St Werburgh's Roman Catholic Parish, Chester

[Organ pipes]

Concert Series 2019

Additional Concert: Friday 26th July 7.30 pm: Michael Reynolds "The Sounds of Stage and Screen"

A light-hearted evening of well-known music. Tickets £10, including refreshments, from the Parish Office.

Additional Recital: Friday 17th May 7.30 pm: The Vale Royal Singers “The Glory of Spring”:

Excerpts from Vivaldi’s Gloria, and music by John Rutter, Barber, Finzi and Sting. Free entry, with a retiring collection.

  • Our First Fridays are lovely, accessible introductions to Classical Music, from the whole repertoire of vocal, choral, instrumental and orchestral music.
  • And not just Classical but Popular music as well, Jazz, the American Song Book, the lot!
  • Ideal for those starting to get into Classical Music as well as seasoned enthusiasts.
  • Each concert about 60-80 minutes long.
  • Refreshments included - tea, coffee, wine!
  • Free admission, but we sometimes take a Retiring Collection, especially to support a young student or early years professional.

Now a few details about this season of 'First Fridays' ... But do please see the Weekly Newsletter for more details of each concert in the weeks beforehand.

May - Felix Gideonse and Tom Fesmer. Organ, piano and singing.

June - John Hosking. Organ

July - Stewart, Oliver and Henry Smith. Flute, piano and organ

August - Paul Carr. Organ

September - Urszula Krukowska-Byzdra. Cello

October - Philip Chidell. Violin

November - Chester Cathedral Nave Choir. Chester Cathedral Nave Choir is the oldest continuously serving cathedral voluntary choir in England. Welcome back, Andrew and friends!

December -Abbey Gate College.