Lunchtime concerts at St Peter's

 Our Lunchtime concerts restart on Wednesday 12th January 2022.  They take place at 1pm and last for just under an hour followed by refreshments in the Octagon. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is no longer necessary to book your place at the concert.  Please just come along. 

Below is the schedule for the Spring term;

 

12th January - Isabel Beyer and Guy Dagul (piano solo's and duets)

19th January - Purcell School Musicians

26th January - Arwen Newband (violin) and Anna LeHair (piano)

2nd February - The Tanza Ensemble

9th February - Beaumont School

16th February - Mitra Alice Tham (piano)

23rd February - Anna Kondrashina (flute) & Pavel Timofeyevsky (piano) 

2nd March - St Albans School 

9th March - TBC 

16th March - Tabitha Appel (violin)

23rd March - St Margaret’s School

30th March - Julian Godlee (baritone) & Nicholas Robinson (piano)  

A risk assessment has been conducted prior to restarting concerts.

Below are some FAQ's;

What restrictions are in place?

  • Social distancing is no longer in place although there will be space for you to distance from others if you would like.  

  • Hand sanitiser is available at both main entrances to church

  • Face coverings - we request that you wear a face covering during the concert if you are able to. 

NHS Test and Trace?

  • Our QR code is on display at both entrances if you wish to scan it.  

How can I donate?

Donations for lunchtime concerts are given to Rennie Grove Hospice Care once expenses have been deducted.  There will be donation plates at the south and west doors and gift aid envelopes available as you leave the concert. 

Are there toilet facilities?

Our toilet facilities are cleaned regularly and available during the concert.  Stewards will be able to help direct you.  

Refreshments 

Are served in the Octagon after the concert.

 

 

For more information please contact Carolyn in the church office on mail@stpeterschurch.uk.com or 01727 855485

 

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