Events Listing - May 2018

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Tuesday 1st May

Lincolnshire International Chamber Music Festival Lunchtime Concerts

Songs of Travel

Sebastian Charlesworth - baritone
Howard Beach - piano

1.00 pm

Lincoln Drill Hall
Gustav Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Arnold Schönberg Vier Lieder Op.2
Vaughan-Williams
Songs of Travel

Every Tuesday 1st to 29th May

New Tricks - Grimsby

Ukulele Group

7.00 pm

The Wheatsheaf Pub, Grimsby

Adult Music Workshops.
Come and join this new group for all abilities, learning ukulele versions of hits from throughout the decades.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org.

Boston Community Choir

Singing Group

7.00 pm

St Botolph’s Church, Boston

Adult Music Workshops.
Explore singing, learn new skills and meet new friends as part of this brand new Older Adults group.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Wednesday 2nd May

Allegro Appassionato

Lunchtime Concerts

David and Gill Parker - piano and voice

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library

Gill and David are no strangers to the Lincolnshire musical scene.  They are closely involved with Louth Choral Society:  Gill as vocal coach and David as pianist.  Gill is accompanist for the Meridian Singers Ladies Choir and David is Assistant Conductor for Grimsby Bach Choir.  Later this year they celebrate their Ruby Wedding.  They met as undergraduates in Oxford while singing in The Tallis Scholars.

KLEO (Kirton in Lindsey Entertainment Organisation)

Singing for Pleasure Summer Concert

The Singing for Pleasure Choir

7.30 pm

Town Hall, Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ

This popular Waddingham-based choir return with songs & music to welcome the warmer days. They will bring their usual wide-ranging repertoire and eclectic mix of music, songs and readings. Always a good night

Tickets: £7 including light refreshments (U16s FREE) from: Jenny Hudd 01673 818805; One Stop Shop, Market Place, Kirton in LIndsey; Mary Hollingsworth 01652 648435; or at the door.
All raffle proceeds in aid of Kirton L.I.V.E.S

Thursday 3rd May

Lunchtime Organ Recital

Charles Edmonson
Barbara Tune - violin

12 noon to 1.00 pm

Bailgate Methodist Church

Admission free with retiring collection

Thursdays 3rd to 31 May

New Tricks - Grantham

Strings & Things

10.30 am

Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

Adult Music Workshops.
Join an acoustic ensemble playing songs from across a range of genres and meeting for the joy of playing.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

New Tricks - Gainsborough

Instrumental Group   

4.30 pm

Affordable Foods, Gainsborough

Adult Music Workshops.
Want to play an instrument, learn new skills and meet new friends? No matter your instrument or ability, come along!

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Friday 4th May

Lunchtime Recital 

Tonya Clement

1.10 to 2.00 pm

Chapter House, Lincoln Cathedral

A concert in the Chapter House. Tonya Clement is a Russian born pianist based in the Highlands of Scotland. She is currently completing her postgraduate studies in Piano Performance at the University of Leeds whilst also studying on the advanced continuing education course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.  

This is a free event included within the normal Cathedral entry charge

Louth Male Voice Choir
with Octangle

7.30 pm

St Wilfrid's Church, Alford

From serious to frivolous but always entertaining and including our Octet, 'Octangle'

Tickets available on the door

Friday 4th to Sunday 13th May

Sleaford Live

Sleaford Live Festival

Sleaford's annual festival of live music and the arts. Sleaford's answer to Glastonbury, but not quite as big!
Each year Sleaford and the surrounding villages take part in a week-long festival showcasing everything from music to dance and drama. There is something for everybody and, only recently added, workshops allow audiences to learn something new. The best way to experience Sleaford Live Festival is to get involved and visit as many events as possible.
This year has over 50 events to get involved in, across Sleaford and the surrounding area.

For more information visit sleafordlive.wordpress.com or Facebook

Fridays 4th to 25th May

New Tricks - Lincoln

Rhythm and Blues   

10.00 pm

Lincoln Library

Adult Music Workshops.
Performing tunes from the 1960s to today, bring along your instrument (or voice) to be part of this friendly band meeting for the joy of playing.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Woodhall Spa Sing It Loud

Singing Group

10.00 am

Woodhall Spa Methodist Church

Adult Music Workshops.
Explore singing, learn new skills and meet new friends as part of this brand new Older Adults group.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

New Tricks - Long Sutton

Adult Music Workshops   

10.30 am

Long Sutton Library

Want to play an instrument, learn new skills and meet new friends? No matter your instrument or ability, come along!

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Friar's Folly

Rhythm and Blues   

2.00 pm

Blackfriars Theatre, Boston

Adult Music Workshops.
Performing tunes from the 1960s to today, bring along your instrument (or voice) to be part of this new band.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Saturday 5th May - Saturday 12th May

Jazzpac

Lincolnshire Jazz Week

Nigel Price Organ Trio with Alex Garnet - The Blue Room, Lincoln on Sat 5th May, 8pm
Lincoln Cathedral Eucharist with the Andy Aitchison Quartet - Lincoln Cathedral on Sun 6th May, 10.30am
Andy Aitchison Quartet - Alford Corn Exchange on Sun 6th May, 8pm
Dennis Rollins with The Rick Woolgar Trio - The Masons Arms Hotel, Louth on Mon 7th May, 7.30pm
Dennis Rollins 'Funky Funk' - The Blue Room, Lincoln on Tues 8th May, 8pm
Heads South - South Holland Centre, Spalding on Wed 9th May, 8pm
Me and Mr Jones - The Cafe Portico, Lincoln on Wed 9th May, 8pm
Seven Pieces of Silver - The Blue Room, Lincoln on Thurs 10th May, 8pm
Round Midnight with members of the Ellington Orchestra - Bar 67, Lincoln on Fri 11th May, 9.30pm
'Embraceable Ella' Joanna Eden & The Chris Ingham Quartet - Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall on Fri 11th May, 7.30pm
The Ben Martin Quartet - Stamford Arts Centre on Sat 12th May, 8pm
Tenors In Our Time - Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre on Sat 12th May, 8pm
Duke Ellington's Sacred Music, Lincoln Cathedral Nave on Sat 12th May, 8pm

Featuring top musicians throughout the county, Lincolnshire Jazz Week brings a jam packed seven day celebration of jass to the region!
As part of the project, there is a jazz performance summer school for 11-19 year olds led by professional jazz musicians hosted in Lincoln during school summer holidays. 

All venue tickets available on the door subject to availability. For full details and ticket prices go to www.jazzpac.co.uk

Saturday 5th May

soundLINCS

Grantham Orchestral Workshop

Conductor - Mary Michell

10.00am

Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

The Grantham Orchestral Workshops (GOW) meet on one Saturday each month at The Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham. All you need is your instrument and a music stand to join a friendly group of enthusiastic amateur musicians. They meet together regularly to capture the joy of playing together, but where the emphasis is very much on fun.

The sessions run from 9.30-12.30pm and cost £7.00 each.

Rescheduled from 3rd March, which was cancelled due to weather

Workshop

Grantham Choral Society

10.00 am

ChristChurch, Finkin Street, Grantham NG31 6QZ

Run by Jeremy Jackman (ex-Kings Singer) and Philip Robinson, the workshop will work on Mozart’s Requiem and cover an introduction to For an Unknown Soldier by Jonathan Dove.

Cost of the workshop is £15, a limited number of vocal scores will be available on the day. 
An optional lunch-time buffet will be offered for £5.

Organ Recital

 James O'Donnell - Westminster Abbey

7.00 pm

Lincoln Cathedral

Tickets available from the Cathedral gift shop or www.lincolncathedral.com

Happy in Harmony

Humber Belles Ladies Harmony Chorus
Grimsby Orpheus Male Voice Choir

7.30 pm

St Peter's Church, Humberston

Tickets £5.00 available from Cleethorpes Tourist Information Office, Cleethorpes Library, Alexandra Road
or Email sing4parts@outlook.com
Tel: 01472 695836 or pay on the door.
All proceeds to NEL Womens Aid

Fauré Requiem

Horncastle Choral Society

7.30 pm

St Mary`s Church, Horncastle

Fauré`s Requiem and a number of folk songs including Matyas Seiber`s 3 Hungarian Folk Songs, The Turtle Dove arranged by Vaughan Williams, The Mermaid by John Whitworth & several others

Tickets £7 including wine /soft drink obtainable on the door or phone 01526 353186

Mondays 7th t0 28th May

New Tricks - Louth

Singing Group

10.00 am

Louth Riverhead Theatre

Adult Music Workshops.
Explore singing, learn new skills and meet new friends as part of this brand new Older Adults group.

Taster sessions are free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

New Tricks - Spalding

Acoustic Ensemble

10.30 am

South Holland Centre, Spalding

Adult Music Workshops.
Join an acoustic ensemble playing songs from across a range of genres and meeting for the joy of playing.

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

New Tricks - Mablethorpe

Instrumental Group 

2.00 pm

Mablethorpe Library and Coastal Centre

Adult Music Workshops.
Want to play an instrument, learn new skills and meet new friends? No matter your instrument or ability, come along and experience what we have to offer!

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

New Tricks - North Hykeham

Old School Killing Machine

6.00 pm

Terry O’Toole Theatre, North Hykeham

Adult Music Workshops.
Performing tunes from the 1960s to today, bring along your instrument (or voice) to be part of this friendly band

Your first session is free to attend.
Contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or info@soundlincs.org

Wednesday 9th May

Allegro Appassionato

Lunchtime Concerts

Molly Amour - love songs and jazz classics

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library

Molly sings love songs and jazz standards beautifully.  She will be providing her own ukulele accompaniment.  If you cannot wait for her performance, tune into her Facebook site to see and hear her performing alone and with the Lincoln Hot Club.  She always receives a warm reception from the Allegro audience.

Thursday 10th May

VII

University of Liincoln

7.30 pm to 8.30 pm

St Mary le Wigford

VII is a unique multidisciplinary event devised and performed by level 2 music students in collaboration with theatre and dance students at the University of Lincoln. The show explores the Seven Deadly Sins in the evocative surroundings of St Mary le Wigford.

Free entry on the day. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the show.

Friday 11th May

KLEO (Kirton in Lindsey Entertainment Organisation)

‘Embraceable Ella’

Joanna Eden & the Chris Ingham Trio

7.30 pm

Town Hall, Market Place, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ

As part of our continuing collaboration with Lincolnshire Jazz Week we are bringing an evening of music showcasing one of the all-time jazz ‘greats’ – Ella Fitzgerald

She has performed her jazz influenced original music all over the world and supported world-class artists including Jamie Cullum, the Buena Vista Social Club, Ronan Keating and the Blockheads

Joanna launched Embraceable Ella to much acclaim at the London Jazz Festival 2016 and will be touring this heart-warming collection of songs and anecdotes around jazz clubs and live music venues all over the UK and Europe with her world class band the Chris Ingham Trio

Sir Michael Parkinson instructed his Radio 2 listeners to ‘seek her out’ and jazz legend Courtney Pine champions her recordings on his BBC Radio 2 show, while Jamie Cullum describes her as ‘Brilliant!’  She has also performed live on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour

Tickets cost £12 available at ‘One Stop’ shop in the Market Place; by calling Sharron Harris 07752 246255 or you can purchase online at: https://kirtoninlindseytownhall.co.uk/events/joanna-eden-chris-ingham-trio-embraceable-ella/

 

Saturday 12th May

Spring Concert 

Louth Chamber Choir
Lincolnshire Chamber Players
Leader: -  Brian Hardy
Soloists from within the choir
guest singer Martin Priestley - bass
Conductor: -   Frederic Goodwin

7.30 pm

St James’s Church, Louth
Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs
J S Bach Cantata No. 4 - Christ lag in Todesbanden
O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht
Frederic Goodwin Three Tennyson Songs
Edward Bairstow Save us, O Lord
Joseph Rheinberger Abendlied
Mendelssohn Am Himmelfahrtstage
Tallis, Mundy & Weelkes Anthems
Gustav Holst Brook Green Suite
Vaughan Williams Prelude on Rhosymedre
John Ireland Elegy & Minuet (Downland Suite)

Admission by programme, £10 at the door.  No concessions but accompanied children free.

LINDUM LADIES’ CHOIR

Music Director - Nick Perry
Accompanist - Anne Osborne

7.30 pm

United Reformed Church, St. Andrew’s, Lincoln

Varied programme to suit all tastes

Tickets £5 including refreshments

Duke Ellington Concert

Lincoln Cathedral Choir in collaboration with the Birmingham Conservatoire Big Band

7.30 pm

Lincoln Cathedral

An evening concert. as part of Lincolnshire Jazz week.

www.lincolncathedral.com

Tennessee Stud

7.30 pm

Blackfriars Theatre, Boston

Tennessee Stud was a very well known band in the 70s. The band, based in Grantham, was popular at many country clubs, village halls and theatres. Reformed after many years off the circuit the band sounds as good as ever.

Tickets, £10

Wednesday 16th May

Allegro Appassionato

Lunchtime Concerts

John Prior - flute
Phil Hotham -
accompaniest

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library

A welcome long-awaited return to Allegro for John, who has been a prominent member of the educational and musical community in Lincolnshire for over 40 years as teacher flautist and chorister. He will be accompanied by Phil Hotham who has had a distinguished career in schools and a continuing commitment to church music as conductor and organist

Friday 18th May

Lunchtime Recital 

The William Jewell Choir of Missouri USA

1.10 to 2.00 pm

 Lincoln Cathedral


This is a free event included within the normal Cathedral entry charge

Louth Male Voice Choir
with Octangle

7.30 pm

St Helen's Church, Mareham-le-Fen

From serious to frivolous but always entertaining and including our Octet, 'Octangle'

Tickets available on the door

Spring Concert
(in conjunction with Open Churches Flower Festival)

Foss Ladies Choir

7.30 pm

St Botolph’s Church, Church Lane, Saxilby

2018 marks 100 years since women were allowed to vote; the creation of the RAF; and the end of World War 1.  We celebrate these events in music and prose during the first half of our concert.

In the second half we celebrate the arrival of Spring and take a comic look at the impending Royal Wedding

Free entry with retiring collection and  refreshments

Saturday 19th May

Come & Sing! Vivaldi and Parry

10am-5pm

Lincoln Cathedral

All ages and abilities are welcome for what will be a fun day of singing under the baton of Lincoln Cathedral’s very own Director of Music, Aric Prentice

Contact Hilary Punnett on assistantorganist@lincolncathedral.com or 01522 504398 for more details or to register.

Grimsby and Cleethorpes

 

Orpheus Male Voice Choir

12.00 noon and 3.00 pm

Nostell Priory Stately Home

Two performances, one outdoors and one in the Main Hall.

Organ Recital

Jeffrey Makinson, - Assistant Director of Music at the Cathedral

7.00 pm

Lincoln Cathedral

Tickets available from the Cathedral gift shop or www.lincolncathedral.com

Scunthorpe Male Voice Choir

7.00 pm

Selby Methodist Church
soundLINCS

Nettleham Orchestral Workshop

Conductor - Mary Michell

9.30am

Nettleham Junior School, Mill Hill, Nettleham

All you need is your instrument and a music stand to join a friendly group of enthusiastic amateur musicians. They meet together regularly to capture the joy of playing together, but where the emphasis is very much on fun.

The sessions run from 9.30-12.30pm and cost £7.00 each. The conductor is Mary Michell.

Lest We Forget

North Hykeham & District Choral Society
Nick Perry - musical director
Simon Clarke - accompanist

7.30pm

Terry O'Toole Theatre, Moor Lane, Lincoln LN6 9AX

Centenary Celebrations for the Ending of WW1. A medley of songs and readings from the period in order to honour those who fell in the Great War

Tickets £8 adults child under 16 £5 from the theatre box office 01522 883311

30th Anniversary Concert

Market Rasen and District Choral Society
Conductor - Emma Radwell
Soprano  -  Clare Wheat
Baritone  -  Andrew Heighton
Organ  -  Malcolm Pentelow
Piano  -  Jonathan Nowell
Harp  -  Thea Butterworth

7.30pm

Market Rasen Methodist Church
(please note that we made an error in our original posting; this event is not in the De Aston Sports Centre)

Fauré Requiem
Howard Goodall Eternal Light: a Requiem

Tickets £10.00 available from The Gift Horse, Market Rasen, The Post Office, Caistor or Tel 01673 844750

Beethoven at the Movies

The Boston Orchestra
Conductor - Georgina Boaks
Leader - Andrew Hutton
Oboe - Kelvin Brewster
The Haven Singers
Conductor - Gill Walsh
Accompanist - Margaret Lee

7.30 pm

Haven High Academy, Marian Road, Boston, PE21 9HB

A concert of classical music used in films

Programme includes music from Fantasia, Oliver, Fifty Shades of Grey andGabriel’s Oboe’ from ‘The Mission’

Tickets:  £8 (accompanied children under 15 free) from Jean Flynn 01205 352240

Concert au Printemps

Grimsby Symphony Orchestra
Martin Priestley - leader
Susan Grant  - director

7.30 pm

Central Hall, Duncombe Street, Grimsby

With its French title, the Grimsby Symphony Orchestra is emphasising just one aspect of its next concert under the direction of Susan Grant and led by Martin Priestley. The French pieces are by Fauré and Saint-Saëns, but the orchestra could have equally chosen a Russian theme as works by Glinka and Prokofiev will also be included.

In this eclectic programme, the other emphasis is the harp with  soloist Eleanor Turner whose passionate performances have brought her worldwide acclaim in diverse cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin and Shanghai. She is Head of Harp at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and tours with her harp ensemble “4 Girls 4 Harps”.

Eleanor has been hugely inspired by the American superstar jazz harpist, composer and conductor Deborah Henson-Conant, with whom she has performed in New Orleans, Sydney and Hong Kong. “Baroque Flamenco” for amplified harp and orchestra by Henson-Conant will be included in the Grimsby concert.

Deborah Henson-Conant (born 1953) is an American harpist and composer, nicknamed "the Hip Harpist", and is known for her flamboyant stage presence and her innovation with electric harps. Deborah Henson-Conant says her music is "jazz-pop-comedy-folk-blues-flamenco-celtic". Her main objective is to re-evaluate misconceptions about the harp.

Tickets for the concert are now available from the Central Hall box office on 01472 355025:
Front Circle £12, Back Circle £10, (half price for age 16 and under).

Sunday 20th May

Charity Concert

East Midlands Recorder Orchestra

4.00 pm

St Giles Community Hall, Main Road, Balderton NG24 3LN
Holst Brook Green Suite
Paul Richards The Imps of Lincoln
Glen Shannon Mountain Mosaic
Chaconne Buxtehude
Vaughan Williams Folk Songs from Somerset
David Cranmer Fantasia su 'Scampagnata dell'orso Teddi'


This is the inaugural concert of an orchestra formed in 2016.  Experienced players from Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and beyond play all sizes of recorder in a wide range of musical styles.  Not just the familiar descant, but all sizes from the smaller sopranino to the sonorous contra-bass.

The concert is in tribute to Paul Richards, friend and fellow recorder enthusiast, the late husband of the orchestra’s founder and musical director Sheila Richards.  It will include his composition ‘The Imps of Lincoln’, commissioned for the national Society of Recorder Players annual Festival, which was held in Lincoln in 2016.  The rest of the programme will range from Buxtehude to Vaughan Williams, and include ‘Scampagnata dell’orso Teddi’ by David Cranmer (something of a surprise item if your Italian isn’t too fluent).

There will be a retiring collection to raise money for Beaumond House Community Hospice in memory of the composer, Paul Richards. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sheilarichardsmusic

 

Wednesfday 23rd May

Allegro Appassionato

Lunchtime Concerts

Bellapple Boys - folk and blues singers and instrumentalists

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library

Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dick and fiddle and guitar-playing singer and entertaining story-teller Paul will be performing a number of Dick’s songs as well as the odd traditional ditty. When not performing together Dick often appears as blues singer/musician Soft Shoe Sam and Paul plays fiddle with the Little Band.

Thursday 24th May

Royal Air Force Centenary Concert

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

Lincoln Cathedral

As part of the official RAF100 series of events around the country celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force, this special concert will feature The Band of the Royal Air Force College in a stunning programme of music to commemorate the past, celebrate the present and inspire the future Royal Air Force.

Tickets available from the Cathedral gift shop or www.lincolncathedral.com

Saturday 26th May

Louth Male Voice Choir with Octangle

2.00 pm

 

Scarborough Library

From serious to frivolous but always entertaining and including our Octet, 'Octangle'

Tickets available on the door

 

Magnard Ensemble

Suzannah Clements - flute
Mana Shibata - oboe
Joseph Shiner - clarinet
Jonathan Farey - French horn
Catriona McDermid - bassoon

6.30pm

Langton Church, Langton by Spilsby, PE23 4PU
Olivier Messaien Prologue - Appel Interstellaire for solo horn
J.S. Bach ..arr. Shiner Präludium und Fuge B-Moll BWV 867
Anon Caprices for solo bassoon
Igor Stravinsky Three Pieces for solo clarinet
W.A. Mozart.. arr. Rechtmann Serenade in C minor K388
Martin Butler Down-hollow winds
Claude Debussy Syrinx for solo flute
Benjamin Britten Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for solo oboe - Pan, Niobe, Arethusa
Paul Patterson Westerly Winds

Followed by canapés and drinks in the candle lit Georgian church

 Suggested donations (£15 in advance or £16.50 on the door) to "Langton with Sutterby PCC"
c/o Langton Cottage, Langton, Spilsby PE23 4PU

BACS payment available - please ask for details
01790 753649 / 01790 753561

webmaster@langton-by-spilsby.org.uk

www.langton-by-spilsby.org.uk/langton-concerts

 

Sunday 27th May

Music at Doddington

Melvyn Tan - pianist

5.30 pm

 Doddington Hall.

We’re thrilled to announce that Singaporean-born pianist Melvyn Tan will be joining us for a piano recital at Doddington.

Melvyn is one of the few artists who has succeeded performing on both the modern piano and the eighteenth century fortepiano. During his development as a pianist, Tan developed a passion for the fortepiano, which he has promoted throughout his career, and thereby changed other musicians’ perceptions of this instrument. He has now returned mainly to the pianoforte and performs a wide ranging repertoire from Bach to Messiaen.

Explore our romantic gardens and famous Iris display, have a glass of prosecco on the private terrace and then listen to wonderful classical music in the beauty of the Long Gallery.

Book tickets online: doddingtonhall.com or call 01522 694308

Price includes: Concert | Access to Hall & Gardens & Glass of prosecco on the private terrace:

£24  £12 for accompanied under 16s.   £26 premium reserved seats  £13 for under 16s, a reserved seat in the first 3 rows
Please note: The concert is on the second floor, please call 01522 812510 to discuss any access requirements.

To raise funds for the Doddington Hall Conservation Charity and Refilwe Community Project.

Wednesday 30th May

Allegro Appassionato

Lunchtime Concerts

AbigailJenkins - voice
MauriceDavies - piano

12.45 pm to 1.30 pm

ConocoPhillips Room, Louth Library

Yorkshire Young Musicians scholar and John Leggott College music student Abigail Jenkins presents a song recital focussing on the 2018 Leonard Bernstein centenary. .Abigail is another of the talented young musicians brought to us by Maurice Davies, who will play his new composition Powder BlueTang.

Grimsby Bach Choir

An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan

Grimsby Bach Choir

7.30pm

St Augustine's Church, Legsby Avenue, Grimsby DN32 0LA

A delightful mix of solo tunes you know so well specially arranged for choral performance.

Tickets £10, free wine and nibbles. Available from members of the choir or call 01472 870292. Or from the church. Tickets also available on the door

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