Every Summer, this beautiful and historic church offers a platform for emerging artists and seasoned professionals to offer exciting and eclectic concerts in the historic and atmospheric setting of St. Anne’s.
Before and after the recitals, a delectable selection of teas, coffees, cakes
and scones are served in the parish hall. When you combine this feast with the idyllic location of Kew Green, neighbouring the world-famous Kew Gardens, it forms the perfect Sunday afternoon excursion.
All concerts begin at 3:30 pm and are FREE OF CHARGE. There is a retiring collection, which goes towards maintaining and developing the strong music tradition of the church.
If you would like to learn more about the musical life at St. Anne’s or be included on the e-mailing list, please contact the Director of Music at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Bach Organ Works Series – No. 2”
Anthony Fort, Musician in Residence at Bedford School, continues the series exploring the astonishing breadth and depth of Bach’s organ works.
“Voice and Piano Recital”
Alex Otterburn, post-graduate student at the Royal Academy of Music, offers a wide-ranging vocal programme including German Lied and English Song favourites.
Virtuosos Joseph Tong presents a colourful and evocative programme featuring Debussy’s Estampes; alive with the dance rhythms of Spain and mesmerising gamelan bell effects of ‘Pagodes’; the delicate precision of Sibelius’s Suite ‘The Trees’; ending with the youthful exuberance and virtuosity of Schubert’s memorable ‘Wanderer Fanstasy’.
“Most beautiful works for violin…”
Well-known at St. Anne’s, Anete Graudina is joined by Chad Kelly, Director of Music, to showcase violin works by Mozart, Kreisler and more.
25th August (Bank Holiday Sunday)
“18th – Century Violin Virtuosos”
Violinists from Ars Eloquentiae, Julia Kuhn and Sephen Pedder, present solo and duo repertoire from some of the 18th Century’s most famour violin virtuosos, including works by Biber and Geminiani
26th August (Bank Holiday Monday)
“Bach Organ Works Series – No. 3”
For the final recital in the series, St. Anne’s welcomes Ben Comeau, the senior organ scholar at Girton College, Cambridge.
“Great Piano Works”
Shin Suzuma returns to St. Anne’s, following a breathtaking recital last summer. The keyboard virtuoso presents epic piano works, including Rachmaninov’s first piano sonata.
Recently formed by flautist Lindsey Ellis and pianist Anne-Laure Lasseaux, this exciting and innovative duo aim to explore the flute and piano repertoire, giving their audiences a captivating and uplifting experience.
“The Oboe Explored”
Three composers; three centuries; three oboes. Ars Eloquentiae’s founding members offer a rare opportunity to explore the instrument dubbed as the “soul” by Bach and the “heart” by Schumann. The programme includes works by Bach, Schumann and Poulenc.
“An afternoon at the opera”
Porcupine Productions presents operatic scenes from well-loved works by Donizetti, Mozart, Puccini and Rossini.
“Old Wine, in New Bottles”
A selection of vintage Bach chamber works recycled and reworked by Rêveries Musicales. Together, Rêveries Musicales explore repertoire ranging in style from Purcell and the Baroque through to Schumann and the High Romantic. Since their foundation in 2010, they have been invited to perform in various prestigious venues and festivals throughout the UK, including St. Martins-in-the-fields and the London Handel Festival.