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Concerts

Music at Lunchtime – Wednesdays at 1:30pm
All Saints Oakham

Every Wednesday through the year (except over Christmas & New Year) there is a short lunchtime concert (lasting about 20/30 minutes) at All Saints Oakham. During term time these are presented by Oakham School, featuring their pupils and staff. Catmose College often present one or two concerts at the end of term, and during the holiday period concerts are arranged by the All Saints Concert Society on behalf of the Church.

Admission is free, but there is a retiring collection in aid of Church funds.

Bank Holiday Monday Organ Recitals at 11:15am
All Saints Oakham

Enjoy the opportunity to hear the splendid Kenneth Tickell organ in All Saints Oakham on Bank Holiday Monday mornings. Recitals last about 50/60 minutes, and are followed by lunch in the church hall opposite the church.

Admission is free (retiring collection in aid of Church funds), and lunch costs just £5.

Other Concerts

Occasional evening concerts take place at Oakham, and also at some of the village churches, particularly Langham – full details are listed below.

Details of Forthcoming Concerts

 

Jun 27 @ 1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Oakham School Chamber Choir Bernstein Warm-Up Whitacre Alleluia Gershwin Summertime Bernstein Make our garden grow
1:30 pm
Anne Mortimer saxophone and Peter Davis piano
Jun 29 @ 1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Thomas McDavid Operatic arias by Verdi, Handel & Mozart
1:30 pm
Lauren Taylor cello & Jill Wallis piano
1:30 pm
Ingrid Heldt soprano & Jennifer Partridge piano
1:30 pm
Katie Marshall soprano & Keith Hannis piano
1:30 pm
Paul Butler & Linda Hall piano duet
1:30 pm
Annabelle Pepper soprano & Jennifer Partridge piano
Aug 27 @ 11:15 am
11:15 am
David Price, from Thailand, visits us near the end of his summer UK tour Francis Jackson Procession John Stanley Suite in D major – Introduction; Trumpet Tune; Moderato; Allegro Johann Sebastian Bach Toccata in F major (BWV 540) César Frank Pastorale, No.4 from ‘Six Pièces’ Jean Langlais Te Deum No 3 from ‘Trois paraphrases Grégoriennes’ Followed by lunch in the Church Hall…