Brighton Unitarian Lunchtime Concert
Tea/coffee served from 12 noon
29 – Alex Bondonno (saxophone) and Joss Peach (piano) return for a sublime performance of melodic and expressive jazz. Their own originals alongside some standards from jazz greats Charlies Mingus, Thelonious Monk and Abudllah Ibrahim.
5 – Quinata (Charlotte Munro, Angela Tennick, Linda Atkinson, Eira Owen and Ian Glen) will be performing two of the great wind quintets by Carl Nielson and Gyorgy Ligeti.
12 – Pianist Neil Crossland returns by popular demand. Clementi’s Sonata in B flat major is often called ‘The Magic Flute Sonata’. Neil Crossland has embellished the first movement with his very own Cadenza. He also performs his newly completed Piano Suite No.2 Op.65 ‘Possessed’ (a world premiere), as well as Chopin’s Nocturnes No.s 13 and 15.
19 – British-Peruvian pianist and recent graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama Andrew Garrido presents a varied programme of Schubert, Liszt and more.
26 – The Brighton-based John Lake Quartet – Elizabeth Bustard (saxes), Matt Casterton (bass), Simon Cambers (drums) and John Lake (piano) – will be playing a selection of modern jazz classics and recent original tunes written for the quartet by John Lake.
£5 suggested donation on the door
The performers are a mixture of top local talent and touring musicians from across the globe. It’s the perfect way to spend your Friday lunchtime enjoying a rich variety of music in our beautiful Grade II listed church in the cultural heart of the city.
Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton BN1 1UF