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Upcoming Events

St Mary’s plays host to a number of musicians – soloists, ensembles, choirs, and school groups. We host a summer Organ Festival each year from mid-May to mid-July, as well as holding lunchtime recitals on the first and third Fridays each month during term time. Use the filters below to view the events most suited to you.

Lunchtime Recitals Series

24th Jan 20 1:15 PM


Lucy Morrell organ  (St Mary’s, Warwick)

Free
Organ Recitals

Leamington Early Music Series

28th Jan 20 7:30 PM


THE GONZAGA BAND

Faye Newton soprano
Jamie Savan and Helen Roberts cornets
Oliver Webber and Theresa Caudle violins
Steven Devine organ and harpsichord

 

Venice 1629.  Acclaimed period ensemble The Gonzaga Band, directed by Jamie Savan, explores this extraordinary year in the life of composers Monteverdi, Castello, Grandi, Marini, and many more in this most musical of cities.

 

Concert generously supported by John and Jean Morgan

www.leamingtonmusic.org

From £13
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Armonico Consort

1st Feb 20 7:30 PM


J.S. BACH MASS IN B MINOR

ARMONICO CONSORT & BAROQUE ORCHESTRA

Director  Christopher Monks

Soprano  Elin Manahan Thomas

 

Generously sponsored by David Phillips & Phillips and Becker Accountants Ltd.

www.armonico.org.uk

From £12.50
Concert

Lunchtime Recitals Series

7th Feb 20 1:15 PM


Young Musicians from King Henry VIII School:

Theo Bratton  piano

Jasmine Close violin

Dharma Muthalagappan piano

Free
Concert

The Sixteen

15th Feb 20 7:30 PM


Handel Acis & Galatea

The Sixteen present the most popular dramatic work of Handel’s lifetime; a tale of love, tragedy and liberation, with the eternal love between mortal shepherd Acis and goddess Galatea doomed by the jealous cyclops Polyphemus. Staying true to the premiere in 1718, this intimate concert performance features a select group of five singers, and nine instrumentalists from The Orchestra of The Sixteen.

‘Christophers uses stylish Handelians and consort singers who blend to perfection in this intimate chamber performance.’ The Sunday Times

 

Performers:

Selected instrumentalists from the Orchestra of The Sixteen

Harry Christophers: conductor

Grace Davidson: Galatea

Jeremy Budd: Acis

Mark Dobell: Damon

Simon Berridge: Coridon

Stuart Young: Polyphemus
 

https://thesixteen.com/events/handel-acis-galatea-warwick/ 

From £15
Concert

Leamington Early Music Series

18th Feb 20 7:30 PM


DAME EMMA KIRKBY AND DOWLAND WORKS

Dame Emma Kirkby and Gwendolen Martin sopranos
Clemmie Franks alto
Michael Solomon Williams tenor
Gareth Thomas bass
Sam Brown and Toby Carr lutes
Peter McCarthy viola da gamba

 

The music of John Dowland forms the core of this intimate programme, which brings together young performers and seasoned specialists in an exploration of the rich heritage of lute songs left to us by Dowland and some of his contemporaries such as John Danyel, John Coprario, and Angelo Notari. The concert forms part of Dame Emma’s 70th Birthday Tour.

 

Concert generously supported by John and Jean Morgan

www.leamingtonmusic.org

From £13
Concert

Lunchtime Recitals Series

21st Feb 20 1:15 PM


Mark Swinton organ (St Mary’s, Warwick)

Free
Organ Recitals

Collegium Warwick

29th Feb 20 7:30 PM


Collegium Warwick with Beauchamp Sinfonietta

Oliver Hancock  Director

 

Beethoven  Mass in C

Vivaldi  Gloria

From £15
Concert

Lunchtime Recitals Series

6th Mar 20 1:15 PM


Oliver Hancock organ (St Mary’s, Warwick)

Free
Organ Recitals

An Evening of Flanders and Swann

14th Mar 20 7:30 PM


An Evening of Flanders & Swann

Oliver and Samuel Hancock drop their hats at St Mary's, Warwick. Join us for an evening of gas men, armadillos and Madeira.

Fizz reception and canapés.

Fundraising concert for St Mary's Choir Tour to Poland in August 2020

From £15
Concert

Lunchtime Recitals Series

20th Mar 20 1:15 PM


Young Musicians from Warwick School

Free
Concert

Leamington Early Music Series

24th Mar 20 7:30 PM


THE ORLANDO CONSORT

Matthew Venner alto
Mark Dobell and Angus Smith tenors
Donald Greig baritone

 

Guillaume de Machaut: Portrait of a Genius

The Orlando Consort’s new programme demonstrates the full lyrical beauty, the sensual imagery and the inspired harmonic brilliance that lies in the work of this truly great poet – a direct inspiration to Chaucer – and composer.

 

www.leamingtonmusic.org

From £13
Concert

Lunchtime Recitals Series

3rd Apr 20 1:15 PM


Mark Swinton organ (St Mary’s, Warwick)

Free
Organ Recitals