Langton Concerts

2021 Season

2020 would have marked the 10th anniversaty of the Langton concerts, which have grown from a very modest beginning to clebrate the reurbishment of the church, the restoration of the bells and the refurbushment of the organ.
The 2020 season was obviously cancelled, as was a plan to hold a concert in May 2021.  The  May 2020 concert was reinstated  as the autumn concert in 2021 and was remarkable as being the first concert in which a piano (actually a fortepiano) was heard in the church.
A full house heard music by Beethoven and Mozart and enjoyed the now traditional excellent drinks and canapes in the church afterwards.
The concert proved the positive words of the remarkable Capt Sir Tom Moore, who died in early 2020:  “For all those people who are finding it difficult at the moment: the sun will shine on you again and the clouds will go away.

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2022 Season

The 2022 programme is now being prepared and we plan to retutn to the normal schedule of one concert in mid May and another in early September.
Please keep watching this page for details.

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Note that the concerts have become increasingly well known – leaving very few if any places available on the night.

It is highly recommended to book early to avoid disappointment.

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Previous Langton concerts

September 2010 – Edward Bennett and Andrew Hancock (organ), Clare Douglas (soprano)

May 2011 – Harriet Adie (harp), Caroline Adie (cor anglais & oboe)

September 2011 – Stephanie Oade (‘cello,) Andrew Booth (guitar)

May 2012 – Michael Bochmann (violin), Carol Hubel-Allen (viola), Nella Hunkins (‘cello)

September 2012 – Holly Melia (flute), Catherine Landen (violin) & Ali Vennart (viola)

May 2013 – Calum Robertson (organ & clarinet) & Tom Poulson (trumpet)

September 2013 – Continuum Trio.  Elizabeth Walker (flute), Christopher Poffley (violin), Michael Overbury (harpsichord)

May 2014 – St Martin Singers

September 2014 – Huw Wiggin (soprano saxophone), Ellie McMurray (alto saxophone), Jose Banuls (tenor saxophone), Shevaughan Beere (baritone saxophone)

May 2015 – Orlando Jopling (cello)

September 2015 – Matthew Scott (clarinet), Julia Pusker and Antonia Kesel (violins), Ugne Tiskute (viola), Cecilia Bagnall (cello) (Concert supported by Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital Scheme)

May 2016 – Sarah Bennett (flute), Oliver Cave (violin), Luba Tunnicliffe (viola, Peteris Sokolovkis (‘cello)  (Concert supported by Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital Scheme)

September 2016 – Eolienne Wind Quintet – Rosie Bowker (flute), Chris Hatton (clarinet), Laura Campbell (oboe), Gregory Topping (bassoon), Sian Collins (French horn).

May 2017 – Hannah Morgan (oboe),  Anne Denholm (harp) (Concert supported by Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital Scheme)

September 2017 – Piers Adams (recorders) and David Wright (harpsichord) of Red Priest

May 2018 – Magnard Ensemble  –  Suzannah Clements (née Watson)  (flute),  Mana Shibata  (oboe), Joseph Shiner (clarinet),  Jonathan Farey (French horn),  Catriona McDermid (bassoon).   (Concert supported by Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital Scheme)

September 2018 –  Heath Quartet (Oliver Heath and Sara Wolstenholme – violins; Gary Pomeroy – viola; Christopher Murray – cello)

May 2019 – Musicians of the Dreaming Spires (Celia Redgate – flute; Christopher Redgate – oboe; Helen Pitstow – violin; David Lewis – viola; Coral Lancaster – cello)

September 2019 – Ensemble Mirage  (Matthew Scott – clarinet; Alexandra Lomeiko and Rose Hinton – violins; Emily Pond – viola; Michael Newman – cello)

September 2021 – Ensemble DeNOTE (John Irving (fortepiano), Jane Booth (clarinet), Marcus Barcham-Stevens (violin), Oliver Wilson (viola), and Ruth Alford (cello)

 

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Visitors to this website may also be interested in the excellent series of autumn, winter and spring concerts put on by the Louth Concert Society.

See http://louthconcertsociety.uk

Please also note the Lincolnshire International Chamber Music Festival website with details of its periodic programmes

See www.LICMF.org.uk

 

Page updated 25/9/21