Concerts In Church

Saturday June 16th

Surrey Concerts presents:

An Evening of Classical Music by The Cantilena Trio 

We close our summer programme with a concert in St James Church, Weybridge – An Evening of Classical Music with the Cantilena Trio on Saturday 16th June. Box office: www.surreyconcerts.co.uk

Highlights will include Selections from Handel’s Water Music, The Flower Duet by Delibes, Au Claire de la Lune by Debussy, Nimrod by Elgar, Pavanne by Faure, Selections from Carmen by Bizet, Trio in G Major by Haydn, Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring by Bach and many more…..

Doors will open in St James Church hall at 7pm for pre-concert drinks. The concert itself will start at 7.30pm in St James Church. St James Church, Church Street, Weybridge, KT11 8DF

Tickets: A range of tickets are available. From £10 (unreserved) to £15 (front rows) in advance or £12/£17 on the door (subject to availability).  

Full programme details and Book Tickets:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-of-classical-music-with-the-cantilena-trio-tickets-45865482894

October 6th

Sounds of Simon

Music at St James' and Julian Lewry Music are pleased to present Britain's premier Paul Simon tribute act featuring his solo material and the Simon and Garfunkel classics. As seen on the One Show. Bar 7.00, doors 7.30, show 7.45. Tickets £14 advance £17 on the door. Buy online (£1.40 booking fee) at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/428842 or (cash only) from the St James' Parish Office (open 9.00 - 1.00 weekdays, not Weds)
The Sounds of Simon is a tribute to the wonderful music of Paul Simon, through the years as one half of Simon and Garfunkel, to the enduring success of his solo career.
Come on a journey as the full band take you through the early Simon and Garfunkel albums, through the massive success of Bridge Over Troubled Water and on to the Grammy award winning success of Still Crazy After All These Years and Graceland.
Lose yourself to nostalgia as the full band play such classics as Mrs Robinson, The Boxer, The Sounds of Silence, You Can Call Me Al and The Obvious Child, as well as all the others that have established Paul Simon as one of the most successful songwriters of all time.
Paul and Art are played to perfection, bringing in elements of their famously fractious relationship, as well as replicating the beautiful harmonies flawlessly.