Autumn Evening Charity Concert Season

There is a short season of evening concerts at St John’s in autumn 2014. Tickets for each concert are £10 in advance from the Visitor Information Centre, or £12 on the door. There will be a complimentary glass of wine during the interval of each concert. For full details of the programmes either follow the links to facebook (and invite your friends!), or view/download the flyers. All three concerts will be supporting locally based charities. Anyone who has purchased a ticket may bring in one child up to the age of 15 free of charge to any of these concerts.

Sue Ryder Concert Flyer
Sue Ryder Concert Flyer

11th October at 7:30pm : Sue Ryder Charity Concert:
Harriet Stubbs, a pianist from New York, plays music by Lizst, Bach & Schumann. Tickets for this concert are also available from the Key Theatre.

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Sounds in the Wild flyer
Sounds in the Wild flyer

18th October at 5:30pm “Sounds in the Wild” early evening concert:
A colourful, dynamic and entertaining concert full of surprises and sounds from the wild performed by Ensemble WOW!

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Featuring classical and contemporary music enlivened with narration and vibrant animation… perfect for children, grown-ups and animals!
This concert will help to raise funds for The Green Backyard.
Works by Arlene Sierra, Arvo Pärt, Tansy Davies, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Freya Waley-Cohen, Jennifer Walshe, Sofia Gubaidulina, and more.
Ensemble WOW! is a new vibrant ensemble consisting of graduates from London’s top music colleges.

Music for an Autmn Evening flyer
Music for an Autmn Evening flyer

25th October at 7:30pm: Music for an Autumn Evening
Richard Allum, piano, and Charlotte Mc Auliffe, cello, play music by J C Bach and Prokofiev. This concert is also a charity fundraiser, this time on behalf of SHINE, a registered charity which helps families and individuals affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus.*

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Shine is a community of 75,000 individuals, families, friends, and professionals, sharing achievements, challenges and information on living with hydrocephalus, and/or spina bifida, and related issues.

* From 1966-2011 the charity functioned as the Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (ASBAH).
SHINE stands for (Spina bifida Hydrocephalus Information Networking Equality).
Shine is a community of 75,000 individuals, families, friends, and professionals, sharing achievements, challenges and information on living with hydrocephalus, and/or spina bifida, and related issues.

* From 1966-2011 the charity functioned as the Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (ASBAH).
SHINE stands for (Spina bifida Hydrocephalus Information Networking Equality).

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