Lunchtime concerts (every Tuesday)

Heath Street Arts present

LUNCHTIME CONCERTS

Following the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, the lunchtime concerts are now taking place in the church again. All concerts will follow current Covid guidelines.


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. Concerts begin at 1 pm.

Held at Heath Street Baptist Church - see map and get directionsAlso live streamed on the Heath Street Arts YouTube channel.

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.

Contact John-Henry Baker on 07840 456593 or johnhenry@heathstreet.org.

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Schedule

2 November 2021 Rose Stachniewska and Ewan King
(from the Traherne Project)

The Return - Thomas Traherne

A celebration in poetry and song of the genius, depth and beauty of the rediscovered vision of Thomas Traherne.

9 November 2021 Alexander Metcalfe  
16 November 2021 No concert this week No concert this week.
23 November 2021 Laura MacDonald (cello) and
Kirsty Chaplin (piano)

Britten&Bridge

Bridge - Sonata for cello and piano
Britten - Sonata for cello and piano

30 November 2021

Davide Basso (tenor) and
Michael Pugh (piano)

Reynaldo Hahn's Venezia

Join tenor Davide Basso on a journey through the Venetian canals, followed by some of his most beloved arias, Italian romanze and German Lieder.

7 December 2021 Nicola Barbagli and Alex Rolton Programme to be announced.
14 December 2021 Emily India and Danny Murphy
(Soprano and lute)
Programme to be announced.
21 December 2021 Ensemble Moliere

Réunion des goûts

A programme that celebrates and explores the coming together of French and Italian musical styles as pioneered by François Couperin and developed by Georg Philipp Telemann.


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