We are fortunate indeed that Oliver Macfarlane decided to retire in 2013 from his illustrious career with the BBC, in order to concentrate on playing the organ! And we certainly benefitted from that decision today when he played for us! His music programme was simply wonderful and we enjoyed all
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Please see Oliver's programme below, then make certain you join us to hear him play . . . The music programme looks divine and some of the pieces are, I believe, totally new to the HTC recital programme. Oliver last played for us in 2017 and joins us on Monday
. . . And we weren't disappointed! Today's concert was utterly splendid: Fumi's wonderfully varied programme brought us very familiar and popular pieces such as 'Fantasia on Greensleeves' and 'Londonderry Air' and others that were completely new to us, including James MacMillan's 'After the Tryst', seemingly without pattern and leaving
It gives us great pleasure to welcome to the Holy Trinity concert programme, Fumi Otsuki, violin, accompanied by Sarah Kershaw, piano. This will be Fumi's first performance at Holy Trinity and we are simply delighted to have attracted him to our concert programme. Born in Japan and now living in London,
Andrew Cleary gave a memorable recital at Holy Trinity today - and for all the right reasons: his music programme was unusual, clever and varied. We loved all his pieces but mention must be made of the C Saint-Saens, Fantasie Nr 2, which was utterly intriguing to listen to, and
We are thrilled to be welcoming Andrew Cleary to our recital programme, Monday 18th February at 1pm! Andrew is no stranger to Holy Trinity, having accompanied the Lee Choral Society in their last two concerts but this is his first performance as part of our recital programme. We are delighted