 8th 18:00 Bach Cantata 132, Sweelinck Ensemble, St Mary-at-Hill
Saturday 14th 21:45 “Over By Christmas”, New Sheridan Club Ball, with Ragtime Parlour performing songs from WWI
Saturday 21st 19:30 Handel Messiah, Derby Cathedral


Thursday 21st 19:00 Dowland and Britten centenary concert, Lovekyn Chapel, Kingston
Saturday 23rd Baron Long’s Ship Cafe, 22:00 – 1:00


Sunday 27th 18:00 Bach Cantata 80, Sweelinck Ensemble, St Mary-at-Hill.
Wednesday 30th 20:00 Day of the Dead at the Vauxhall Teahouse Theatre, Spanish and South American songs from the 1600s
Thursday 31st 19:30 Spanish and South American songs from the 1600s with the Lovekyn Consort, Lovekyn Chapel, Kingston


Tuesday 10th Inaugural Concert, Royal Star and Garter, Surbiton
14th to 18th Lost Chord London Tour
Saturday 21st 18:30 Benefit for Kankhal Medical Aid, Ealing, venue TBA
Sunday 22nd 18:00 Bach Cantata 140, Sweelinck Ensemble, St Mary-at-Hill.


Wednesday 7th Private concert, Lincolnshire
Thursday 8th Private concert, Lincolnshire
Friday 16th, With the Mustard Club Players, Mosquito Day Murder Mystery – The Body In the Library, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London, 1600

JULY 2013

Sunday 14th, 1500 Monteverdi Scherzi Musicali with Emily Atkinson and the Lovekyn Consort, All Saints Church, Marketplace, Kingston-upon-Thames
Saturday 20th, Private Concert, Peterborough
Sunday 28th, 1830, Bach “Death Day” Vespers, St Mary-at-Hill, Lovat Lane near Monument. J.S. Bach Cantata 168

JUNE 2013

Thursday 6th, harp and voice recital with Jean Kelly, Swaledale Festival;
Friday 7th, premiere of David Blake’s “Gallows Songs” for mezzo, Graham Coatman’s “Witch of Slatterdale”, and Walton’s Facade, Swaledale Festival
Friday 21st, 1530 Tea Dance for the Whitgift Foundation
Tuesday 25th, 1800 Last Recital at the Royal Star and Garter Ballroom
Sunday 30th, 1830, Bach Vespers, St Mary-at-Hill, Lovat Lane near Monument. J.S. Bach Cantata 93

MAY 2013

Tuesday 14th 1pm Recital, Heath Street Arts, Hampstead
Saturday 18th 1pm (and at other intervals) The 1940s Relived, from the Home Front to the Front Line, Brooklands Museum
Saturday 25th Le Festin de la Fee Verte, undisclosed location, Bloomsbury, London. 8pm until 11pm


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  1. Mousse Says:

    You are one of the most inspiring voices I’ve heard at the Experimental Cocktail Club. Cannot wait till next Tuesday!!

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