In view of the continuing restrictions due to Covid 19, we regret that the piano duet recital that was to have taken place on 17th October has been postponed.  However, as soon as we are able to hold concerts again, we shall be back!  All the musicians we were to have heard are still keen to perform for us, so although we cannot yet provide dates, we can still look forward to the following:

  • A piano recital by Maltese concert pianist Maureen Galea, in support of the League of Friends of Milford Hospital.  Maureen performs as a soloist and accompanist all over Europe, and also has a busy teaching schedule based at the University of Surrey.  She is a renowned specialist in Czech music, and her CD releases are met with high critical acclaim.  Closer to home she accompanies and sings with the Wintershall Nativity Choir.  
  • 'All aboard for a Musical Journey to all sorts of exotic places, with Danae Eleni (sorano) Ed Saklatvala (baritone) and Kimon Pallikaropoulus (piano), supporting Dan’s Fund for Burns.  
  • Sunday teatime concert entitled ‘Concert, Cake and Compassion’ - a Pickering family concert in aid of the charity Compassion child sponsorship.  The multi-talented Pickering family has provided musicians for several of our ‘Home Grown’ concerts. 
  • Piano Duet Recital with Paul Guinery and Alan Newcombe.  Both Alan and Paul are well known to Bramley Music audiences for their superb playing, and on this occasion they will come together to bring us a very attractive programme of duets.  
Watch this space!

The Piano Duet recital (Alan Newcombe and Paul scheduled to take place on 17th October, remains in the diary for the moment, and we shall keep the situation under review.

   May. reschedule them as soon as it becomes possible to do so. 

in Holy Trinity Church