Free jazz and classics
PUBLISHED: 15:20 14 January 2009 | UPDATED: 17:23 16 August 2010
MUSIC fans can beat the credit crunch with a series of free concerts this year. Trinity College of Music present three performances from opera to jazz every week during term time.
MUSIC fans can beat the credit crunch with a series of free concerts this year.
Trinity College of Music present three performances from opera to jazz every week during term time.
Every Tuesday, the free Lunchtime Concerts Series will be held in Trinity's home at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich.
Highlights will include piano music by Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Ravel and Francis Poulenc as part of the French Chamber Music Festival on February 3 and a recital of Haydn Piano Sonatas on March 3.
All performances are at 1.05pm.
Thursday lunchtime concerts will take place in St Alfege Church with highlights including Delicie Musicale on February 12 and The Trinity Saxes on March 26.
Performances are at 1.10pm.
In the evenings, Jazz fans can enjoy the Beats in the Bar series with students performing alongside guest artists include Jean Toussaint, Andrea Vicary, Malcolm Earle-Smith, Martin Speake and Nick Weldon.
Performances are at 7.30pm on Tuesday at the Recital Room in Blackheath Halls and Thursday in Oliver's Wine Bar in Greenwich.
For more information on all Trinity College of Music events, go to www.tcm.ac.uk/whatson.
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