Classical benefit concert on Telegraph Hill

Monday 19th April, 2010.
St. Catherine’s Church, on the corner of Kitto and Pepys Roads, SE14 5TY
7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)
£10.00 on the door or at the Farmers Market on the 17th (£5.00 concessions)

Internationally acclaimed viola player Alexander Zemtsov has generously agreed to give a benefit recital in aid of BOLD VISION’s café project for Telegraph Hill.

Don’t miss this chance to hear these wonderful musicians in a programme of music by Bach, Schubert, Hindemith and Brahms.


Frogger said...

Sounds good. Do you know what pieces they're playing?

Tamsin said...


Bach Movements from Suite No. 5
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata
Hindemith Sonata Op.25 No.1
Brahms Sonata No. 2 in E flat

and if anyone can print off a poster for their workplace let me know and I will send you a pdf. Let's get people coming down here for something other than the Channel 5 show at the Rivoli, and if they use NXG they can come on the new Overground - although Brockley is closer.

Tamsin said...

Tickets for this for sale in tomorrow's Farmers Market in the Lower Park - also pick up for free a copy of the programme.

Tamsin said...

Blatantly dragging this to the top again - but mentioning, in case anyone is interested and has missed the non-existent publicity, that the Buster Keaton Film, The General, is being shown in the Broadway Theatre Catford, with soundtrack live from their restored "mighty Compton Organ". Three o'clock this afternoon (Sunday).

Tamsin said...

Anyone fully familiar with Buster Keaton films? I was convinced taht the classic scene where he is walking between opposing lines of Union and Confederate armies with a double sided flag and half and half uniform (and so shot at by neither until the wind changes and both sides start firing on him) was in this film - but it wasn't. Can anyone enlighten me?

Great fun, though. High speed train chases beat the car equivalent hands down. Will definitely keep an eye out for the next one.

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