18 May 2017

This year, we are proud sponsors of the Kingston Chamber Concerts, a series of 6 chamber music concerts which will take place at The East End Cafe, in the beautifully restored All Saints Church in the center of Kingston upon Thames. The concerts will be performed by professional young musicians who live locally. We would like to request your support to the Kingston Chamber Concerts this year.

All concerts start at 7:30 pm. Doors and bar open at 6:45 pm. For booking tickets, please contact Leslie Packer at

  • Single concert: £15 – Student £5
  • Three concerts: £40 – Student £15


  • Thursday 18 May Fortepiano recital - John Irving, Professor in Historical Performance, Trinity Laban Conservatoire Haydn: Sonata in A flat Hob. XVI 46 Bach: Prelude and Fugue BWV 883 Mozart: Sonata in C K.330 Haydn: Sonata in E flat Hob. XVI 49 Bach: Contrapuntus 8 BWV 1080 Mozart: Sonata in B flat K.570

  • Monday 5 June Piatti String Quartet Debussy Op 10; Benjamin Britten Three Divertimenti; Beethoven Op 130 and Grosse Fuge Op 133

  • Monday 12 June Armorel Piano Trio Beethoven ‘Ghost’ Trio, Op 70 No 1; Schumann F Major Trio, Op 80 No 2; Dvorak ‘Dumky’ E Minor Piano Trio No 4, Op 90.


  • Saturday 16 September Ceruleo Love and betrayal in the music of Handel and Barbara Strozzi Emily Owen and Jenni Harper, Sopranos; Harpsichord; Theorbo; Viola de Gamba

  • Saturday 14 October Robin Blaze and friends – Songs and words A Shakespeare Miscellany – Music by Purcell, Dowland, Robert Jones, John Banister ‘Blaze is an extraordinary interpreter ….’ BBC Radio 3 CD Review

  • Saturday 28 October London Abel Quartet Music with a London flavour - Haydn, Mozart, Pleyel and Devienne, played on period instruments William Summers, flute; Diane Moore, violin; Diane Terry, viola; Ibrahim Aziz, ‘cello.

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