April – Upcoming Highlights
Rowena Calvert (cello) Alison Rhind (piano)
|Wednesday 23 April 1.10pm (lunch 12.15pm)|
Schubert: Sonata in A Minor ‘Arpeggione’
Rowena began her musical education in her native Scotland, moving to the Menuhin School when she was 12. In 2002 she was a string finalist in the BBC Young Musicians competition. Since then she has been the recipient of numerous awards and her solo and chamber music engagements have taken her as far afield as India, Thailand and Australia.
Wednesday 23 April 1.10pm (lunch 12.15pm)
Tickets £16 (with lunch) £10 (concert only), £42 (Series of 3 concerts with lunch)
Hannah James and Sam Sweeney
Wednesday 23 April – 8pm
Hannah James and Sam Sweeney ‘Farewell for Now’
As a duo Hannah & Sam have recorded two studio albums: ‘Catches & Glees’ and ‘State & Ancientry’; been nominated for the Horizon Award and Best Duo at the BBC Folk Awards and taken the English folk scene by storm.
We are both sad and thrilled that they are including us on their Farewell Tour! After 13 years of playing and recording together in various guises they are focussing on their solo careers. Hannah will be touring with Lady Maisery and The Maddy Prior Trio, while Sam will continue his work with multi-award winning Bellowhead, Fay Hield & The Hurricane Party, The Full English and Jon Boden & The Remnant Kings.
Wednesday 23 April 8pm
Walton Art Club Presents:
Art in the Barn
2nd to 5th May 2014
Walton Art Club Annual
Our annual exhibition is held for our members to display their work and gives the public a chance to purchase original art work! Our club aim is to help people enjoy art in a friendly atmosphere every Wednesday from 7-9.30pm at Ashley C of E Primary School, Walton. There is no vetting and we welcome everyone with an interest in art.
For further information phone 01932-253185 or visit www.surreycommunity.info/waltonartclub
Phoenix Contemporary Textiles presents:
Threads of Conversation
7th to 25th May 2014
Phoenix Contemporary Textile Group is a group of lively, like-minded textile artists who produce a wide range of hangings, panels and 3D pieces. They combine a variety of mixed media, not necessarily textiles, but paper, felt, wire, dye and paint, often incorporating natural and found objects in their work. Each artist works within their chosen medium, producing both small and large pieces of their work.
An exciting, thought-provoking exhibition inspired by the rich diversity of human communication. Come and meet artists from the group who will be stewarding each day. Free
Our programme of events throughout the year is fantastically diverse. From Classical concerts, to street dance classes, from Stitch workshops to Jazz and folk music.