Lunchtime concerts (every Tuesday)

Heath Street Arts present


Our weekly lunchtime concert series takes place every Tuesday. Entry is free and there is a retiring collection for the musicians, giving you the chance to support them both in listening and by giving what you can financially. You can also bring your lunch in to eat (nothing too crunchy, please!) and there is fresh tea/coffee available from 1pm. Concerts begin at 1:15 pm.

Held at Heath Street Baptist Church - see map and get directions.

People of all ages (including children) are welcome to enjoy the informal nature of the concert, and you can come and go as you wish.

There is step-free access at the church, and wheelchair users are welcome.

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10 March 2020 1:15 pm

Istante Collective

Programme to be confirmed.

17 March 2020 1:15 pm

Istante Collective

Beethoven Septet in Eb: Op.20.

Here we have one of Beethoven’s most iconic chamber works, first performed in 1800 and then published in 1802. It was hugely popular and had widespread success and published in different editions and arrangements. The violin part is especially virtuosic(the finale featuring a violin cadenza) and the clarinet was unusually featured at the time it was written, as was the scoring of single rather than double winds. This performance will be on historical instruments.

24 March 2020 1:15 pm Corran Quartet
  • Beethoven Op.18 No.5
  • Beethoven Op.59 No.1

After playing together in a variety of ensembles, and soon realising that their mutual passion was the string quartet repertoire, Ed, Kirsty and Molly (3 Scots) and Joana (a lone Portuguese!) decided to come together to form a new quartet, and so 'Corran' was born in early 2019.

31 March 2020 1:15 pm John Crockatt

Solo violin recital - Bach, Biber and Weiss.

Born and brought up in Norfolk John's interests extend into many areas of music. As a player he performs on both the violin and viola specialising in the music of the baroque and classical eras.

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