We’re very pleased to be inviting the Khorasan String Quartet back for a return visit to St Giles’ on Wednesday 21st June at 7.30pm.
Beethoven – String Quartet No.1 in F major, Op.18, No.1
Mendelssohn – String Quartet No. 4 in E minor, Op.44, No.2
The Khorasan Quartet was formed in October 2013 and is made up of students from Trinity Laban Conservatoire. The members of the quartet are Amelia Dew (1st Violin), Anastasia Stahlmann (2nd Violin), Alexis Hutchinson (Viola) and Shabnam Gould (Cello). During their time studying they have received coaching from The Wihan Quartet, The Piatti Quartet and The Carducci Quartet. They have a wide range of repertoire ranging from Haydn to Shostakovich and including many popular pieces for weddings. Their future plans as a quartet include several performances of Handel’s Messiah throughout August.
The concert will last around an hour and wine is available. Tickets are £3 at the door.
Join us for choral evensong at St Giles’ on Sunday 18th June at 4.30pm. Music will be sung by St Giles’ Choir – and friends!
If you or anyone you know has sung in a choir before and would like to help us sing please let us know. Registration will be at 12pm and rehearsal starts at 12.30pm with breaks and refreshments. Music will be sent to you in advance
If you’re able to help us, please fill in this form (Google Forms link) https://goo.gl/dPwTz9
General Elections can be stressful.
So – why not pop in to St Giles’ before or after casting your vote and listen to some soothing organ music? Come and go as you please. It’s free, wine will be available and you’re more than welcome to have a wander around St Giles’ as the music is being played.
You could use the time as an opportunity to make that fateful final voting decision. Or contemplate how you may have just voted for the wrong candidate. The choice is yours – but enjoy the music all the same.
A non-stop programme of easy listening classics played by St Giles’ organist Ashley Valentine will feature music by Boellman, Brahms, Dvorak, Elgar, Guilmant, Jongen, Mendelssohn, Parry, Pierné, Vierne and Whitlock.
Performances take place at 12.30pm and 7.30pm on the day. This event is being held in association with the Friends of St Giles’ Charity. All very welcome.
We’re really pleased to be opening our garden to the public as part of Camberwell Society’s ‘Open Garden’ day. As part of that… you’re very welcome to stop by for a glass of wine and listen to some piano music!
Although it’s weather dependent, it’s free and you’ll be able to listen to a wide variety of piano music played by people of all ages and abilities.
The garden opens at 2pm. All welcome.