Little Lunch Music

All Saints Church Westbury

All Saints Church

Although only started in 2015, the Little Lunch Music series of free concerts in All Saints Church, Westbury have already become a firm festival favourite; indeed so popular that we have had concerts at which we ran out of seats. (We can accommodate 250)

We are already in the middle of planning the 2018 concerts and hope to bring you some favourites from previous years but also some new performers to cheer up your lunchtime!

Please keep visiting the website for up to date news.

 

How do I get a ticket?: The concerts are free with no need to book, just turn up. There will be a voluntary but entirely optional collection plate if you would like to help towards the church’s costs but we are delighted for you to be our guest.

Can I bring my lunch?: Yes as long as it’s not too noisy or messy and you don’t leave litter. A quietly eaten sandwich should be fine.  There willalso be refreshments on sale though – lovely home made cakes and teas/coffees to tempt you.

I can’t be there for the whole concert: That’s fine – just arrive/leave quietly the church is open all day for anyone to come and go.

Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Talented cellists Theresa Cole and David Garcia open the lunchtime concert sessions of the Westbury Festival. Theresa & David are both peripatetic music teachers in a number of schools in Wiltshire as well as teaching
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Sep 25 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Stephen Cooke is has been a popular performer at the Westbury Festival on several occasions is returning to the festival as an organist in this concert and a piano accompanist with the Philomel singers he
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Sep 26 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Originally from Frome, Jo Fyfe has been playing the flute since her school days and taking every opportunity to join in with community music making nce then.  She currently plays with the Warminster Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Sep 27 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Sounding It Out is a mixed SATB choir from Trowbridge with around fifty members, some of whom are coming to perform a lunchtime concert for the Westbury Festival. They are an a capella choir who
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Sep 28 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Meryl Thomas (soprano) and Lisa Clarke (piano) will offer a delightful mixed programme ranging from Purcell and Mozart to Ivor Novello and Gershswin. Meryl is currently pursuing a rewarding musical partnership with pianist and accompanist Lisa
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Oct 1 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Two in One  – Music from the Americas Festival audiences have been delighted by this talented piano duo in past years and this year, Ruth Phillips and Pauline Ward will perform with an inspired and varied new programme
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Oct 2 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
The Hilperton Recorder Players have featured in a number of festival events over the years and are pleased to be returning this year playing with the Village Band from Bradford and Avon. If you have
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Oct 3 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
The combination of clarinet and piano can be both muscular and delicate.  This should be a classic lunchtime concert of musical delights. David Shepard – Clarinet David Shepard’s early fascination with the clarinet came from
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Oct 4 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm All Saints Church
Westbury schools, as always, will be providing an enthusiastic concert; mixed for both age and content. Details of the programmes will become available nearer the time – a summer holiday is a long time for
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Oct 5 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
DISCOVER THE MELODIES AND RHYTHMS OF CENTRAL FRANCE Central France is the heartland of song and dance. The Bourbonnais region of the Auvergne is home to the Bourrée, Schottish, Mazurka, Waltz and Polka, but it
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Thanks

Westbury Festival are very grateful to the Reverend Rhona Floate, the wardens and the PCC for giving permission to use the church and their enthusiastic support for the festival as a whole.