Past concerts


Recent concerts


For earlier concerts see 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2010 & 2011



Summer Concert.  Haydn - Symphony 100 Military (movements 2 and 4), Segey Lunev - Once in a Big City, Schumann - Piano Concerto (1st movement), Dvorak - Symphony No 8 ( movements 3 and 4) 

Kingston Third Age Orchestra Spring Concert 3 pm Sunday 2 April 2017, St andrews Parish Church, Surbiton KT6 4DS  Beethoven, Egmont OP 84, Vaughan Williams, Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus, Walton, Five Miniatures for Wind, Saint-Saens, Introduction and ondo Capriccioso OP 28, Solist, Pierre Frapier, Mozart, Symphony No 35 The Haffner in D K385.  Conductor Rupert Bond, Leader Nicola Garty.



K3AO Winter Concert 2016 3 pm Sunday 4 December 2016, Kingston Parish Church, Mozart, Overture to the Magic Flute, Haydn, Kleine Orgelmesse (Harmonie Choir), Haydn, Te Deum in C (Orchestra and Harmonie Choir), Beethoven, Symphony No 2.  Conductor, David Ward.


K3AOrchestra Summer Music, Schubert, Overture in the Italian Style in C major, Weber, Concertino for Clarinet and Orchestra in Eb major, Soloist, Helen Pierce, George Butterworth, The Banks of Green Willow, Mozart, Piano Concerto in A major, solist, David Ward.  Conductor David Ward, Leader Madeleine Easton.



K3AO Spring Concert, 3pm Sunday 20 March, All Saints Parish Church, Kingston, KT1 1JP:  Handel, Concerto Grosso OP 6 no 2; Richard Strauss, Serenade for 13 Wind Instruments OP 7; Brahms, Violin Concerto in D Major;  Soloist Madeleine Easton; Conductor, David Ward. ,










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Next concert

Winter Concert

(with the Harmonie Choir)

3.0 p.m.

Sunday 26 November 2017

All Saints' Parish Church

Kingston KT1 1JP



Prometheus Overture


Hear My Prayer


Choral Cantata:
Vom Himmel Hoch


Symphony No 4


Conductor: Rupert Bond

Leader: Madeleine Easton