Bramley Music


On Saturday 27 January at 7pm we have our annual Rising Stars concert in conjunction with the Royal College of Music.  This year’s star is Paul Mnatsakanov, a brilliant young pianist who has won several international competitions and has recently performed at the Wigmore Hall.  The classical first half will include music by Mozart, and the second half comprises Mussorgsky’s famous Pictures at an Exhibition.  The charities we shall be supporting are the RCM’s Hardship Fund and the Steinway Fund – our magnificent Steinway will have been fully serviced before this recital.   Tickets (adults £10, students / under 18s £5) are available in person from Robertsons in Bramley High Street, or from Stuart White ( or 01483 892645).  


Previous Events

Saxophone concert poster

The Saxophone Craze on 28 October raised £1,018 for Citizens Advice South West Surrey

Queens College choir outside Holy Trinity

The Choir of The Queen’s College, Oxford – one of the foremost mixed choirs in the country – came  to Holy Trinity in June in support of the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.

Clarinet Goes to Town poster

This concert in May 2023 by Emma Johnson’s Jazz Trio was a great success, and raised just over £2,000 for Medecins Sans Frontieres.

Kensington Three poster

The February 2023 concert by the Kensington Three raised over £400 for each of the Cheryl King Trust and the Royal College of Music Hardship Fund.

Jack Hancher

The January 2023 guitar recital by Jack Hancher was a great success, with over £700 raised for the Friends of St Andrew’s, Grafham. 


Beethoven to Bowen

10th Anniversary Concert

Chansons Francaises poster

The Harlequin Chamber Choir in 9 July 2022 raised just over £700 for Christians Against Poverty.

Dan's Fund for Burns concert

On 7 May 2022, we were pleased to welcome back Danae, Kimon and Ed to Bramley, for another concert of songs, arias and duets, in support of local charity, Dan's Fund.

Compassion concert poster

On Sunday 10th April Sarah Pickering’s superb recent piano recital raised over £1,000 for Compassion UK.  Also, having a teatime concert clearly went down well, with many people taking advantage of the plentiful cakes to have seconds!

The violin and piano recital on 26 February by Madeleine Pickering and John Paul Ekins raised £950 for Music in Hospitals and Care.


Beethoven in Bramley Nov 2021

Bramley Music’s first post-lockdown concert on 4th September - ‘Beethoven in Bramley’ with concert pianist Maureen Galea - was sold out within just a few days!  As a result, we announced a repeat of the concert in November 2021, and that was also sold out within just a few days.   Clearly we had been missing live music! 

Celebration of Friendship poster

February 2018