Holy Innocents Church Hosts Christmas Concerts

Enjoy seasonal sounds and support a range of charities

Related links

The Parish of Holy Innocents and St Johns

St Stephen's School

Clariphonics on Facebook

West London Churches Homeless Concern

Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank

UNICEF

Participate

Sign up for an email newsletter from: FulhamSW6.com, HammersmithToday.co.uk and ShepherdsBushW12.com

 

Holy Innocents Church in Paddenswick Road is hosting series of Christmas concerts and helping to raise funds for local and international charities.

Here's what's in store:

TUESDAY 9th December – 6.30pm

A Service of Carols presented by the BBC Staff Choir & Pupils from St Stephen’s School

Conductor: Nigel Orchard

Retiring Collection in aid of West London Homeless Concern and Hammersmith & Fulham FoodBank

FRIDAY 12th December – 7.30pm

A Concert in Aid of UNICEF.

SOUTH WEST BRASS – led by Loulla Gorman
CLARIPHONICS - Helen Pierce & Friends
RACHEL GORMAN & AGNES DANIEL – Violins

An eclectic programme includes arrangements of Classical works, contemporary compositions, Klezmer and jazz. Presented by Loulla Gorman. The Programme will include:

J. S. Bach: Chaconne from Partita No 2 in d minor for solo violin
Monti: Czardas (arranged by A. Daniel for Violin Duo)
B. Britten: Short extract from the War Requiem - in remembrance and gratitude of those who fight for our freedom
Klezmer Delights for Clarinet Quartet
Music for Brass ensemble by Giovanni Gabrieli; Leonard Salzedo; together with arrangements for brass of music by J.S Bach and W.A. Mozart
- Plus Seasonal crackers for Brass

Admission is free, and there will be a Retiring Collection in aid of UNICEF which the UK Government will match pound for pound.

There will be an interval in which refreshments will be available
Find out more at Clariphonics Facebook page

SUNDAY SESSION 14th December – 4pm
Ash Charles in Concert

Featuring The Haydn Series – all Haydn’s piano sonatas in one place. A mix of classical and jazz piano repertoire, that will stimulate and enthuse.

Tickets on the Door: £10 (£5 Concessions)

December 8, 2014