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Friday lunchtime concerts

Music in the heart of London's West End

 

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Concert guide

 

 

June 3 1pm Free

Ana Bursac piano

Programme to include works by
Bach/Busoni, Beethoven & Chopin
 

June 10 1pm Free

RAF Central Band

Tom Rodda conductor
The Central Band of the RAF presents 
A rare opportunity to hear 
Johan de Meij’s iconic Symphony No.1 The Lord of the Rings, in its entirety
 

June 17 1pm Free

Ning Hui See piano

Amy Beach - ‘Dreaming’ from 4 Sketches Op.15 
Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel - ‘July’ from Das Jahr, H.385
Clara Wieck-Schumann - Sonata in G minor
Unsuk Chin - Etude No.6, ‘Grains’
Florence Price - Fantasie Nègre No.2 in G Minor
Emily Koh - reitario’
 

June 24 1pm Free

Fountain Brass Ensemble

Programme to include
Britten – Russian Funeral
Barber – Mutations from Bach
& the premier of a new work
 

July 1   1pm Free     

ElenaToponogova (piano)

Schubert - Sonata in A major D664, 1st movement Allegro moderato 
Chopin - Nocturne in D flat major Op.27 No 2
Chopin - Nocturne in B flat minor Op.9 No.1
Robert Schumann - “Traumerei” from “Kinderszenen” Op.15 
Chopin - Etude No.9 Op.10 in F minor 
Chopin Etude No.1 Op.25 in A flat major 
Rachmaninov - Etude-tableaux in A minor Op.39 No 2
Rachmaninov - Etude-tableaux in E flat minor No.5
 

July 8  1pm Free       

Osman Tack piano

Scarlatti - Sonata in A major, K.24
Dodgson - Bagatelles Set 2 (2005)
Chopin - Mazurka in C Major, Op.24 No.2
Thomas Adès - 3 Mazurkas, Op.27 (2009)
Clementi - Sonata "Quasi Concerto" in C major, Op.33 No.3
 

July 15   1pm Free    

RAF Salon Orchestra 

The Royal Air Force Salon Orchestra presents an hour of palm court classics
Delight in the elegant sounds of strings and piano performing an exclusive and eclectic programme of light music

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Beethoven Piano Society of Europe
Regent Hall Summer Festival

 

July 22   1pm Free

Nikita Burzanitsa piano

Beethoven - Sonata quasi una Fantasia in C sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 (“Moonlight”)
Shostakovich - Prelude & Fugue in D flat, Op.87 No.15
Rachmaninov - Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op.36
        

July 29   1pm Free 

Jan Loeffler piano

Granados  - Escenas Románticas
 I. Mazurka II. Berceuse III. Lento con extasis 
IV. Allegretto V. Allegro appassionato VI. Epilogo
Beethoven - Sonata in C minor, Op.111
 

Aug 5    1pm Free  

James Brawn piano

Beethoven - Sonata in F, Op.54
Beethoven - Sonata in E, Op.109
Beethoven - Sonata in A flat, Op.110
 

Aug 12   1pm Free     

Eri Yamamoto piano

Beethoven - 32 Variations in C minor, WoO.80
Beethoven/Liszt - Sechs Lieder nach Gedichten von Gellert Op.48
Schubert/Liszt - Soirées de Vienne No.6
Wagner/Liszt - Isoldens Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde)
Saint-Saëns/Liszt - Danse macabre

 


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Aug 19   1pm Free        

Royal Academy of Music presents

Inis Oírr Asano viola
Xiaowen Shang piano
Finzi - Five Bagatelles 
Clarke - Sonata No.1
Brahms - Sonata No.2 in Eb major

 

Aug 26   1pm Free     

The Central Band of the RAF

Piers Morrell & Jim Moss conductors

Featuring music by Bertram Walton O’Donnell, with musical tributes to John Williams who celebrated his 90th birthday this year, and a tribute to the late Monty Norman

 

Sept 2   1pm Free        

Lewis Kingsley Peart piano

Beethoven & Schubert
 

Sept 9   1pm Free        

Royal Academy of Music presents

Solis Trio

Eliza Talman trumpet
Hannah Williams horn
Meggie Murphy trombone
 

Sept 16   1pm Free    

Royal Academy of Music presents

Kenny Fu piano

Bach/Siloti - Prelude in B minor
Schumann/Liszt - Widmung
Liszt - Sonetto No.104 del Petrarca
Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition 
 

Sept 22    1pm Free

The Band of the Scots Guards


Tony Williams conductor
Mussorgsky arr. Paul Lavender - Pictures at an Exhibition 
 

 

Sept 23   1pm Free    

Yamamoto Trio

Kumi Shimizu - violin
Tamaki Sugimoto - cello
Eri Yamamoto - piano

Haydn - Trio No. 39 in G major 
Saint-Saëns - Trio No. 1, F major 
 

Sept 30   1pm Free     

Royal Academy of Music presents

Asaka String Quartet

Iona McDonald & Guo Yu violins
Inis Oírr Asano viola Ho Man Fong cello

Beethoven – Quartet Op.18 No.2
Brahms – Quartet Op.51 No.1

 

Oct 7    1pm Free       

Countess of Wessex’ String Orchestra

Sarah Marinescu conductor
The Countess of Wessex's String Orchestra is a 24-member string band from the British Army's Royal Corps of Army Music. It is currently the only independent full-time string band in the British Armed Forces.
We are happy to welcome this leading ensemble back to Regent Hall.




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Regent Hall Brass Arts Festival 2022

 

Ten Great Events 

 


Oct 13    7.30pm Free            

Guards Brass & Friends 

Mike McGowen conductor
Murder on the Orient Express and other journeys through music
Featuring music by Janacek, Strauss, Bennett and others
 

Oct 14    1pm Free       

Fulham Band

John Ward conductor
Tom Hutchinson cornet
Programme to include ‘Song of Exaltation’ by Norman Bearcroft plus works composed for, or premiered by, Fulham Band
 

Oct 14   3pm Free       

Royal Academy of Music presents

Academy Symphonic Brass

Eric Aubier conductor

Tomasi - Fanfares liturgiques
Delerue - Fanfare pour tous les temps
Legrand - Medley
Jean-Michel Defaye - Flashes
 

Oct 14  5pm Free       

Peter Graham

with the “On-Screen Virtual" Black Dyke Band (Director Nicholas Childs)

An introduction to this year’s Royal Albert Hall Finals Piece 
 

Oct 14  7.45pm           

Foden’s  Band

Russell Gray conductor 
For ticket details please contact marklwilky@hotmail.com
 

Oct 15     7.30pm   Free 

Band of the Grenadier Guards

Ben Mason conductor

A special gala concert to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of HM The Queen. A rare opportunity to experience the renowned sights and sounds of one of the world's most famous military bands. Featuring an exciting programme of music for everyone - spanning over 100 glorious years. Including works by Walton, Rogers & Hammerstein, Bernstein, Vaughan Williams and many more in an eclectic mix of styles –Classical, Contemporary, Jazz, Pop and (of course) Martial!
 

Oct 16  3pm   Free            

Regent Hall Band

Paul Sharman bandmaster
A programme of great SA repertoire plus much more!
 

Oct 18  7.30pm  Free       

Regent Hall Band invites you to –

 “Meet the Composer”

Featuring the music of Paul Sharman

An open rehearsal 
Come and play or come and listen
 

Oct 20  7.30pm  Free      

Regent Hall Songster Brigade 

in concert with

Enfield Concert Band    

Mark Walton & Paul Hooper conductors
Regent Hall’s resident choir and the well-known North London concert band join forces for an engaging evening of music making 
 

Oct 21  1pm Free       

RAF Brass in Concert 

Featuring Mike Lovatt trumpet

Music from The Golden Age of Hollywood.  

Glenys
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Where & when does the church meet?

Our Regent Hall Salvation Army Church meets every Sunday at 11:00am for our Sunday Service. Our open-air meeting on Oxford Street is at 10:00am. Unfortunately we are not able to meet in person at present, due to the pandemic, but we are worshipping online on YouTube and Facebook.

We meet at:
Regent Hall
275 Oxford Street
London
W1C 2DJ


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What should I expect when I visit the church?

You will receive a very warm welcome particularly from our Welcome Team who will be able to answer your questions and direct you to where you need to go. We have a time of worship with congregational singing and items from our musical sections. We have periods of reflection, when we pray and read the Bible, and our Bible message is brought to us by one of our officer team. 
 

Tea, coffee and biscuits are served after the service where there is plenty of time to meet new people and ask more questions.

   

What happens to the kids at church?

We have a great programme for the kids at Regent Hall for:

Explorers (4-7 years)
Kids Zone (8-10 years)

We also have an active youth group, including Pulse - a Sunday session learning about faith, as well as regularly getting together for worship and just meeting up socially and for sports.

For more information about what happens in the children's and youth work please visit the relevant age groups for you under church life.

   

Is there a dress code?

Please just be yourself and come dressed in your 'normal' clothes. Our corps officers (Church leaders) and Salvationists do wear Salvation Army uniform to be visible in our ministry and witness.

   

Will I have to join in?

Not at all! You are free to simply observe or participate as much as feels comfortable for you.
 

 

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