We’re delighted to bring you another varied programme featuring both up-and-coming artists
as well as established and well known ones. To get further details - AND TO BUY TICKETS - please click on the relevant picture
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NEXT LMF CONCERT
St Mary's Church, Lamberhurst
Fri Mar 28, 2014 at 19.30
The Ensemble specialise in performing transcriptions of major concertos. Led by Elisabeth Streichert on the piano they comprise 2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello, 1 double bass. They will play the Trout Quintet by Schubert and Chopin's 2nd Piano Concerto.
Sat May 10, 2014 at 19.30
The sound and musicality of this Russian Ensemble is quite unique. The five male singers perform a variety of religious pieces and folk songs with many mood changes and considerable emotion.
Lamberhurst Village Hall
Sat Jul 12, 2014 at 19.30
No serious musical knowledge needed! Teams of between four and eight people will try to answer questions ranging from rock ‘n roll to classical, from pop to folk, from musicals to the Beatles. Prizes, bar and fish and chips all available.
Bayham Abbey, Lamberhurst
Sat Aug 2, 2014 at 19.00
Carmen is probably the world’s most popular opera and tells the story of Don Jose, a naive soldier, who is seduced by the wiles of Carmen and gives up his girl friend and military career to pursue her.
Fri Oct 10, 2014 at 19.30
Danny Driver is a star in the piano world and has played in the prestigious Piano week at Wigmore Hall, at the Proms and at many international venues. He will play the C Major Fantasy by Schumann as well as CPE Bach and Beethoven.
Fri Nov 21, 2014 at 19.30
Named after Vivaldi because he had red hair, Red Priest are a theatrical quartet who play in a flamboyant style with props, costumes, and other effects. They will play "The Carnival of the Seasons" which includes the 4 Seasons by Vivaldi.
St Mary's Church
Sun Dec 14, 2014 at 19.30
Clare College Choir has gained a reputation as one of the leading choral groups in the world. They have toured in Europe, USA, Japan and China and their performance of Beethoven's 9th in Australia was hailed as "a performance for the history books".