Our Community Events


ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH
RICHMOND, OXFORD AND WINDSOR ROADS RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATIONS PRESENTS:

 Forthcoming Local Events

All events below are held at St Augustine’s Church Hall in Richmond Road and are open to all. Entry is normally free, although a small charge or retiring collection may be held where fees are requested by speakers or performers. A complimentary glass of wine or fruit juice and nibbles are served at most events.

The programme is supported by Richmond, Oxford and Windsor Roads’ Residents’ Associations, and put together by St Augustine’s Church.


FRIDAY 27 APRIL 6-7PM          CAMBRIDGE YOUTH OPERA: RISING STARS

Following hot on the heels of their very successful production of The Hiding Tree and The Little Sweep, Cambridge Youth Opera present and exciting evening of music from past and present stars! Talented performers from their most recent production will be joined past colleagues, now making their way in the world of music.

SATURDAY 12TH MAY 6-7PM    YEARS OF INNOCENCE 2                                                                         English songs before the war, the poetry of A E Houseman

Tim Palmer (tenor) and Hugh Taylor (piano) return to St Augustine's with a second much anticipated recital of songs by Ivor Gurney, George Butterworth and Arthur Somervell, adapted from the poems of A E Houseman.

SATURDAY 26TH MAY 6-7PM   120th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

An engaging concert of music composed and first performed in 1898, the year St Augustine's was built, accompanied by the original instrument used in the church - a Mason & Hamlin harmonium now completely restored. The programme by the St Augustine's Singer's, will include works by Elgar, Grainger, Debussy and Coleridge Taylor conducted by Paul Jackson, with soloist Amanda Dean, Stephan Lawrence and Alice Woods and with Philip Mead on the harmonium.

SATURDAY 2 JUNE 6-7PM    VIVA ESPANA: CONCERT WITH A SPANISH THEME

Introducing the renowned international mezzo soprano Sophie Grech, appearing with talented South African born pianist Neil Colledge, to perform a programme of works y Brahms, Granados and de Falla - an evening of Spanish songs to welcome the summer. Sophia has toured in Europe and North America, and is also an International Ambassador for Autism Awareness. A fitting end to our summer events.

 SUNDAY 10 JUNE 12:45-14:15PM     INTERNATIONAL CAFE

Come and share dishes from around the world prepared by local residents.

St Augustine's Church and Community Centre.

Details to follow, but mark your diary now


 


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