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Lisa Kwei Band’s Annual Shindig in aid of Parkinson’s UK

Saturday 28 September 8pm
Join Lisa and her band return for their annual shindig! Featuring music influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Joni Mitchell and Alanis Morissette....

Maria Levandovskaya (piano)

Sunday 29 September 3pm 
Maria Levandovskaya is a Russian-born pianist and accompanist. Her programme includes works by Messiaen, Chopin and Debussy..

Alison Rhind and Friends: Bartholomew LaFollette (cello); Alison Rhind (piano)

Wednesday 2 October 8pm
Bartholomew has a rich and varied career as an international soloist and chamber musician.... Programme includes works by Kabalevsky, Debussy and Prokofiev

Nigel Price Quartet

Saturday 5 October 8pm
The Nigel Price Quartet showcases the work of the legendary American jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery in a brand new project.

Dave Stradwick’s Sussex Jazz Kings

Sunday 6 October

Formed only a few of years ago, The Sussex Jazz Kings have a well- deserved reputation in the jazz world....

Lunchtime Concert - Richard Uttley (piano)

Wednesday 9 October 1pm (lunch served at 12 noon)
£12 / Lunch £8.50 (must be pre-booked)

Richard is highly regarded as a soloist and chamber musician. Today's programme includes works by Rameau, Pesson and Brahms..

Concert and Cake

Friday 11 October - 2pm
Booking is essential – limited seating available. Donations welcome.

We invite you to come together to combat isolation during an afternoon tea concert, courtesy of professional live musicians from the charity Music in Hospitals & Care.

Odette Adams

Friday 11 October - 8pm
Odette’s songs are fresh, uplifting and ‘sun-kissed’, to quote Clive Davis – The Sunday Times!
Odette Adams - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Kartik Raghunathan - Indian Classical Violin, Vocals
Kaan Celik Metin - Fretless Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Greg Hagger - Double Bass, Electric Bass
Eric Ford - Drums, Percussion

Walton Folk - Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar

Sunday 27 October 
£12.50 / £10.50 (concs) / children free

Two time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winners Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar combine Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar style with the latter’s All-Ireland Championship winning fiddle playing.

Sudenese Percussion workshop - Gamelan

Saturday 2 November - 10.30am - 12noon
Join Indonesian students from the Sudanese Performing Arts School SMK 10 Bandung for an exhilarating workshop exploring percussion styles.

Time Remembered – A Tribute to Bill Evans

Saturday 9 November 8pm
Nikki Iles (piano); Stan Sulzmann (saxes); Norma Winstone (voice) with an exploration of the work of the great Bill Evans.

Geoff Cole’s Red Hot Five

Sunday 10 November12.15pm
 This band specialises in mixing the familiar and the less hackneyed tunes and songs from the twenties and thirties with an all star personnel...

Lunchtime Concert - Ashley Solomon (flute); David Miller (theorbo)

Wednesday 13 November 1pm (lunch served at 12 noon)
Les Nations
 – a programme of baroque music for flute and theorbo by Bach, Kasberger, handel, and Locatelli..

Walton Folk - Gigspanner

Wednesday 13 November

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.

The Red Stripe Band

Friday 15 November 
£15 / £12 concs

Neil and his fellow Red Stripers are back, celebrating 25 years in the business!

Cabareilidh - Glimmer Theatre

November 16 - 8pm
Come along for a night of wild ceilidh dancing and cabaret acts inspired by surrey’s customs and traditions.

Alison Rhind and Friends: Elliot Gresty (clarinet); Alison Rhind (piano)

Friday 22 November 8pm
Programme includes works by Weber, Martinu, Bassi, Brahms and Finzi...

R C Sherriff Young Musician of The Year 2019 ‘Instrument & Voice’ (Through the bequest of Nigel Truefitt)

Voice: Saturday 23 November, 7pm  
Instrument: Sunday 24 November, 7pm

Following the success of the 2017 and 2018 competitions, the R C Sherriff Trust presents the 2019 Young Musician of the Year 2019. 

Walton Folk - Lady Maisery

Friday 29 November

With their unique approach to harmony singing, multi-instrumentalists and singers Hazel Askew, Hannah James and Rowan Rheingans harness and celebrate their united voice.

Woody Guthrie and ‘Old Man Trump’ performed by Will Kaufman

Saturday 30 November
£14 / £12 concs

Will Kaufman returns to Riverhouse, bringing to life all the anger and contempt that Guthrie felt for those in power who will deny justice to their fellow human beings.

Christine and the Stackyard Stompers

Sunday 1 December, 12.15pm

Playing an exciting repertoire of 1920s classic jazz, led by Christine on trombone and vocals, the Stompers pay tribute to the jazz greats.

Walton Folk - Lucy Ward: Winter Solstice

8 December 
£12.50 (£10.50 concs, children free)

This winter, join BBC award winning singer songwriter Lucy Ward for an afternoon of solstice magic, woven from festive song and traditions ages old and sprinkled with her own stunning back catalogue of spellbinding original material........

Lunchtime Concert - 4 Girls 4 Harps: Christmas Special

Wednesday 11 December 1pm (lunch served 12 noon)
Concert £12 / Lunch £8.50 (must be prebooked)

Back by popular request the celestial sound of the 4 harps played by Harriet Adie, Ruby Aspinall, Elizabeth Bass and Keziah Thomas in a seasonal programme of music, old and new.


Friday 13 December
FREE [Retiring collection] 
NB: Please book a ticket to secure a seat
Celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, the Maiastra musicians will be  performing all of his 16 string quartets in the order in which they were published.

For further info: www.maiastra.org

Lunchtime Concert - Angela Hicks (soprano) Toby Carr (lute and theorbo)

Wednesday 8 January 1pm 
Songs from the 16th and 17th century by Monteverdi, Campion, Dowland and Purcell.

Walton Folk - Maz O’Connor

Sunday 23 Febuary doors open at noon for 12.15pm 

Maz's exceptional voice provides the perfect vehicle for her powerful songs and new album ‘Chosen Daughter’ - a collection of darker, story songs - a bigger, more concentrated feminist statement. It is not protest music, but a very personal album which explores, and celebrates, the feminine.

Belinda O'Hooley

Sunday 29 March, 12.15pm