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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Next concert

Christmas Concert

(with the Harmonie Choir)


3 pm Sunday 9 December 2018
All Saints Parish Church
Kingston KT1 1JP


Music commemorating
the Armistice in 1918
A selection of
Christmas music

George Butterworth:
The Banks of Green Willow
Rupert Bond:
Fantasia on Southwell (Damon 1579): A Verse Anthem
Sir Edward Elgar:
Nimrod  - Variation 9 of the Enigma Variations
Maurice Ravel:
Le Tombeau de Couperin

Ralph Vaughan Williams:
The Lark Ascending
Frederick Delius:
Sleigh Ride
Ralph Vaughan Williams:
Fantasia on Christmas Carols
... and carols.