Saturday 16 th March 7.30pm

Young Musicians’ Concert

An evening of musical entertainment will be provided by some of the very talented young people who
live in this area. An opportunity to enjoy a varied programme with pieces being played on a diverse
range of instruments which will include piano, flute, clarinet and violin.
This is a great opportunity for these young people to showcase their talents and your opportunity to
hear them play. Who knows, one day they may all become famous and you can say you heard them
here first in South Walsham.

Saturday 27 th April 7.30pm

Latin American and Caribbean

An exploration of Trinidadian calypso, Jamaican mentos, Brazilian sambas and some of the finest
Cuban songs. This year we will go deeper into the repertoire delving into the folkloric roots as well as
the exciting classical music that comes from the cultural crucible of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Caspar Lloyd James, baritone (and his calypso alter ego ‘The Mighty Phantom’), piano virtuoso
William Fergusson, the expert bass playing of Vilem Hais and the masterful percussion skills of José
Ferrera Mulèn.

Saturday 15 th June 7.30pm

Folk – (The) Red Dear and Alphra

Alphra is a three piece folk pop band with quirky social lyrics and colourful, catchy melodies to take
you on a rollercoaster of emotion. This young wordsmith’s aim is to get you to feel, cry, dance and
celebrate the intricacies of life through music. She takes inspiration from Kate Tempest, Paolo Nutini
and Kimya Dawson.
(The) Red Dear: siblings Dylan and Izzy, 17 and 15, don’t have a TV. Instead they write and record
modern folk music. Acoustic instruments and vocal harmonies form the basis of their music, with a
little bit of electric guitar, and some other weird stuff; they play acoustic guitars with cello bows, use a
43 string autoharp and create atmospheric sounds. Formed in 2016, the duo’s first EP “Demo”
resulted in lots of local radio play and the song Paper Dust received national airplay on BBC Radio 1.

25th to 28th July

EastCoast Artz Annual Exhibition of .....

Rag Rugs,  Paintings in all media, Collage and Silk Work, Driftwood Craft, Sculpture and Woodwork by the following artists:-

Edy Ward, Chris Dean, Carol Gibbons, Bill Firmin, Jeny Walding, Nigel Paterson, Maureen Cherry, Ken Riches and Susanne Lakin who will also be doing some Workshops. For more information on these telephone 01692 407555.

Saturday 5 th October 7.30pm

Chris Green-Armytage

Classical pianist and teacher, Chris Green-Armytage has played throughout Great Britain and in
Europe, the USA and Asia. He has appeared as concerto soloist at the Barbican and the Festival
Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. He has also appeared in many major festivals,
broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and recorded for Hyperion.

Saturday, 16 th November 7.30pm

Tom Harris Trio

Tom learnt to play piano and trombone while at school and served his jazz apprenticeship with the
Norwich Student Jazz Orchestra at the time of the millennium, an era in the Orchestra’s history that
produced some phenomenal jazz musicians. He is equally at home playing piano or trombone in
small combinations and big bands and runs his own jazz trio and quartets. Amongst a range of
pianists that have inspired him are Tommy Flanagan, Count Basie and Hank Jones. The programme
will be diverse and will include some new takes on old favourites. Playing with Tom will be Ivars
Galenieks (bass) and Steve Matthews (drums).


Exhibitions are free


Tickets for performances at door £10, Friends £8, Under 18s £4 or purchase from St George's Music Shop, 17-19 St George's Street, Norwich NR3 1AB

Tel 01603 626414.


Pre book via Sue Hitchcock  Tel 01603 270212.  


All performances start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated

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