2010 & 2011 concerts

 

 Kingston U3A 20th Anniversary Gala Concert - Tuesday 13 December 2011 7.30 pm All Saints Parish Church, Kingston; U3A Singers, conductor Glyn Harvey; U3A Singing for Fun Group, conductor Jess Blake; U3A Orchestra conductor David Ward;  Programme includes Holst Christmas Day; Faure Cantique de Jean Racine; Corelli Christmas Concerto; Songs old and new from home and around the world.

 

 

Kingston U3A Orchestra Inaugural Season Summer Concert, Sunday 22 May 2011 at 3 pm. Mendelssohn Symphony No 1 in C minor; Peter Warlock, Capriol Suite; Gounod, Petite Symphonie; Malcolm Arnold, Trevelyan Suite. Leader John Kitchen, conductor David Ward.  United reformed Church, Eden Street, Kingston KT1 1HZ.

 

Kingston U3A Orchestra Inaugural Concert, Sunday 28 November 2010 at 3 pm.  Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D minor; Raff, Sinfoniette for Ten Winds; Betthoven, Symphony No 1 in C major.  Soloists John Kitchen, Peter Nall. conductor David Ward.  United Reformed Church, Eden Street, Kingston KT1 1HZ

 

 

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Young composer

K3AO are pleased to announce that the Young Composer commission for 2019 has been awarded to Greg Harradine. His work, The Incandenza Variations will be performed at our summer concert.

Greg is a former student at Kingston University (2006-10: BMus in Music Technology (first class)) and an MMus in Composing for Film & TV.  Since then he has worked as a freelance composer, pianist and teacher.  

Next concert

Summer Music

 

11.30 am
Wednesday 26 June 2019

Kingston United Reformed Church
Eden St.  Kingston KT1 1HZ

Dvoƙák:  

Czech Suite (2 mvts)

Chopin:  

Piano Concerto in F minor (1st mvt)

Greg Harradine:  

The Incandenza Variations

Mendelssohn:   

Italian Symphony
(mvts 2 and 4)