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Saturday tea-time concerts in Minchinhampton

Saturdays October 2 and November 6 at 4.30pm

As part of our ongoing concert series, we are trialling a couple of tea-time concerts in Holy Trinity, Minchinhampton. The details are below. Once our costs have been covered, any proceeds will go towards the Organ Restoration Project. No tickets required ... just come! There will be a retiring collection with either cash or card donations.

We hope to see you there! And thank you in advance for your support.

Warwick Cole
Director of Music, Minchinhampton Parish Church

Saturday October 2 at 4.30pm

Fifty Years a Cellist
Warwick Cole (cello) and Simon Over (piano)

To celebrate the half century since his first cello lesson, Warwick Cole plays some of the music he has encountered since taking up the instrument.

Music by Vivaldi, Bach, Pärt, Bartók and others.

Simon Over is the principal conductor of the South Bank Sinfonia, the Parliament Choir, and directs the Anghiari Festival, in Tuscany, Italy.

Saturday November 6 at 4.30

Handel: German Arias
Hannah Davey (soprano), Lara James (baroque violin) and Warwick Cole (harpsichord)

Hannah Davey sings a selection of the beautifully crafted arias composed by Handel around 1716 celebrating the glories of creation. Other music by his contemporaries Stölzel, Bach and Vivaldi.


Hannah Davey is much in demand as a soloist and frequently works with the Orchestra of St John's Smith Square under John Lubbock.
Lara James studied baroque violin at The Hague, German at Freiburg University, and has been a regular member of the Academy of Ancient Music.