Join us for another brilliant Tea Concert at Rumsey’s, listening to the superb Abbey Wind Trio while drinking tea and eating delicious cake.
The programme includes Mozart’s ‘Cinq Divertissements’, Ibert's 'Cinq Pièces en trio’, Milhaud's 'Suite d’après Corrette’, Jacob's 'Trio' and Beethoven's 'Variations onLa ci daremMozart’.
The Abbey Wind Trio
Alison Street combines instrumental teaching, performing with regional orchestras, and community music education. She is a consultant on national projects on musicality and is associate lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at Oxford Brookes. She is co-author with Linda Bance of Voiceplay (OUP, 2006).
Barbara Stuart won the Mid-Northumbrian Arts Group National Clarinet Competition while at the Royal Academy of Music. Today she works for Oxford University Press marketing printed music, plays with Oxford Sinfonia and Oxford Chamber Orchestra, and plays E flat clarinet and bass clarinet with others.
Simon Payne plays with Oxford Symphony Orchestra, Oxford Sinfonia, Cotswold Chamber Orchestra, Kidlington and Woodstock Operatic Societies, Bampton Opera, Henley Symphony Orchestra. He is currently general administrator of the Orchestra of St John’s.
Thame Chamber Choir
“Guilty Pleasures and Confessions - The Seven Deadly Sins”
8.00pm : St Marys Church : £12.00 (Concessions £10. Children under 18 - Free)
Thame Chamber Choir returns to TAL with another evening of superb music at St Mary’s Church.
with Bruce Alexander (reader)
Gluttony, lust or sloth - which is your favourite sin? With the help of actor Bruce Alexander we offer an overindulgent evening of longed-for illicit delights, guaranteed to leave you wanting more. Be sure not to laze in bed this evening: you'd be mad to miss it and envy those who came.
Bruce Alexander is an actor, popularly known forA Touch of Frost, Tomorrow Never Dies, andthe Storm. Along withJason, he is the only other actor to appear in all 42 episodes ofTouch of Frost. He has appeared with the RSC and is a regular on stages & film sets across the world as well as appearing regularly on British TV and radio.