Concerts and Recitals

Concerts and Recitals for 2019

In January and February, the organ bellows were completely re-leathered. This was a major operation and had never been done since the organ was made in 1889 so it was long overdue.

You can help us keep the organ playing by coming to our concerts, or sponsoring a voluntary. We are also looking for more volunteers to help Julia Matthews with the refreshments and Ian Burgess with the screens at the recitals.

Programme for the rest of 2019-

20 July: Guitarist and lutenist Jamie Akers and singer Susana D’Oliviera Tuxera will be performing music by women composers through the ages. Find out more.

7 September: St Mary’s Ewell Patronal Festival Recital including Alfred Hollins; Concert Overture in C minor, Thalben Ball: Variations on a theme by Paganini for Organ Pedals, Bach: Toccata and Fugue in F, Mendelssohn: Overture to St Paul, Reger: Choral Fantasie and Fugue on ‘Wachet Auf” Op 52/2.

5 October: The Requiem by Durufle sung by The Parish Choir with ‘on the day’ singers from local choirs.

All concerts begin at 7.30pm and end at 9.30pm, except where otherwise indicated.

The organist can been seen live on the big screen.

Further details from Jonathan Holmes
directorofmusic@stmarysewell.com
07825041427
or at www.stmarysewell.com

Tickets

Tickets are £8.00 on the door. Under 16s qualify for a reduced ticket price of only £1. Wine and orange juice are available during the interval.

All of the events are live performances, and where appropriate close-ups of the organist or other performers are projected on screen to enhance your experience.

About our Recital Programme

Most of our recitals showcase our wonderful Father Willis pipe organ. You can read more about the organ, and we hope you will come to hear it at one of our recitals.

Sometimes, our recitals take the form of a “come and sing”, open to all. A scratch choir rehearsed and performed Handel’s Messiah in March 2012, shown above.

You can always buy tickets on the door at any of our recitals. So please come along, and we promise you a warm welcome!