The ever popular season of Sunday Afternoon Recitals at St. Anne’s, Kew, continues this summer. This season is the most ambitious yet, with a rich variety of first-class performers and performances.
All concerts begin at 3:30pm and last for 45 minutes. Teas will be served in the parish rooms before and after the recital. All recitals are given free of charge with a retiring collection.
Please see below listings for May. We look forward to seeing many of you there…
St. Anne’s welcomes back innovative opera company Shadwell Opera.
Conducted by Finnegan Downie Dear, and sung by internationally-renowned
tenor Samuel Furness, they present Janacek’s dark song cycle The Diary of
One Who Disappeared. (shadwellopera.co.uk)
O QUAM GLORIOSAM
Floreat, an a capella vocal consort based in Westminster directed by Gilly
French, take us on European renaissance tour through Spain, Italy and
OUT OF THE DEEP
Ars Eloquentiae, directed by Chad Kelly, performs one of Bach’s earliest
Cantatas “Aus der Tiefen” BWV 131
PIANO SERIES No. 1
Described in The Telegraph as “remarkable”, pianist Gamal Khamis returns
to St. Anne’s to give a recital centred around Brahms’ 6 Klavierstücke.
Also featured in this programme is Chopin’s great Ballade No. 4.