• Sat
    15
    Nov
    2014
    12:30 pmSt Mary's Old Church, Stoke Newington, London

    The Andrews Massey Duo have been invited to perform a recital in this East London guitar festival. We'll perform our arrangements of "Standchen" and "Gute Nacht" by Schubert, then "Toward the Sea" by Toru Takemitsu, and then premiere our brand new arrangement of La Folia by a mix of composers including Marais, Bach, Ponce and Giuliani.

    Tickets are available in advance from their website: http://www.stokenewguitarfest.com/stokenewguitarfest.com/Concerts.html

     

  • Sat
    29
    Nov
    2014
    7:30 pmSt Mary the Virgin, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 2LR

    The Andrews Massey Duo will be returning to this stunning medieval church in Hayes for the start of advent again this year, but this time we will be joined by violinist Fuensanta Zambrana Ruiz, guitarist Francisco Correa and organist/harpsichordist Graham Davies. We will be mixing and matching the instrumentalists to bring you a delightfully varied programme, including Rameau on violin, flute and organ, Vivaldi guitar concerto accompanied by harpsichord, flute and violin, Teleman for flute, violin and harpsichord, and perhaps a guitar duo as well! We will also perform some Christmas Carols from the Andrews Massey Duo "make merry" so it will really be an extremely varied and fun recital. Please come and bring friends! Tickets are £10, available on the door.

  • Fri
    05
    Dec
    2014
    1:00 pmCharlton House, Greenwich

    We will be performing Christmas Carols our way at this beautiful venue in leafy Greenwich. The concerts are free, but bring change for the delicious cakes on sale in the cafe, and also to buy our CDs...

  • Tue
    09
    Dec
    2014
    7:30 pmSt Peter's Church, Vauxhall, London

    Graham and I are putting on this concert to raise money for the desperately-needed organ reparation at this historic church in Vauxhall. Tickets will be £10, and the money goes to a very good cause. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Keyed Up Organ Fund website - enter the right amount of money, and in the comments section write your name, the number of tickets you are buying, and the date of the concert (9th December Concert). The concert is one hour long, with no interval, but please stay for drinks and a chat afterwards.

  • Thu
    11
    Dec
    2014
    12:45 pmSt Mary's Church, Aylesbury, HP20 4JJ

    David Massey and I will be performing a special Christmas concert at this lovely venue in the heart of Aylesbury - come and join in the festive spirit. Tickets are a bargain at £4 but do bring some change to buy our "make merry" Christmas CD as a souvenir - or a present?

  • Tue
    20
    Jan
    2015
    9am - middayManorfield Primary School

    David and I will be performing workshops during assembalies for the children at Manorfield Primary School in East London - in total for over 400 children. Workshops will differ slightly depending on the age of the children in the group, but all will involve a balance between performing short pieces to demonstrate our instruments, and interactive learning activities.

    If you would like to book me to run a similar workshop in a school near you, please get in touch.

  • Sun
    08
    Feb
    2015
    6:30 pmKings Place Hall 1, London

    This exciting concert, produced in collaboration with London Chamber Music Society, marks Firebird’s King’s Place début and features the internationally acclaimed cellist Raphael Wallfisch.

    J S Bach - Air & Gavotte from Orchestra Suite no. 3 in D
    Haydn - Cello Concerto no. 1 in C, Hob.VIIb:1
    Rossini - Une Larme
    Mozart - Symphony no. 41 in C, K. 551 (‘Jupiter’)

    Conductor Jonathan Bloxham
    Cello Raphael Wallfisch

    Tickest cost between £15.50 and £29.50. For more information please see the Firebird Orchestra website

  • Thu
    26
    Mar
    2015
    7:30 pmSt Pancras Church, Euston Road, NW1 2BA

    This project is a collaboration between the London Firebird Orchestra and Middlesex University composition students. The concert will include two new pieces by Middx Uni students, and Mozart Piano Concerto 20 in D minor, with a soloist from the university, alongside the Requiem.

  • Sat
    28
    Mar
    2015
    8:00 pmEnglish Martyrs Church, Didcot, OX11 7AJ

    I am playing flute and piccolo for this concert with Didcot Choral Society. Brahms Requiem is one of the very best, so do come if you haven't heard it before!

    For more information see the Didcot Choral Society website.

  • Tue
    21
    Apr
    2015
    7:45 pm St James's, Sussex Gardens, London W2 3UD

    Programme includes Beethoven 3, and Beethoven Violin Concerto in D, with soloist Thomas Gould.

    For more information and to book tickets, please see the London Firebird Orchestra website.

  • Fri
    24
    Apr
    2015
    7:15 pmAll Saints Church, Fulham, (Putney Bridge Underground)

    PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY START TIME! (Last time I performed here I arrived back at the church at 7.14, not realising the rush!!)

    This is a family friendly concert, lasting only 35 minutes, and our programme will consist of beautiful classical music by Mozart and Schubert. More information can be found on the Music By The Bridge website.

  • Sun
    10
    May
    2015
    7:30 pmThe Anvil, Basingstoke

    I'll be playing 2nd flute with the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London for this concert in The Anvil in Basingstoke.

    Mendelssohn The Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave)
    Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
    Calin Huma Symphony "Carpatica" (World Premiere)

    Andrey Baranov violin
    Christopher Petrie conductor

    Full price tickets range from £15 to £30 and can be bought from the Anvil's website.

  • Thu
    28
    May
    2015
    12:30 pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Church Road, Leatherhead, KT22 8AY

    David and I are very happy to have been invited back to Leatherhead to perform again in this excellent lunchtime recital series. Programme to be confirmed nearer the time.

    More information about the recital series can be found on their website here.

    Admission is free but please bring plenty of change for the retiring collection, and also for the sandwiches, cakes and tea served in the church after the concert.

  • Sun
    31
    May
    2015
    6.30 - 7.30pmSt Andrew's Church, Chinnor, Oxfordshire OX39 4PG

    Graham and I will be performing beautiful pieces on flute and organ, in this evening recital in Chinnor, Oxfordshire. Pieces by Couperin, Rameau, Telemann, Handel and Frederick the Great. I'm also doing a solo flute piece by Piazzolla to shake things up a bit!

  • Sat
    06
    Jun
    2015
    7:30 pmSt Leonards of Bengeo, SG14 3JW

    David and I will be performing an evening recital in Hertford's oldest building! The Norman church is really very special so please click on this link to see some pictures and learn something about it's history.

    Programme will include our new Mozart arrangement (from a violin and viola sonata), some Schubert and Takemitsu. More information nearer the time.

  • Tue
    16
    Jun
    2015
    7:30 pmSt Paul's Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED

    This Gala Concert will include Sibelius 5, and Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto number 1, with soloist Marc Corbett-Weaver, conducted by Edward Farmer.

    For more information and to book tickets, please see the London Firebird Orchestra website.

  • Tue
    16
    Jun
    2015
    7:30 pmSt Paul's Church, Covent Garden, WC2E 9ED

    I'm playing first flute in this concert with the excellend London Firebird Orchestra. Tickets cost between £15 and £35 although I can get a couple of special concession tickets at £10 if I know you're coming - so email me if you want one!

    Programme:

    Barnaby Martin “Stillness” from the Kalamos Suite (World Première)
    Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto no. 1 in B flat, Op. 23
    Sibelius Symphony no. 5 in E flat, Op. 82

    Conductor Edward Farmer
    Composer Barnaby Martin
    Piano Marc Corbett-Weaver

    For more details and tickets see the London Firebird Orchestra website

  • Sun
    28
    Jun
    2015
    7:30 pmCharterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey

    I'm playing first flute in this production of Brahms' Requiem with Godalming Choral Society. Please contact me for more information, or see the choral society website here.

  • Mon
    20
    Jul
    2015
    Sun
    26
    Jul
    2015
    Jurignac, near Angouleme, FRANCE

    I will be the flute teacher at this wonderful summer school in the Cognac region of France. The all-inclusive food and drinks are delicious, the scenery inspiring (cognac vines all around), and you will receive masterclasses every day, as well as be put into chamber groups and receive coaching with piano or guitar or strings. It really does make a wonderful week, and don't worry if you don't speak French - I will teach in both languages. Please get in touch if you are interested in coming, and I will send details of how to apply.

    For more information please see the course website:

  • Thu
    06
    Aug
    2015
    12:30 pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Church Road, Leatherhead, KT22 8AY

    I'll be reaming up with my great friend from the Royal Academy of Music, Icelandic pianist Eva Hilmarsdottir, for this recital in Leatherhead - and we are so looking forward to it!

    In celebration of this grand reunion, we're performing a programme of entirely English and Icelandic music:
    Handel, Lennox Berkeley, Daniel S Wood, Atli Heimar and Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson.

    More information about the recital series can be found on their website here.

    Admission is free but please bring plenty of change for the retiring collection, and also for the tea served in the church after the concert.

  • Fri
    11
    Sep
    2015
    7:30 pmRickmansworth, venue tbc

    David and I have a lovely programme planned for this evening recital, mixing classical and folk, European with South American, and some new pieces for us as well as some of our old favourites:

    Schubert (arr Boehm/Massey) - Standchen
    Bach - Suite BWV997 arrangement
    Barrios - Un sueno en la floresta (solo guitar)
    Christopher Caliendo - Amanacer and Impulso
    -
    Traditional Folk (Arranged Andrews/Massey) - Molly Malone, Wayfaring Stranger, Dance to your Daddy
    Schubert (arr Boehm/Massey) - Gute Nacht, Die Taubenpost
    Mozart (arr Fisk/Andrews) - K423 Duo Sonata
    Andy Scott (arr Massey) - Sonata for flute and harp, movement 3

    For tickets and how to book please see the Three Rivers Concert Society website

  • Fri
    25
    Sep
    2015
    7:30 pmLorne and Lowland Church, Campbeltown, Scotland, PA28 6EX

    I will be touring Argyll and Bute between 25th September and 4th October 2015 with my guitarist duo partner David Massey, as the Andrews Massey Duo.

    For individual concert programme details and ticket information please refer to the Andrews Massey Duo website events page.

    Many thanks

  • Sun
    27
    Sep
    2015
    3:00 pmCowal Golf Club, Ardenslate Rd, Argyll, Scotland PA23 8LT

    I will be touring Argyll and Bute between 25th September and 4th October 2015 with my guitarist duo partner David Massey, as the Andrews Massey Duo.

    For individual concert programme details and ticket information please refer to the Andrews Massey Duo website events page.

    Many thanks

  • Fri
    02
    Oct
    2015
    7:30 pmRothesay Trinity Church, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland

    I will be touring Argyll and Bute between 25th September and 4th October 2015 with my guitarist duo partner David Massey, as the Andrews Massey Duo.

    For individual concert programme details and ticket information please refer to the Andrews Massey Duo website events page.

    Many thanks

  • Sat
    03
    Oct
    2015
    7:30 pmArdrishaig Public Hall, Chalmers Street, Ardrishaig, Scotland, PA30 8EY

    I will be touring Argyll and Bute between 25th September and 4th October 2015 with my guitarist duo partner David Massey, as the Andrews Massey Duo.

    For individual concert programme details and ticket information please refer to the Andrews Massey Duo website events page.

    Many thanks

  • Sun
    04
    Oct
    2015
    3:00 pmSt John's Cathedral, Oban, Scotland

    I will be touring Argyll and Bute between 25th September and 4th October 2015 with my guitarist duo partner David Massey, as the Andrews Massey Duo.

    For individual concert programme details and ticket information please refer to the Andrews Massey Duo website events page.

    Many thanks

  • Sun
    11
    Oct
    2015
    7:00 pmCadogan Hall

    I'm playing 2nd flute in this concert with Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra of London in Cadogan Hall. Repertoire includes Tchaikovsky 6th Symphony. More information to follow.

  • Tue
    13
    Oct
    2015
    12.30pm-1.10pmMarlborough Road Methodist Church, St Albans

    I will returning to Marlborough Road Methodist Church with my organist friend Graham Davies, to perform this short lunchtime recital. Entry is free, but bring change for the collection, and sandwiches/biscuits and tea after the concert.

  • Fri
    16
    Oct
    2015
    7.30pm, 9.30pml'Archipel, 26 bis rue de St Petersbourg, PARIS

    I will be performing with my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa in this very cool venue in Paris. It's a church that's being used as a library and also a concert space, and instead of seats they have hammocks hanging everywhere, one per couple. A hammock for the concert costs 30 euros (for two people), and you can lie (swing) there and relax and enjoy our music!

    There are two concerts, one at 7.30-8.45pm, and another late night one at 9.30-10.45pm.

    Programme:

    Schubert arr. Boehm/Massey Standchen, Die Taubenpost
    Astor Piazzolla Histoire du Tango (Bordel 1900, Cafe 1930, Nightclub 1960)
    Lucas Saboya Bellavista
    Mauro Giuliani Gran duo Concertante op 85 (movements 1, 2 et 4)
    Isaac Albeniz Mallorca (solo guitarre)
    Francisco Gonzalez 2 Danses (Danza de los Amantes Efemeros, Danza Nocturna)
    Mozart arr Massey Allegro, premier movement de Sonate K330 en Do
    Fernandez arr. Correa/Andrews El Diablo Suelto

    To book tickets, please visit the l'Archipel booking site. See you there!

  • Tue
    20
    Oct
    2015
    7:30 pmSt Paul's Church, Covent Garden, WC2E 9ED

    This is the first London Firebird Orchestra concert of the 2015/2016 season, and I'm very much looking forward to playing with them again, particularly with the fabulous soloist Jennifer Pike.

    The programme is:

    Mozart Overture to Don Giovanni
    Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
    Dvorak Symphony no. 8 in G, Op. 88

    Tickets cost between £15 and £35 and can be reserved in advance by email. For more information on ticket booking, or the concert, please visit the London Firebird Orchestra's website.

  • Mon
    30
    Nov
    2015
    1.15 - 2 pmAll Saints Church, Kingston

    David and I will be performing a mixture of Schubert songs and our Christmas carol arrangements from our hit CD "make merry" at this lunchtime concert in the heart of Kingston upon Thames, London.

    The concert is free, but there is a retiring collection (doesn't go to the musicians unfortunately!). Also, our CDs will be for sale after the concert, so make sure you have some cash or cheques on you - they make great Christmas presents!

  • Sat
    05
    Dec
    2015
    11:00 amSt Michael's Church, Sittingbourne

    David and I will be performing our Christmas carol arrangements from our hit CD "make merry" at this lunchtime concert in Sittingbourne, Kent.

    I believe the concert is free, but I am not sure so please check! Our CDs will be for sale after the concert, so make sure you have some cash or cheques on you - they make great Christmas presents!

  • Mon
    07
    Dec
    2015
    1.10 - 1.50pmAll Saints Church, High Wycombe

    David and I will be performing our world-music arrangements of Traditional Christmas Carols, as featured on our CD "Make Merry", at this free lunchtime concert in High Wycombe (where, incidentally, I went to school). CDs will be for sale after the concert, for £10, so do bring some money in case!

  • Fri
    11
    Dec
    2015
    1:00 pmRegent Hall, Oxford Street, London

    David Massey and I will be performing live versions of our Christmas Carol arrangements from our popular album "make merry". You can find out more about this album on the Andrews Massey Duo website "make merry" page.

    Entrance to the concert is free, and you can catch up on Christmas shopping while you're in Oxford Street, so please come and bring your kids/parents/friends - they will love it.

    For an idea of the music we will play, see the Christmas videos on the Andrews Massey Duo Videos page.

    CD's will be for sale after the concert at £10 (saving postage costs of ordering online).

  • Sun
    17
    Jan
    2016
    3pm - 5pmQuaker Meeting House, Railway Street, Hertford, SG14 1BA

    David and I (as The Andrews Massey Duo) are very happy to have been booked to perform for Hertford Music Club. The afternoon concert will comprise two 40 minute halves around a 30 minute interval, and finish at 5, so perfect entertainment for a dark winter's afternoon (and still time for a pub meal afterwards!)

    The concert will definitely include some of our arrangements of Schubert and Mozart from our CD Stolen Serenades, as well as some of our newer repertoire. More information about programme and tickets to follow.

  • Sun
    07
    Feb
    2016
    3:00 pmKilmallie Hall, Corpach, Fort William, SCOTLAND

    David Massey and I are looking forward to visiting this stunning part of Scotland for an evening recital in February 2016.
    For more information and ticket prices see the Music For All website

    We have a lovely programme lined up - all our current favourite pieces! Here it is:

    Schubert (arr Boehm/Massey) – Standchen, Gute Nacht, Die Taubenpost
    Bach - Suite BWV997 arrangement
    Trad - British folk music, own arrangements
    -
    Mozart (arr Fisk/Andrews) - K423 Duo Sonata
    Ibert (arr Massey) - 3 minatures from Histoires
    Andy Scott (arr Massey) - Sonata for flute and harp

  • Wed
    24
    Feb
    2016
    7:35 pmSt James' Paddington, London

    This concert by the London Firebird Orchestra is called Fantasia, and you can read more about this theme and buy tickets here. Please note tickets MUST be reserved in advance for this concert (and I have a few discounts, so contact me if you would like a £10 ticket).

    The programme is:
    Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
    Elgar Introduction & Allegro
    Beethoven Symphony no. 7 in A, Op. 92

    Conducted by Michael Thrift.
    I'll be playing first flute, and am very much looking forward to the concert.

  • Thu
    25
    Feb
    2016
    7:30 pmSt John's Notting Hill, London

    I'm playing 3rd flute and piccolo in this concert, with my good friend Michael Liu on first flute (and sounding fab). It's my first time with this excellent ensemble, but I hope won't be the last!

    Programme is:
    Beethoven Coriolan Overture
    Mahler 4

    Conducted by James Henshaw.

    For more information see the Outcry Ensemble website.

  • Sat
    27
    Feb
    2016
    10.30-11.15amUnited Reform Church, Faversham, Kent

    David and I will be using this short coffee concert to try out some of our new repertoire, including Pujol Suite de Buenos Aires. We'll be performing a mix of classical and folk, old and new, and will keep it short and sweet as the series dictates. Looking forward to it!

  • Fri
    11
    Mar
    2016
    Sun
    13
    Mar
    2016
    Aschaffenburger, Germany

    The Andrews Massey Duo have been accepted to perform and compete in this highly-regarded international competition for guitar chamber music, held every two years in Aschaffenburger, Germany. We have a challenging programme, including some new repertoire, and are busy working towards this exciting event already. We will let you know how we do! (Facebook and twitter updates from Germany - follow @duo_am)

  • Wed
    23
    Mar
    2016
    7:30 pmSt Pancras Church, Euston Road, London

    London Firebird Orchestra, as part of their residency with Middlesex University, will be joining with the university's choral society to perform the following programme:

    Saint-Saëns Requiem
    Debussy Prelude a l'apres midi d'un faune
    Première of a New Student Composition
    Hovhaness Tzaikerk (Evening Song)

    Orchestral Conductor: George Jackson
    Choral Condutor: Jonathan Rathbone

    Tickets available on the door.

  • Thu
    31
    Mar
    2016
    7:30 pmSt Luke's Church, Sidney Street, Chelsea, London

    This concert is the culmination of an intensive conducting masterclass - so each conductor who took part in the masterclass will perform one movement of a symphony either by Haydn or by Brahms. It's always a very varied evening, and great fun to watch the different conductors' approaches, one after the other. It also keeps the orchestra on our toes! Do come if you're interested - or message me for more details.

  • Sat
    02
    Apr
    2016
    7:30 pmSt Luke's Church, Sidney Street, Chelsea, London

    This concert is the culmination of an intensive conducting masterclass - so each conductor who took part in the masterclass will perform one movement of a symphony either by Haydn or by Brahms. It's always a very varied evening, and great fun to watch the different conductors' approaches, one after the other. It also keeps the orchestra on our toes! Do come if you're interested - or message me for more details.

  • Sat
    16
    Apr
    2016
    3:00 pmSt Mary's Beaminster, Dorset

    Our programme for this Saturday afternoon recital in Dorset will be:

    Schubert (arr Boehm/Massey) Standchen
    Mozart – (arr Fisk/Andrews) K423 Duo Sonata
    Traditional - British folk music (arr Andrews/Massey)
    Schubert (arr Boehm/Massey) Gute Nacht, Das Fischermadchen
    -
    Barrios – Un sueno en la floresta (solo guitar),
    Dowland - Flow my tears
    Bach – ‘Suite BWV997 (Prelude, Fugue, Sarabande, Gigue/Double)
    Piazzolla - 'Bordel 1900' and 'Cafe 1930' from Histoires du Tango
    Pujol - 'San Telmo' from Suite Buenos Aires

    I will actually be singing the song "Flow my Tears" to give a break from the flute, so people who haven't read this will be surprised!

    Not sure what tickets cost but I will update here when I know.

  • Mon
    18
    Apr
    2016
    1.10-1.50pmAll Saint's Church, High Wycombe

    These lunchtime recitals in High Wycombe last for 40 minutes, and there is a lovely cafe in the church as well where you can eat a hot lunch, or just cake and tea before or after the concert.

    The concert is free but please bring change for the retiring collection.

    Programme to follow

  • Sun
    08
    May
    2016
    6:30 pmHall 1, Kings Place, London

    Mozart Overture to Le Nozze di Figaro, K. 492
    Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64
    Mozart Two Arias from Le Nozze di Figaro
    Haydn Symphony no. 104 in D, H. 1/104 (‘London’)

    Conductor Jonathan Bloxham
    Soprano Lisa Rijmer
    Violin Benjamin Baker

    Produced in collaboration with London Chamber Music Society

    For more information and tickets see the Firebird Orchestra website.

  • Sun
    29
    May
    2016
    6:30 pmSt Andrew Church, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4PG

    I will be joining my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa, for two songs in a mainly solo guitar recital. The theme of the recital is "Latin American music", and you can read more about it on Francisco's website.

  • Thu
    02
    Jun
    2016
    12:45 pmSt Mary's Church, Aylesbury, HP20 4JJ

    We'll be returning to St Mary's Aylesbury for this lunchtime concert in June 2016. There's a cafe in the church that does great cakes as well as omelettes, baked potatoes etc, so plan to have lunch there either before or after the concert as well - hopefully in the garden!

    Here's the idea for the concert:
    The Andrews Massey Duo (Emily Andrews on flute and voice and David Massey on guitar) will perform a programme of works based around the idea of storytelling. Mixing classical and folk genres as is becoming the duo's signature, they will perform their own arrangements of British folk tunes from their first CD '...from the Roots', alongside Emily singing some of Dowland's lute songs (most famously his gorgeous lament 'flow my tears'), and some Schubert song arrangements from Winterreise (performed variously on flute and guitar and on solo guitar). Expect a very contrasting programme (both in instrumentation and styles), full of stories to intrigue and excite the imagination!

  • Thu
    16
    Jun
    2016
    7:30 pmSt Paul's Church, Covent Garden

    This is the London Firebird Orchestra's summer concert, in which we're playing Rachmaninoff's famous 2nd piano concerto in C major, and Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony.
    More details and tickets (15-35 pounds) can be found on the Firebird Orchestra's website.

    Audience members are invited to join us from 6.45pm for drinks on the lawn in the church’s beautiful garden, before the concert begins.

  • Tue
    12
    Jul
    2016
    10.45 - 11.30amAlexander Centre, Faversham, Kent ME13 8NZ

    This is the first concert pianist Alice Rosset and I will be doing together in our midi tour this week. We have planned a super-varied programme, all from French composers, but mixing flute and piano pieces, voice and piano, solo piano, and a flute and guitar piece (for which my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa, will join me).

    Concerts are free but do please bring money for the retiring collection, which the organisers rely on to help pay for the concert series.

     

    The programme is as follows:

    Roussel - Joueurs de flute
    Débussy -  Reflets dans l'eau (from Images)

    Thomás - Connais tu le pays? (From the opera Mignon)

    Débussy - Hommage à Rameau (from Images)
    Poulenc - Movements Perpétuals
    Caplet - Reverie and Petit Valse

     

     

  • Wed
    13
    Jul
    2016
    6.30-7.15pmCraxton Studios, 14 Kidderpore Avenue, London NW3 7SU

    Alice Rosset and I have decided that performing this beautiful programme only once is a shame - hence why we're putting on this open dress rehearsal in North London the night before our lunchtime concert in Leatherhead. We hope that our London friends and family can come, and all unknowns are welcome too!

    The programme is stunning, if I say so myself: Entirely French music, mostly for flute and piano although there is one song in there too. There is so much beautiful French flute music that it was very hard to narrow it down to a 45 minute selection, but here's what we chose:

    Albert Roussel - Joueurs de flute
    Andre Caplet - Reverie and Petit Valse
    Debussy - Reflets dans l'eau from Images
    Ambrose Thomas - Connais Tu? from the opera Mignon
    Poulenc - Sonata for flute and piano

    Please turn up anytime from 6pm, and afterwards we will all go to the nearest pub for a drink and a chat (to get out of the studios as soon after the concert as possible). As I had to hire the room I will be asking a voluntary contribution of £5 from audience members, to cover our expenses for the concert - can slip this to me in the pub afterwards!

  • Thu
    14
    Jul
    2016
    12.30pm-1.15pmLeatherhead Methodist Church

    I'll be performing an entirely french programme with the lovely French pianist Alice Rosset in this special Bastille Day concert in Leatherhead. Alice and I met in Jurignac, where I go to teach flute each summer, and we've performed before quite a few times there, but never in UK.

    The programme is stunning, if I say so myself: Entirely French music, mostly for flute and piano although there is one song in there too. There is so much beautiful French flute music that it was very hard to narrow it down to a 45 minute selection, but here's what we chose:

    Albert Roussel - Joueurs de flute
    Andre Caplet - Reverie and Petit Valse
    Debussy - Reflets dans l'eau from Images
    Ambrose Thomas - Connais Tu? from the opera Mignon
    Poulenc - Sonata for flute and piano

    Please do come if you can. Entry to these concerts is free, but there is a retiring collection as well as tea and coffee afterwards so please bring some money for that.

  • Fri
    21
    Oct
    2016
    7:30 pmRannoch Kirk, Kinloch Rannoch, Scotland

    David Massey and I are looking forward to visiting this stunning part of Scotland for an evening recital in October 2016. We're hoping to build it into a larger tour, and are still working on this, so if you can help please do! We're happy to do school's workshops, concerts in care homes etc while we're up there. Anyway, more information to follow.

  • Thu
    24
    Nov
    2016
    12.30-1.10pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Leatherhead, Surrey

    David and I are so looking forward to the Christmas season, so we can perform our world-music versions of carols from our best-selling CD "make merry". It really is a shame we can't play them all year as we love them so much! CDs will be on sale after the performance for £10. Entry is free, but bring some money for the retiring collection please, which goes back into the excellent Music on Thursdays concert series.

  • Sun
    11
    Dec
    2016
    4:00 pmWest Malling, exact church tbc

    We will be performing our carol arrangements from our CD "make merry" in a church in West Malling  - more details to follow. CDs will be for sale for £10 after the performance, so please bring cash! They make excellent presents as well as fun listening for you 🙂

     

  • Sat
    17
    Dec
    2016
    10.45 - 11.30amAssembly Rooms, Faversham

    David and I are so looking forward to the Christmas season, so we can perform our world-music versions of carols from our best-selling CD "make merry". It really is a shame we can't play them all year as we love them so much! CDs will be on sale after the performance for £10. Entry is free, but bring some money for the retiring collection please, which goes back into the excellent Faversham concert society.

  • Sat
    21
    Jan
    2017
    11-11.45amSt Michaels Church, Sittingbourne, Kent

    David and I are using this short recital to air some of our favourite pieces of the moment (and for once aren't playing anything from any of our CDs!)

     

    Come to hear some of our other works, including our new Dvorak Sonatina arrangement, a set of Dowland songs, and some movements from our favourite Bach Suite BWV997 that we haven't played in a while...

     

    Entry is free, collection on exit.

  • Thu
    06
    Apr
    2017
    7.30-8.30 pmLancaster Hall Hotel, 35 Craven Terrace, London W2 3EL

    We have been invited to perform a Schubertiade for the Schubert Society of Britain.

    The programme we have chosen is:

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    Schubert arr Boehm/Massey: Gute Nacht, Das Fischermadchen

    John Dowland: Prelude, Flow my Tears, Can She Excuse My Wrongs, Come Again

    Takemitsu: The Night and Cape Cod (from Toward the Sea)

    Mozart arr Andrews/Massey: Sonata in C major, K330

    Schubert arr Boehm/Massey: Standchen

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    Concerts are free but there is a retiring collection which goes to performers (ie us) so please give generously!

  • Thu
    13
    Apr
    2017
    TBCIglesia de San Ignacio, Tunja, COLOMBIA

    I'll be performing with my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa, while we are in Colombia over Easter. This recital is very prestigious, for the Semana Santa, and oganised and funded by the city of Tunja.

    Our programme is very exciting, and includes Mozart K330 Sonata, and Bach G minor sonata (transcriptions), and songs "Les Filles de Cadiz" by Delibes and "Pieta Signore" by Durante.

  • Fri
    07
    Jul
    2017
    3:15 pmAll Saints Church, Fulham, SW6 3LA

    We return to this wonderful recital series in the beautiful All Saints Church for a "Summer Spectacular"!

    We will base our programme around "storytelling". We will play a number of different pieces but try to link them all with a little story which we tell - just a few sentenses for each piece to set the scene and move the story along a little.

    I will play flute and sing, and the repertoire will include pieces by Schubert, Mozart, Dowland, Ibert and Elgar.

  • Sat
    08
    Jul
    2017
    7:30 pmSt Leonards Bengeo

    A return to the beautiful and intimate acoustic of St Leonard's Bengeo near Hertford.

    The first half of the concert will be traditional (Couperin, Piazzolla, Mozart and Bach) and the second half will be a storytelling half. We will tell a single story, illustrated with pieces from our repertoire, including Schubert, Elgar, Delibes, Ibert, Takemitsu and more.

    It will be a fabulous concert which we're really looking forward to. Please come.

  • Sun
    06
    Aug
    2017
    2:30 pmCoull Kirk, Aboyne, Scotland

    I have been invited with my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa, to perform in this summer's Aboyne Festival. (Of course we will make a little Scottish holiday of it as well while we're up 🙂 )

    It's the same weekend as the Games, so come and enjoy a weekend of culture and fun.

    Programme is as follows:

    Ravel, Piece en forme de Habanera

    Dowland - Flow My Tears

    Narvaiz - Variations on 'guardame las bacas'

    Dowland - Come Again

    Bach - Sonata in G minor

    Bartok - Roumanian Dances

    D Saboya - En la Colina

    L Saboya - Bellavisa, Zamba Negra

    Mozart - Sonata in C major

    Delibes - Les Filles de Cadiz

     

    Click here for festival brochure

  • Wed
    16
    Aug
    2017
    Fri
    18
    Aug
    2017
    TBCCharante Maritime, France

    I'm very excited to be returning to this super festival this year, where I will be performing in duo with pianist and founder Alice Rosset, and with my husband, guitarist Francisco Correa.

    I will update this page with exact concert times and venues when I can.

    More information can be found on the Festival website.

  • Sun
    03
    Sep
    2017
    8:00 pmThe Old Selfridges Hotel, 1 Oxford Street, London W1H 6JS

    I'm playing with the Multi-Story Orchestra for this performance of Stravinsky's Symphony of Strings in the Old Selfridges Hotel, 1 Oxford Street, conducted by Ken Burton. Tickets are £5 and can be purchased from https://billetto.co.uk/en/e/bold-tendencies-and-the-london-adventist-chorale-stravinsky-symphony-of-psalms-at-the-old-selfridges-hotel-tickets-202351

  • Thu
    14
    Sep
    2017
    12.30-1.15pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Leatherhead, Surrey

    Alice and I are planning to do another tour of flute/voice and piano recitals this September, following the success and fun of last year's tour. We are busy planning dates right now, and thinking about the programme.

    More details nearer the time

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017
    11-11.45amSt Michaels Church, Sittingbourne, Kent

    Alice and I are planning to do another tour of flute/voice and piano recitals this September, following the success and fun of last year's tour. We are busy planning dates right now, and thinking about the programme.

    More details nearer the time

  • Mon
    18
    Sep
    2017
    12:30 pmAll Saints Church, High Wycombe

    Alice and I are planning to do another tour of flute/voice and piano recitals this September, following the success and fun of last year's tour. We are busy planning dates right now, and thinking about the programme.

    More details nearer the time

  • Tue
    19
    Sep
    2017
    10.45-11.30amThe Assembaly Rooms, Faversham, Kent

    Alice and I are performing a Bach and Carmen programme:

     

    Bach - flute sonata in E major

    Carmen - Habanera and Card Aria

    Bach - Italian Concerto (solo piano)

    Borne - Fantasia on themes from Carmen

     

    Entry is free but please be generous in the retiring collection.

  • Sat
    09
    Dec
    2017
    10.45-11.30amMorden College, Blackheath, London

    Xmas concert in Morden College - it's a Saturday morning in London so we're hoping some of our friends can come to this one and bring kids! It's free, and very child friendly. Bring money to buy a CD afterwards!

  • Fri
    15
    Dec
    2017
    1pm - 1.45pmSt Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, London

    David and I are thrilled to have been invited back to perform a second time together at the prestigious venue of St Martin in the Fields, and particularly excited to be performing our acclaimed world music style christmas carol arrangements there in December 2017. Concerts are free, although there is a retiring collection for the church (please give generously), and we will have our "Make Merry" CDs available for purchase for £10 after the concert.

    Our planned programme is as follows:

    Schubert arranged Boehm/Massey
    Standchen

    Traditional - arranged Andrews Massey Duo
    O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
    While Shepherds Watched
    Away in a Manger
    Deck the Halls

    Schubert arranged Boehm/Massey
    Gute Nacht
    Das Fischermadchen

    Traditional - arranged Andrews Massey Duo

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
    We Three Kings of Orient Are
    Hark the Herald Angels Sing
    The Coventry Carol
    Good King Wenceslas

  • Sat
    16
    Dec
    2017
    10.45-11.30amThe Assembly Rooms, Faversham, Kent

    Xmas concert in Faversham's beautiful Assembly Rooms - we're returning to do the last concert of the year again, as it went down so well last year. Bring money to buy a CD afterwards!

  • Sat
    10
    Feb
    2018
    10.45-11.30amThe Assembly Rooms, Faversham, Kent

    This is our first Carmen Co show! David Massey and I are joined by guitarist Francisco Correa .

    Carmen is a charater who is well known, and who fascinates both men and women. She's a selfish, ruthless and gorgeous femme fatale who all the men admire, and who switches lovers frequently, leaving destruction in her wake. So we have taken this character, and are setting our own story, with the hoards of admirers represented by the two guitarists, and also the audience. Our Carmen oscillates between the guitarists for her preference, and they in turn compete for her attentions. All of this is portrayed through Spanish music as there's no script. A duet is a conversation, virtuoso passages are showing off or competing. Who will she choose?

    Music performed on two guitars, voice and flute, and includes arias from the opera Carmen, as well as instrumental works by De Falla, Boccherini, Rodrigo and Bizet.

  • Sun
    18
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmBarbican Hall, Barbican, Silk Street, London

    The Army of Generals with members of the British Paraorchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood, will be performing a symphonic roller-coaster ride of classic computer game themes alongside the orchestral works that paved the way. I'll be playing 2nd flute and piccolo.

     

    For more information and tickets see the Barbican website.

     

     

  • Tue
    20
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmLeeds Town Hall, Leeds LS1 3AD

    The Army of Generals with members of the British Paraorchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood, will be performing a symphonic roller-coaster ride of classic computer game themes alongside the orchestral works that paved the way. I'll be playing 2nd flute and piccolo.

     

     

  • Thu
    22
    Mar
    2018
    12.30-1.25pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Leatherhead, Surrey

    Anna Hashimoto and I will be sharing this special 55 minute concert for the Music on Thursdays series in Leatherhead, in which we are both regular performers. The plan is to play some solo pieces each with piano, and join together for a few pieces as well.

    Anna and I studied together at the Royal Academy of Music, and have been friends ever since although we haven't played together in many years - we're going to have a lot of fun with this!

    Repertoire will include:

    Rameau Pieces de Clavecin en Concert

    Schumann Romances

    Telemann duo sonata

    Saint Saens Tarantelle

  • Thu
    22
    Mar
    2018
    7:30 pmSt Pancras Church, Euston Road NW1 2BA

    This concert combines soloists and composers from Middlesex University with the London Firebird Orchestra with whom I've played for many years.

     

    Repertoire includes Haydn Trumpet Concerto, Mendelssohn Hear my Prayer, and some student compositions.

  • Fri
    27
    Apr
    2018
    7:00 pmThe October Gallery, near Russell Square, Central London

    I'll be performing our Carmen based show with Francisco Correa and David Massey - for the show trailer click here.

    We're putting on this concert ourselves so that our London friends and family have a chance to see our new show, so please come and bring friends. Tickets £10 on the door to cover our costs, and please let me know if you're planning on coming.

     

  • Sat
    12
    May
    2018
    3-5pmElectric Theatre, Guildford

    I'll be performing our Carmen based show with Francisco Correa and David Massey - for the show trailer click here.

    The theatre is near the station, so easy to get to from London. I'll update this page with ticket info when I have it, but they'll be between £5 and £10, and go to us for a change, so please bring lots of friends!

     

  • Sun
    17
    Jun
    2018
    5:00 pmSunflower & I, 1 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff

    I'll be performing our Carmen based show with Francisco Correa and David Massey - for the show trailer click here.

    Sunflower & I is a truly amazing venue, selling flowers in the daytime and cafe/bar/concert venue at night. You can order food in advance with your tickets, and enjoy while listening to our CarmenCo show in this very special ambiance. We are so excited to be doing a concert here.

    More info on how to book tickets will be available on the Sunflower & I website

     

  • Sat
    30
    Jun
    2018
    2:00 pmURC, Southwold

    David and I'll be performing a sea-themed storytelling concert in Southwold Arts Festival. The idea is that we weave together sea-themed pieces such as Takemitsu Toward the Sea, Schubert Das Fischermadchen, Elgar Sea Pictures and Molly Malone into a single story which we tell as we perform... A concert not to miss!

    More details about tickets (and a countdown to the festival!) can be found on the festival website.

  • Thu
    11
    Apr
    2019
    7-8pmLancaster Hall Hotel, 35 Craven Terrace, London

    David and I will be performing a one-hour programme for the Schubert Society of Britain in their headquarters at the Lancaster House Hotel in Craven Terrace, near Paddington. It's a fantastic chance to see us perform in Central London outside working hours, so please do come and bring friends. Programme tbc but will contain some Schubert, and we will have our CDs for sale after the concert so bring cash. See you there!

  • Wed
    29
    May
    2019
    2-3pmMichael Sobell Jewish Community Centre, 221 Golders Green Road, NW11 9DQ

    David and I will be performing a one hour programme on the theme of Stolen Serenades: every piece (apart from the Piazzolla - the exception that makes the rule!) is an arrangement for flute and guitar so has been 'stolen' from its original intended instruement. This is a great chance to hear some of our latest arrangements including the Mozart Fantasia and Dvorak Sonatina which have both had rave reviews.

    Programme is:

    Schubert - Standchen, Gute Nacht and Das Fischermadchen
    Bach - Andante and Allegro from Sonata in E minor BWV 1034
    Piazzolla - Bordel 1900 and Cafe 1930 from Histoires du Tango
    Mozart - Fantasia in D minor K397
    Dvorak - 1 Allegro risoluto, 2 Larghetto, and 4 Allegro from Sonatina op 100

     

  • Thu
    30
    May
    2019
    12.30-1.15pmLeatherhead Methodist Church, Leatherhead, Surrey

    David and I are looking forward to returning to Leatherhead Music on Thursdays concert series with some of our latest arrangements: including the Mozart Fantasia and Dvorak Sonatina which have both had rave reviews.

    Programme is:

    Bach - Andante and Allegro from Sonata in E minor BWV 1034
    Piazzolla - Bordel 1900 and Cafe 1930 from Histoires du Tango
    Mozart - Fantasia in D minor K397
    Dvorak - 1 Allegro risoluto, 2 Larghetto, and 4 Allegro from Sonatina op 100

    Entrance is free, collection at the end. We will also have some CDs for sale after the concert so do bring cash!

  • Sun
    09
    Jun
    2019
    6:00 pmKings Place, London Kings Cross

    I will be playing second flute with the Multi-Story Orchestra for this very interesting project. We are performing as part of Kings Place's Venus Unwrapped Festival, with a new set of songs by Kate Whitley for soprano Sarah-Jane Lewis as well as Ravel's Mallarme Songs. The rest of the programme will be readings from poets Sabrina Mahfouz and Hibaq Osman with improvisations from Fra Rustumji and Abel Selaocoe. I strongly recommend buying tickets in advance, which you can do here.

  • Thu
    13
    Jun
    2019
    7-8pmBold Tendencies Car Park, Peckham
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    • Bold Tendencies car park, London (map)

    Stravinsky Dances from Petroushka

    Kate Whitley Sky Dances

    New choir piece created by singers from Kender and St Mary Magdalene primary schools, led by Abimaro Gunnell and Fran Lobo

    With St Thomas the Apostle Orchestra

    The amazing singers Abimaro Gunnell and Fran Lobo and our composer Kate Whitley are working with more than 100 children from around Peckham to create a completely new piece of music specially for this concert. They are coming together to perform with The Orchestra, alongside Kate Whitley's Sky Dances - commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra and performed in Trafalgar Square last year – and dances from Stravinsky’s infamous ballet Petroushka.

    Tickets can be booked HERE

  • Fri
    14
    Jun
    2019
    7-8pmBold Tendencies Car Park, Peckham
    •   - 
    • Bold Tendencies car park, London (map)

    Stravinsky Dances from Petroushka

    Kate Whitley Sky Dances

    New choir piece created by singers from Kender and St Mary Magdalene primary schools, led by Abimaro Gunnell and Fran Lobo

    With St Thomas the Apostle Orchestra

    The amazing singers Abimaro Gunnell and Fran Lobo and our composer Kate Whitley are working with more than 100 children from around Peckham to create a completely new piece of music specially for this concert. They are coming together to perform with The Orchestra, alongside Kate Whitley's Sky Dances - commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra and performed in Trafalgar Square last year – and dances from Stravinsky’s infamous ballet Petroushka.

    Tickets can be booked HERE

  • Sun
    23
    Jun
    2019
    8:00 pmHoly Trinity Church, London Stroud Green

    This will be the premiere of our newly rewritten Creating Carmen show, with script by concert playwright and festival director Clare Norburn, directed by Nicholas Renton.  The show was created and run a few times by us in 2018 before my maternity leave, and is now being completely revised. Us three musicians (myself Francisco Correa and David Massey) will be joined by two actors tbc, all with lighting and costumes, made possible by the Arts Council England from whom we've received a grant for this project. Do catch us while we're in London. It will be unmissable! Tickets available from the festival website.

     

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa are so excited to be bringing our Creating Carmen show to Stranraer!

    Creating Carmen: exciting reading of a brand new “one-man-play meets concert”.

    Meet the colourful writer Prosper Mérimée, who created the Carmen novella (the basis for Bizet’s opera). Clare Norburn’s new work in progress concert/play will explore how his myriad love affairs underpinned Carmen's creation. Mérimée’s experiences will be intertwined with music from Bizet’s Carmen and Spanish or Spanish-inspired music by Boccherini, da Falla, Granados, Ravel, Delibes and Albeniz in arrangements by exciting young trio Carmen Co.

    "What is most impressive about Norburn’s conception is the way various strata and elements combine and cohere so effortlessly. Past and present, truth and fantasy, real and imagined come together in a tightly knit and intimate drama" - Opera Today.

    More information available here

  • Fri
    19
    Jul
    2019
    7:30 pmAboyne Theatre, Aboyne, Scotland

    David Massey, Francisco Correa and I are very happy to have been invited to perform our CarmenCo show in Aboyne and Deeside Festival 2019. The show was created and run a few times by us in 2018 before my maternity leave, and has now been revised and updated to include even more repertoire, better costumes and a more developed storyline.  Expect music with a Spanish theme, including many numbers from Bizet's Carmen, arranged for two guitars and either voice or flute. See you there!

  • Mon
    22
    Jul
    2019
    7:00 pmAboyne and Dinnet Church, Aboyne, Scotland

    Francisco and I will be staying on in Scotland after our CarmenCo performance, to perform a flute and guitar duo concert in the Aboyne and Deeside Festival. The programme will include works by Telemann, Piazzolla, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Schubert as well as some Latin American folk music. For tickets see here

  • Thu
    15
    Aug
    2019
    7.15 - 8.30pm (no interval)Holy Cross Church, Cromer Street, London Kings Cross

    David Massey, Francisco Correa and I are very happy to have been invited to perform our CarmenCo show in this new series, Open For Music, as performed in the Aboyne and Deeside festival a few weeks earlier. Expect music with a Spanish theme, including many numbers from Bizet's Carmen, arranged for two guitars and either voice or flute, and performed with a little storyline. Each of us has a character and remains in this character throughout the concert, as we present the music. See you there!

     

    Note this is NOT the same as Clare Norburn's Creating Carmen recently premiered in Stroud Green, which involves the same music and musicians (us!) but also two actors, and has roughly 50/50 spoken word to music. This is the concert version if you like - mostly music and just us three musicians!

  • Fri
    22
    Nov
    2019
    7:30 pmSt George’s, Kemp Town, Brighton BN2 1ED

    Creating Carmen is coming to Brighton! This is the first proper performance of our Arts Council England funded concert-play project in collaboration with writer Clare Norburn and director Nicholas Renton. The music is Spanish and Spanish inspired music, performed and mostly arranged by my trio CarmenCo.

    Read more about the show here, and book tickets here. Hope to see you there!

  • Sat
    23
    Nov
    2019
    10:45 amAssembly Rooms, Faversham

    CarmenCo trio, formed by Francisco Correa, David Massey and myself, will be performing for a second time in Faversham's beautiful assembly rooms. We'll be performing the music from our new CD, and CDs will be for sale for £15 after the concert.

  • Sun
    24
    Nov
    2019
    7:30 pmUnitarian Church 57 Ullet Road Liverpool L17 2AA

    Creating Carmen is coming to Liverpool! This is the second proper performance of our Arts Council England funded concert-play project in collaboration with writer Clare Norburn and director Nicholas Renton. The music is Spanish and Spanish inspired music, performed and mostly arranged by my trio CarmenCo.

    Read more about the show here, and book tickets here. Hope to see you there!

  • Tue
    28
    Jan
    2020
    6:00 pmLancaster Hall Hotel, Craven Terrace, London W2

    This is the Joint Music Societies Dinner Recital 2020, held  by Alkan, Liszt, Mahler, Schubert, Strauss and Wagner Societies. The Andrews Massey Duo will be representing Schubert on this list by performing some of our Schubert song arrangements as on our album Stolen Serenades. For more information and to buy tickets please see the Schubert Society website

  • Thu
    30
    Apr
    2020
    7:30 pmThe Ryan Centre Theatre, Stranraer, Scotland

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa are so excited to be bringing our Creating Carmen show to Stranraer!

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information available here

  • Sat
    06
    Jun
    2020
    tbc eveningSunflower & I Cafe, Cardiff CF10 5EE

    Trio CarmenCo will be performing an evening recital at this fabulous venue in Cardiff. These evening dinner concerts sell out so be sure to book in advance, and reserve what you'd like to eat from their lovely menu at the same time so you can taste while you listen. Check it out and buy tickets here.

  • Sun
    07
    Jun
    2020
    6-7pmLlanstadwell

    David Francisco and I are going to be performing our CarmenCo concert in Llanstadwell, near Milford Haven, in their 'Music for a Summer Evening' series. The concert starts at 6pm, lasts 50 minutes, and then there are light refreshments, all included in the bargain ticket price of only £5!

    We can't wait to perform in this beautiful part of the country. More information about tickets and venue to follow.

  • Sun
    12
    Jul
    2020
    7:30 pmSt John's Church, Buxton

    Creating Carmen is playing at Buxton Festival!

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information about Creating Carmen and CarmenCo trio available here

    For tickets and festival information see the festival website

  • Fri
    17
    Jul
    2020
    11:00 amBridport Arts Centre, Bridport

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa as CarmenCo are touring our show Creating Carmen in the West Country, organised by Concerts in the West

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information available here

     

  • Fri
    17
    Jul
    2020
    7:30 pmIlminster Arts Centre

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa as CarmenCo are touring our show Creating Carmen in the West Country, organised by Concerts in the West

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information available here

  • Sat
    18
    Jul
    2020
    7:30 pmDance House, Crewkerne

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa, as trio CarmenCo, will be bringing our Creating Carmen show to the west, organised by Concerts in the West

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information available here

  • Thu
    22
    Oct
    2020
    10:45 amLeatherhead Methodist Church, Leatherhead, Surrey

    David Francisco and I are going to be performing our CarmenCo concert in Leatherhead, as part of their October festival. The concert starts at 10.45am and runs for 45 minutes, so will definitely leave everyone wanting more... Bring money (or cards) to purchase our CD and hear the rest of our repertoire!

    No need to book in advance, just turn up. The concert is free but please give generously to the retiring collection. For more information see the Music On Thursdays website

  • Tue
    05
    Oct
    2021
    7:30 pmThe Eastgate Theatre, Peebles, Scotland

    Myself, David Massey and Francisco Correa are so excited to be bringing our Creating Carmen show to Peebles, booked and supported by Music in Peebles! We are hoping to string more dates together and turn this into a proper tour in South and Central Scotland, so watch this space...

    Creating Carmen is more than a concert. It occupies the borders between a play and a concert. It is a fully staged show for three musicians and two actors. The central character is Prosper Merimée, writer of the novella on which Bizet’s Carmen was based. 

    More information available here