Nancy Rufferflute, John Andersonoboe, with Sophia Rahmanpiano
Colourful and lovely music for flute, oboe and piano.
Pastorale et Arlequinade
Sir Eugene Goosens
Sonata for flute and piano
Sir Malcolm Arnold
Traquair Music for solo obo
Dances for a Children’s
Trittico per Trittico
Recent changes to road layout, especially in the "Village" area, can be
confusing, and many SatNavs have yet to catch up. Access by
car (very limited parking at the Church itself!) is via Church
Hill from Hoe Street, or Prospect Hill from Shernhall
Street. Google Maps is up to date: E17 9RL will get you very close.
St Mary's is a 10m walk from Walthamstow Central via St
Mary's Road or Church Hill. The 212 Bus from the Bus
Station stops very close and saves an uphill walk.
More Music in the Village dates for your diary:
(season flyer downloadable here
PDF 251 KB):
January 28th 2016 Baroque Music for a Winter's Day
Ward off the winter blues with musical treats by Fasch,
Handel, Corelli, Telemann, Vivaldi
and Locatelli. Charismatic and celebrated recorder player
joins Catherine Martinviolin, Gail Hennessyoboe,
Kate Haynescello and friends...
Breath-taking virtuosity and magical sound colours revealed in a varied programme
of music by J.S.Bach, Albeniz, Granados,
Villa-Lobos and Piazzolla, alongside traditional
Chinese pieces and a new work by Vasiliki Legaki, commissioned
by the Music in the Village audience!
Haydnʼs intense yet exhuberant “Fifths” quartet
op.76 no.2, and Beethovenʼs boundary-pushing op.130, with Lucy
Russell & Marcus Barcham-Stevensviolins, Alan Geroge
viola and Heather Tuachcello.
Music in the Village is a not for profit organisation, it's aim
to provide affordable concerts of the highest standard. Generous donations from
Music in the Village friends have enabled us to avoid raising the price of tickets
for one more year during these difficult times. More about us (PDF 105 KB).
You may be interested in the ever-growing list of premieres which have taken place at our concerts,
including those of new works commissioned through the generosity of our Audience!