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St. Peter’s Church                  Ardingly   West Sussex

Live for Christ, advance the Gospel

 

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Our summer Music at St Peter’s concert:, on Friday 18th June 2010, featured Peter Davoren (tenor), who made a great impact as one of our soloists in last year’s performance of Haydn’s ‘Creation’, and Lucia Siwy Capilla (violin), with Libby Burgess on piano. The concert included violin music by Brahms and Massenet and songs by Handel, Wagner and Britten

 

This concert was in memory of Dr John Dale and proceeds will go to the Ardingly Old Jeshwang Association.

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September 24th 2010. Fiona Slominska, flute, Samuel Queen, baritone and Eliazabeth Burgess,  piano. A wide variety of music from Bach to Noel Coward. The funds raised went towards Tear Fund’s Pakistan Flood Appeal

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Here is a picture of the musicians who performed for us in February 2011. Once again we had an exciting line-up of young professional musicians. We enjoyed hearing the delightful Laura Kelly, mezzo-soprano, noted already for her Handel performances, and cellist, Matthew Lowe *, who played works by Beethoven and Schumann, both stylishly accompanied as usual by Libby.

Our 2011 Summer concert was on Saturday 25th June at 7.30pm. With Sara Lian Owen (soprano) and the Hampden Quartet (Alexandra Reid, Charlotte Reid, Ashley Stanfield, Tom Kelly) with Elizabeth Burgess piano. Admission free but retiring collection in support of St Peter and St James Hospice.

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Saturday 8th October 2011- 7.30 pm The first half of the concert offered something quite different, a selection of Handel arias, songs by Purcell and English settings of Shakespeare songs, sung by promising young counter-tenor Jeremy Kenyon, accompanied by Libby Burgess. For the second half, Libby was joined by oboist James Turnbull, making a welcome return to St Peter's, and violinist Clare Wheeler. As well as solo items, the three (who all studied together at Christ Church, Oxford) performed Bach's glorious double concerto for oboe and violin.
Retiring collection in aid of Carers Support and Crossroads Care West Sussex

 

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