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What is an ‘English’ sound? What are its origins and what has in influenced its growth? It is an intriguing journey which follows a diversity of paths. From roaming minstrels to Elgar and Jacob Collier, we follow the development of organised sound created by devoted English composers. 31 January – 28 February · 10.30am–12.30pm (5 Thursdays)Find out more »
Programme Beethoven – ‘Spring’ Sonata no.5 in F major, Op.24 for Violin and Piano Franck – Sonata in A for Violin and Piano Beethoven – Romance no.2 in F major, Op.50 Arvo Pärt – Fratres for Violin and Piano Matthew Taylor – Premiere for Violin and Piano Tickets are £15-00 if bought before date of concert from website. Children and under 26 FREE Elizabeth Cooney initially studied with Adrian Petcu in her native Cork in Ireland, and subsequently with Itzhak Rashkovsky at…Find out more »
Southern Pro Musica's ever-popular annual 'Family Classics' event returns to G Live on Sunday March 3rd. There'll be FREE hands-on instrumental workshops, followed by a full SPM orchestral concert. Tickets from GLive.co.uk. Tel 01483 369350.Find out more »
At the Electric Theatre Friday 15th march 2019. 'Join Junction 4 Big Band and guest star, trombone superstar Gordon Campbell, for 'Game of Bones, A Journey Through the Best Music of Film and Television'.Find out more »
THREE MASTERPIECES THAT SPAN A CENTURY OF MUSICAL WRITING Richard Blackford is one of the UK’s pre-eminent concert and media composers. ‘Mirror of Perfection’ was composed in the 1990s, and sets the delightful poetry of St Francis of Assisi in a powerful cantata of great lyrical beauty. Maurice Duruflé composed his longest and most substantial work, ‘Requiem’, at the end of World War II and, perhaps not surprisingly, he focusses his settings on rest and peace. These 20th century pieces…Find out more »
Classically French Concert Woking Symphony Orchestra on 23 March. Music by Debussy, Saint-Saëns and Franck. Roy Stratford conductor. Will Bracken piano.Find out more »
Following on from their very successful concert at the Menuhin Hall in 2018, the Surrey Mozart Players are delighted to be returning with conductor Edward Farmer and pianist James Brawn to continue their Beethoven piano cycle with the masterful ‘Emperor’ Concerto. The programme opens with another great Beethoven work, his Coriolanus Overture, and concludes with Bizet’s youthful and exuberant Symphony No 1. Tickets sold on behalf of Surrey Mozart Players.
Date: 23 March 2019. Time: 7:30pm. Standard Price: £19. Running time: 120 minutes.
To book tickets, please call the box office on 08700 842020
Please note: The Box Office is open for telephone bookings Monday to Friday 10am - 3pm, except Wednesday 10am - 12.30pm.Closed for lunch 12.30-1.00pm daily.
The Box Office will be open one hour before each concert commences.
Soloist Horn player Richard Watkins. Conductor Matthew Taylor and Leader Elizabeth Cooney come together for their next exciting concert in March.Find out more »
Celebrating our 10th Anniversary Season with Nicola Benedetti, the Philharmonia Orchestra under Pierre-Andre Valade, and the Sitkovetsky Trio in the WORLD PREMIERE of Charlotte Bray's specially commissioned Triple Concerto 'Germinate'.Find out more »
Last Night of the Spring Proms returns to G Live on Friday May 10th with special guest, celebrated pianist Lucy Parham, performing Rachmaninov's 2nd Piano Concerto. Also with Southern Pro Musica, Guildford Choral and Tormead Junior School choir under the baton of Jonathan Willcocks. You can join in with all your 'Last Night' flag-waving favourites too! GLive.co.uk. 01483 369350. A charity concert promoted by Guildford Lions in partnership with Magimix.Find out more »