Lunchtime concerts in progress

Lunchtime Concerts

Our 2022 lunchtime concert series starts on Thursday 9th June and runs through every Thursday 1 - 2pm until 27th October, with a refreshing mix of classical and jazz concerts. There is a suggested £5 donation to attend the concerts, and One Bread Cafe will be open before and afterwards serving coffee and lunches.

For more information, please email allsaintsluncon@aol.com or phone the office on 01273 733331. 

 

Lunchtime Concerts 2022 Performance Programme

 

9th June - Alex Clarke (alto/tenor sax) + David Newton (piano)

                 Rising star saxophonist teams up with British jazz piano legend

 

16th June – Meera Maharaj (flute) + Dominic Degavino (piano)

                    Talented classical flautist returns to All Saints with regular piano partner

      

23rd June - Adam Heron (piano) 

                    Recent BBC Young Musician finalist plays works by Schumann and Vaughan Williams

                                                        

30th June – Rob Luft (guitar) + Alice Zawadski (violin/voice) 

                    Two of the jazz world’s brightest talents join forces in a delightful duo 

   

7th July - Joss Peach Trio (piano, bass, drums)   

                BAFTA award winning composer’s popular jazz trio  

                       

14th July - Oliver Nelson (violin) + Vasilis Rakitsis (piano)  

                  One of the south-east’s finest classical duos returns by popular demand                 

            

21st July - John Bruzon (piano)

                 Brighton’s own classical piano maestro

                                                              

28th July - George Trebar’s Nighthawks Trio (alto sax, piano, bass)

                  Top jazz trio play cinematic classics

 

4th August - Michael Maine (organ)

                      All Saints’ Organist Emeritus plays our famous Hill organ.

                                                  

11th August - Jelena Makarova (piano)

                       Acclaimed Lithuanian-trained classical pianist returns to All Saints

                                             

18th August  - Al Scott Trio (piano, bass, drums) 

                        Classy jazz piano trio in the Bill Evans style

                            

25th August - David Stevens (organ)

                        All Saints’ Director of Music plays our famous Hill organ

                                                     

1st September - Phillip Dyson (piano) 

                            Internationally renowned pianist plays popular classics and ragtime      

                                         

8th September – Sam Braysher (alto sax) + Joe Webb (piano)

                             Top British saxman joined by rising star jazz pianist                               

                    

15th September – Kelleth Piano Trio (violin, cello, piano)

                               Leading local chamber ensemble perform Beethoven’s Ghost Trio

 

22nd September – Kate Williams (piano) + Dave Green (bass)

                                Outstanding British jazz pianist and composer is joined by jazz bass legend   

                      

29th September – Buck Brass Trio (trumpet, trombone, horn)  

                                Joyful sounds from three top brass players

     

6th October – Chisato Kusunoki (piano)

                         Japanese classical piano virtuoso now resident in Brighton

                                                

13th October – James Thomas (organ)

                           The former Director of Music at St Edmundsbury Cathedral plays our famous Hill organ

                                                            

20th October – Michiko Shimanuki (piano)    

                           Distinguished locally-based pianist performs new work by local composer Barry Mills 

                                       

27th October – Sara Oschlag’s Jazz Party (voice, trumpet, guitar, bass)  

                           Popular Danish jazz singer with guests from the thriving local scene.

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