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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)
To open our Polish summer, we warmly welcome the return of a superb pianist who has specialised in the interpretation of Polish music by Panufnik, Szymanowski and Chopin.

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.


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

Dave Stradwick’s Sussex Jazz Kings

Sunday 29 April 12.15pm 
Formed only a few of years ago, The Sussex Jazz Kings have a well- deserved reputation in the jazz world....

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)
Lark Ascending (Vaughan Williams), Fantaisie Brilliante (Wieniawski), Violin Sonata in E minor (Elgar)
(part of the Polish Summer) 

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.

Elite Syncopation

Sunday 20 May 12.15pm
Led by David Jones,who also leads the Vo-de-o-do Orchestra, this is a traditional Dixieland jazz band that plays the classics from the great pioneers of ragtime and jazz - as well as hits from the ‘Trad’ era. 


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
An exciting premier of a new suite written by composer Joseph Phibbs as the centre piece of our Polish Summer.

Suite from Prince Unexpected  - Joseph Phibbs
Piano Trio no 3 - Schumann


Friday 15 June - 8pm
Voce47 Camilla Jeppeson (soprano) Mary Reid (harp)
A mutual love for French Mélodie and the works of Benjamin Britten led to the formation of voice and harp duo Voce47.

Family Concert - The Remarkable Tale of Prince Unexpected

Sunday 17 June - 4pm
The Remarkable Tale of Prince Unexpected (Part of Polish Open Day)
This concert is the culmination of an educational project held in an elmbridge primary school during the spring term. With the collaboration of musicians: the Barbican Piano Trio, storyteller Kevin Graal, composer Joseph Phibbs and the children of Walton Oak school, a work based on a Polish folk tale and themes from Polish folk music has been created for your delight.

Ian Engelmann Singers present The Food of Love

Sunday 24 June 4pm
The Ian Engelmann Singers return to perform an informal Summer concert of unaccompanied part-songs in a variety of styles.

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.