Events for May 2022

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Thursday 5th May

Uphill Lincoln

Lunchtime Organ Recital 

 

Alana Brook - Lincoln
 

12 till 1 pm

Bailgate Methodist Church

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Saturday 7th May

Grantham Choral Society

Petite Messe Solennelle
Gioachino Rossini

Maddie Boreham - soprano   
Alexandria Moon – alto
Michael Bell - tenor
Jamie Woollard – bass 
David Humphreys - conductor
 

7:30 pm

St Wulfram’s Church, Grnatham

Soloists from The Royal College of Music

Tickets £15 (school age free) available from Guildhall Box Office,
A H Music Westgate, Society Members & on the door

Saturday 7th May

Jazzpac

Alan Barnes and David Newton Duo

 

7:30 pm

Terry O'Toole Theatre, North Hykeham

Alan Barnes and David Newton, both national jazz treasures, have been playing duets for 42 years, covering a vast repertoire from Louis Armstrong to Chick Corea. Unfailingly swinging and inventive playing by this partnership of virtuoso reed player Barnes and superb pianist Newton. These are two multi award-winning masters of jazz who flawlessly weave from blistering bebop to elegant melodies, drawing from their vast repertoire and experience from a host of jazz standards with perhaps the unexpected surprise

 The Terry O'Toole Theatre Tickets £10 – £12   01522 883311

Saturday 21st May

Grimsby Symphony Orchestra

Spring Concert

Grimsby Symphony Orchestra
Susan Grant - conductor
Clare O'Connel - leader
Nigel Willoughby - soloist 

3:30 pm

Grimsby Minster

Dvorak - Slavonic Dances
Bruch - Violin Concerto No1
Dvorak - Symphony No 8.

Tickets: Front Nave £12, Rear Nave £10, East & West Aisles £10.

Available from www.grimsbyminster.com or www.eventbrite.com & The Minster Cafe

Saturday 28th May

Langton Concerts

Marmen String Quartet

Johannes Marmen  - violin
Laia Valentin Braun - violin
Bryony Gibson-Cornish - viola
Sinéad O’Halloran - cello

 6:30 pm

Langton Church,Langton by Spilsby,PE23 4PU

Formed in 2013 at the Royal College of Music in London, the Marmen Quartet is fast building a reputation for the vitality and vigour of its performances. In 2019 it won the Grand Prize of the Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition as well as the First Prize of the Banff International String Quartet Competition, with the Haydn and Canadian commission prizes in addition. The Quartet made its Proms debut live on Radio 3 in 2021.

In keeping with the different nationalities of the Marmen's members, recent engagements have taken the Quartet to the Amsterdam and Barcelona String Quartet Biennales, the Hitzacker and Lockenhaus festivals and to Stockholm, Lisbon, Graz, Dallas, Berlin, Leiden, Frankfurt and Modena, in addition to many appearances in UK

Programme
Haydn - Quartet Opus 33 No 2 ("Joke")
Mozart - Quartet K428
Beethoven - Quartet Opus 131

Followed by refreshments and canapés in the church

Suggested donation: £23 in advance or £25 on the door