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Acoustic Triangle

Rescheduled to Friday 24 September - 7.30pm
Tim Garland (saxes, bass clarinet), Gwilym Simcock (piano), Malcolm Creese (double bass)

Simon Watterton - Beethoven Cycle (live and streamed)

‘Tempest’  
Sunday 3 October - 4pm
Tonight's second half contains some of Beethoven's most ravishing, satisfying music: from the warmth and profundity of the late E Major to the flowing darkness inherent in the 'Moonlight.'
(These concerts will be socially distanced according to government regulations at the time)

Life, Love, Heartache & Hope - A Musical and Poetic Adventure

Friday 8 & Saturday 9 October - 8pm
Composed and compiled by David Perkins and Caroline Dooley.
Poems from the Romantic period, combined with original music, take us on a biographical journey that spans a lifetime....
 

Dan Walsh - Walton Folk

Sunday 10 October - 12 noon
Describing what Dan does is no easy task, but at the heart of it, it is British, Irish and American folk music delivered with a healthy dose of funky grooves – all performed with his unique and dazzling take on clawhammer style banjo - helping to challenge all preconceptions about the instrument.
 

Lunchtime Concert - Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux (violin) and Alison Rhind (piano)

Wednesday 13 October - 1pm

A welcome return to two of Riverhouse’s favourite artists, in this concert supported by the Countess of Munster Trust, in a programme to include Brahm’s sonata No 1 in G major.

Evening Concert - Maiastra Piano Quartet

Saturday 16 October - 7.30pm
This evening concert is the second in a series of seven to be given by Maiastra at Riverhouse over the 2021-22 season. The programme will include works by Beethoven, Mahler, and Strauss.

Jazz & Beer - The Hot Club of Jupiter

Sunday 17 October - 12 noon
The Hot Club of Jupiter was formed to provide the music for the 2013 Renault Clio online ad campaign and continues to play as an ensemble, drawn together by a shared love of the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli.  

Chris Garrick and The Budapest Cafe Orchestra

Friday 22 October - 8pm
Led by jazz violin superstar Christian Garrick the Budapest Café Orchestra play folk and gypsy-flavoured music from across the Balkans and Russia, mournful Klezmer melodies, raucous Romanian Doinas and Hungarian Czada
 

Gigspanner - Walton Folk

Friday 5 November - 8pm
In the wake of his departure from Steeleye Span, multi award winning fiddle player Peter Knight has turned his full attention to his trio Gigspanner.

Lunchtime Concert - Ashley Solomon (baroque flute), Dai Miller (theorbo) and Reiko Ichise (viola da gamba)

Wednesday 10 November - 1pm
Three of the country’s leading early music musicians in a programme of music of French baroque music by among others Marais, Morel, De la Barre and Robert de Visee.

Way out West - The Age of Ellington (as part of EFG London Jazz Festival)

Sunday 14 November - 4pm & 7.30pm (indoors)
The Way Out West Collective presents: The Age of Ellington, two concerts featuring compositions by the Duke as well as those he influenced.
Way Out West has been putting on Jazz in West London for over 13 years and has become one of the cornerstones of the London jazz scene. 
The EFG London Jazz Festival is the capital's biggest pan-city music festival, taking place annually in November.

The Red Stripe Band

Friday 26 November - 8pm
Neil and his fellow Red Stripers are back, celebrating 25 years in the business!

Jazz & Beer - Graham Hughes and the Sunshine Kings

Sunday 28 November - 12 noon
Graham has been leading bands for over 20 years, appearing with them at leading festivals and clubs up and down the country in this time.  He is also in demand as a featured soloist and sideman in many bands, performing with Keith Nichols, The Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra, the Passadena Roof Orchestra, Enrico Tomasso, TJ Johnson and many others.  

Connections: Now & Then - Way out West

Saturday 4 December - 7.30pm
Way Out West has been putting on Jazz in West London for over 13 years and has become one of the cornerstones of the London jazz scene. 

 

Lunchtime Concert - Four Girls Four Harps

Wednesday 8 December - 1pm
This Christmas we trust they will be with us in full strength with a glorious programme of seasonal music.

Evening Concert - Maiastra String Quartet

Saturday 11 December - 7.30 p.m
A programme of string quartets led by Arisa Fujita which will include Beethoven's String Quartet in F major, Op. 59 No. 1

A Winter Union - Walton Folk

Sunday 12 December - 12.15pm
From five leading lights of the British Roots scene, expect soaring vocals and exquisite musicianship as the band delight with a repertoire of folk songs from across the yuletide traditions. Glorious wassails, fresh arrangements of traditional carols both well-loved and little-known, and original songs heralding the joys of the season.

Ninebarrow

Sunday 6 March 12.15 (doors open 11:45)
A multi-award-winning folk duo who are impressing audiences with their innovative take on the folk tradition. Described by Mike Harding as “sounding damn fine”