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Molesing presents An Evening of Music

Saturday 24 February 8pm
An eclectic musical evening of show tunes, movie anthems contemporary classics with special guest Mike Sterling
 

Brunch Barnstormers - Oka Vanga

Oka Vanga 

Oka Vanga are Angela Meyer and William Cox, an award winning UK Folk and Roots duo. Whether singing, playing guitar, ukulele or mandolin, this husband and wife duo have a strong set of original songs and well known tunes “guaranteed to win the hearts and minds of any audience.” (FATEA)

Sunday 25 February 12 noon - Doors open at noon, gig starts at 12.15pm
£12.50 (£10.50) children free

Suzuki Piano Recital

Suzuki Piano Recital 

Come and enjoy an afternoon of music given by children aged between four and fifteen who all learn to play the piano by the Suzuki Method. Book via carol.abson@ ntlworld.com or tel 01932 245159

Saturday 3 March 3pm
£10 (£5 U15)

Janet Shell presents Singing Through my Ancestry

Sunday 4 March 3pm
Singing through My Ancestry. Janet will give a presentation with PowerPoint and song, about some remarkable finds in her ancestry.

The Panama Cafe Orchestra

The Panama Cafe Orchestra 

The Panama Cafe Orchestra bring you nostalgia, wit and authentic vintage jazz and dance music from the 1920’s and ’30’s. They are greatly influenced by the bands of King Oliver, Duke Ellington, The Goofus Five, McKinney’s Cotton Pickers, the Savoy Orpheans and, of course, Bix and the Gang.

Sunday 11 March 12.15pm
£8.50

Lunchtime Concert - Bela Hartmann (piano)

Weds 14 March - 1pm (lunch 12 noon)
Bela Hartmann (piano)

Brunch Barnstormers - Jackie Oates

Jackie Oates 

Jackie Oates is synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk. Her tantalising approach to traditional songs gained have several BBC Folk Awards.

Sunday 18 March - Doors open at noon, gig starts at 12.15pm
£12.50 (£10.50) children free

Hampton School Chamber Music Concert

Tuesday 20 March 7.30pm

An evening of chamber music and solos from pupils at Hampton school. Programme will include Dvorak Piano Quintet op.81 and guitar, brass and other ensembles. There will be a retiring collection.


 

Tom Millar Quartet

Tom Millar Quartet 
The quartet plays Tom’s original music, inspired by places and people that are important to him. Alex Munk’s soaring guitar sound complements Tom’s piano playing perfectly and both are able to stretch out over the rhythm section’s emphatic grooves. 

Friday 23 March 8pm
£15 (£6 students)
Pre - show meal £12

Alina Ibragimova (violin)

Wednesday 4 April
Ibragimova is one of the outstanding violinists of her generation and we are excited that she will be performing a programme of Brahms Violin Sonatas. 

Lunchtime Concert: Clare Hammond

Wednesday 18 April, 1pm (12 noon)

Clare returns to Riverhouse with a new programme tbc

Zoe Rahman Trio

Friday 20 April - 8pm
Vibrant, and highly individual pianist/composer, Zoe’s super attractive music is deep rooted in jazz, but also reflects her classical training and her British/Bengali heritage.

Odette Adams

Saturday April 28 - 8pm
Odette’s songs are fresh, uplifting and ‘sun-kissed’, to quote Clive Davis – The Sunday Times!

Walton Folk Festival

Our first ever all-day folk festival!  Afternoon session: Suntrap, Jack Cookson, Kitty Mcfarlane and The Outside Track.  Evening Session: Kim Lowings and The Greenwood, The Urban Folk Quartet.  
Sunday 6 May from 12 noon until 11pm

Lunchtime Concert - Emily Turkanik (violin)

Weds 9 May - 1pm (lunch 12 noon)
programme to be announced

Melissa James


Friday 11 May - workshop at 6pm, gig 8pm 
"James takes all of her musical loves - jazz, blues, soul, folk - and wraps them up into songs that achieve an astonishing array of moods and emotions." Jazzwise
Participants in the workshop are invited to sing with Melissa during the performance.

Tea and Memories - Community Concert

Wednesday 23 May, 2.30pm
Open door concert for community groups and carers to join family, friends and members of the general public for an afternoon of live music and a trip down memory lane.

'King for a Day' - the Nat King Cole Story

Friday 25 May - 8pm 
‘King for a Day’ – The Nat King Cole Story

Featuring  Atila supported by Gabriel Latchin (piano) and Tom Farmer (bass)

‘King for a Day’ is a brand new concert from acclaimed jazz vocalist Atila, celebrating the
music and legacy of one of the defining voices of the 20th century: Nat King Cole.
 

Lunchtime Concert - Barbican Piano Trio

Wednesday 13 June 12pm lunch  1pm concert
The Barbican Trio is regarded as one of the UK's leading ensembles. Programme to be announced.

Sylvie Lewis

Saturday 30 June, 8pm
£12.50 (£10.50)

It's impossible to pigeonhole Sylvie Lewis with her charismatic blend of chanson, folk and jazz, supporting tender, sometimes sensual, and nearly always witty lyrics.