Vocal Recital: Saturday 18 May, 6.15pm:
Soprano Rosalind Dobson presents a programme of art song, jazz, folk, opera and poetry inspired by the theme of love. Free entry with donations taken.


Mousai at St James's Church Piccadilly, Wednesday 22 May 1.10pm:
Programme includes Britten Hymn to St Cecilia and Mendelssohn Psalm 22. Directed by
Quintin Beer.



Organ Recital at St John the Evangelist RC Church 39 Duncan Terrace N1 8AL, Saturday 25 May, 7.30pm
The next recital at St John's is by Seb Gillot. Admission free with collection. Angel tube. Buses 4 19 30 38 73 205 341 476.
Programme:
Récit de tierce en taille N. de Grigny (1672 - 1703)
An Wasserflüssen Babylon, BWV 653 J.S. Bach (1685 - 1750)
Forlane from Le Tombeau de Couperin M. Ravel (1875 - 1937) arr. S. Gillot (b. 1994)
Forlane from Quatrième Concert F. Couperin (1668 - 1733)
Ciacona in e D. Buxtehude (c. 1637 - 1707)
Le Jardin Suspendu J. Alain (1911 - 1940)
Toccata L. Berkeley (1903 - 1989)
Passacaglia in c, BWV 582 Bach
Seb Gillot graduated from Trinity Hall, Cambridge with a first-class degree in Music. The following year, he remained at the college as Graduate Senior Organ Scholar, continuing the duties he undertook whilst undergraduate Organ Scholar. During his tenure, he was responsible for accompanying the Chapel Choir in, and providing solo repertoire for, services, foreign tours and recordings. While at Cambridge, he studied the organ with William Whitehead and Andrew Arthur, and, fostering an increasing love of Baroque music, subsequently took up the harpsichord with Andrew Arthur and Terence Charlston.  He is the organist of St Cuthbert’s, Philbeach Gardens, the accompanist of the Kingston Orpheus Choir and Musical Director of Cantanti Camerati of Richmond.


Armenian & Russian Songs: Saturday 1 June, 7pm:
London based Armenian
Klingen Choir and Cultural Association (KCCA) and London Russian Choir (LRC) are collaborating for the first time to present a spectacular programme of Armenian and Russian songs performed by both choirs at the magnificent St Cuthbert's Church in Kensington. Tenor, Conductor Sipan Olaha from KCCA and Soprano, Conductor Polina Shepherd from LRC are going to conduct their choirs and perform unique solo pieces themselves. There will additionally be solo performances by soprano Hayarpi Yeghikyan and pianist Ingrid Chan. Well known poetry recitalist and actress Jenia Nersisyan will present a poem by the great Armenian writer Hovhannes Tumanyan. It is the 150th birth anniversary of the magnificent writer and most of the Armenian songs of this event are based on his lyrics to highlight his legendary literary heritage. Acclaimed artist Leonie Piladjian will present a picture series of 6 paintings on canvas in Armenian themes. The concert will finish with two joint songs by the Armenian and Russian choirs performed in Armenian and Russian and will be followed by a reception during which people can enjoy the picture exhibition.
Ticket price: £15.  Online tickets available via
eventbrite
Tickets by post: Mrs Narine Petrosyan – tel: 07535699623


Ascension of Our Lord: Sunday 2 June:
10am Family Mass
11am High Mass



The Feast of Pentecost: Sunday 9 June:
10am Family Mass
11am Sung Mass
6pm Evening Prayer and meditations before the Blessed Sacrament



St Cuthbert's Talks: Holy Spirit Who? What? Why? When?:  Monday 10 June 7pm
Talk and discussion with rev Andy Roland followed by refreshments. Free admission. Tickets from eventbrite.


WKMT IXth Music Festival: Saturday 15 June: 10am - 7.30pm:
Due to the yet increasing number WKMT's performers and guests, WKMT has decided to make use of St Cuthbert's and our lovely Yamaga CFX Grand Piano. WKMT's 9th Music Festival will be  running from 10.00am to 7.30 pm: all day long with performances from our students. Guests attendance. - Piano, guitar, singing,... - Drinks and food catering provided all the day.
Use this link to find all the info.



The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity, Sunday 16 June:
10am Family Mass
11am Sung Mass



Baroque Treasures: Music for a summer's evening: Friday 21 June: 7.30pm, St James' Church, Hampton Hill TW12 1DQ
Seb Gillot's Endelienta Baroque present a colourful and varied programme of chamber and vocal music including works by Corelli, Handel, Bach and Vivaldi. Adults £10, Students £5, Under 16s Free. Tickets on the door or contact endelientabaroque@gmail.com



The Feast of Corpus Christi: Sunday 23 June:
10am Family Mass
11am High Mass and Benediction



The Ordination of Calum Zuckert as Deacon, St Paul's Cathedral, Saturday 29 June at 3pm


The Feast of St Peter & St Paul: Sunday 30 June:
10am Family Mass
11am High mass
6pm Evensong and Benediction