KINGSTON CHAMBER CONCERTS
East End Café, All Saints Church Kingston
Kingston Chamber Concerts are back! For now, concerts will take place in the main part of the church, to allow for social distancing. Groupings of tables and chairs will retain the relaxed, intimate ambience of these concerts.
Kingston Chamber Concerts, launched in May 2017, presents evening programmes of chamber music, in the beautiful surroundings and fine acoustic of the East End Café, in the former chancel of the historic All Saints Church, beside Kingston Market Place.
KCC particularly draws on London’s wealth of young, early-career professional talent, coming from across the world – and also locally-based performers. KCC’s music ranges from Bach to Britten, and across all types of chamber ensembles, plus voice and piano.
The East End Café provides an intimate, relaxed atmosphere, with informal seating around tables, for enjoying a glass of better-than-average wine – or a bottle, shared with friends.
It is a small venue. Numbers are limited. Booking strongly advised.
“Martin Cousin’s debut disc…….has discretion, judgment, perception and formidable technique”
The Daily Telegraph
Tononi String Trio Eva Aronian: violin Oscar Holch: viola Ben Tarlton: cello Mozart Divertimento for String Trio, K563; Dohnani Serenade for String Trio, Op 10; Beethoven String Trio in G major, Op 9 No 1.
“‘Hearing the Mozart Concerto played by an ensemble of five strings and piano was rather striking, the performance intimate and stylish.