Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Love Music! An evening in aid of St Michael’s three charities


>

Venue

St Michael and All Angels Church
Bath Road
London, W4 1TT

Details

Date:
November 17
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

After the terrific Love Music! concerts of the past two years, please join us again in St Michael and All Angels Church for an evening of great classical and popular music, in aid of the three St Michael’s charities in 2017:
Msaada,
The Amber Trust, and
The Upper Room.

There will be something for everyone, performed by professional and amateur local musicians. Scroll down to see performers and programme extracts below. There’ll be a guest appearance by the renowned pianist Derek Paravicini, who is a patron of The Amber Trust. You can hear his story and watch him perform here: In the Key of Genius: Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford at TEDxWarwick 

Tickets are just £10, available from 020 8587 1346, or you can BOOK NOW! online. Tickets will also be on sale at the door.
Bar open from 6.45pm.  Interval – 30 minutes: Drinks available at the bar.

Our thanks to Alistair Bown and his team at Bown Design & Build for once again organising the Love Music concert in aid of Msaada – a charity they have strong links with – and our two other charities, The Upper Room and The Amber Trust. See below:

 

Programme includes:

Hudson and Brooks – Guitar and vocals
‘Miracle Aligner’ by Alex Turner

Graham Currie and Alistair Bown – Tenor and flugel horn
‘Love changes everything’by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Charles Hart and Don Black. Accompanist: Hugh Proctor

Daphne Moody – Violin
‘Ladies in Lavender’ by Nigel Hess. Accompanist: Kate Bown

Fiona Dunn – Vocals and baritone ukelele
‘Don’t forget about me’ by Nanci Griffith
‘This town’ Original composition by Fiona Dunn

Bryony Moody – Cellist
‘Londonderry Air’ Traditional. Accompanist: Kate Bown

Graham Currie
‘Love is a many splendored thing’ by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster. Accompanist: Hugh Proctor

Derek Paravicini – Piano
Selection of music including audience requests

Alistair Bown – Trumpet
‘Tico Tico’ by Zequinha de Abreu. Accompanist: Kate Bown

Daphne Moody, Bryony Moody – Violin and Cello
‘Hallelujah’ by Leonard Cohen. Accompanist: Kate Bown