Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is presenting another line up of lunchtime concerts in the spring season, moving to Thursday afternoons instead of Mondays.
With The Reduced History of Jazz, The Kingfisher String Trio and the return of The Vega Wind Trio, there’s something for music aficionados of all tastes.
The Reduced History of Jazz features Jeffery Wilson on clarinet and saxophone and John Human on keyboard and piano and they will take you on a gentle trip through the music known as jazz.
Ports of call include Ragtime, the Blues, New Orleans, Chicago, Swing, Bebop, Cool Jazz, Bossa Nova and Fusion, with anecdotes from these two jazz and classical performers along the way. They will be at the theatre on Thursday, February 7.
The Kingfisher String Trio features Beth Spendlove on violin, Michael Dolan on viola and Christopher Slatter on cello. They will perform a programme of duos and trios on Thursday, March 14, which will include works by Schubert, Dohnanyi and Dancla.
The Vega Wind Trio features Duke Dobing on flute, Charles Hine on clarinet and David Miles on bassoon. They will provide virtuoso variety including works by Haydn, Beethoven, Joplin and Villa Lobos, on Thursday, May 2.
The Lunchtime Concerts all start at 1.10pm and include tea, coffee and cakes after the performances.
The concerts are sponsored by Gross & Co. Solicitors in association with ArtsOptions.
Tickets are on sale at the Box Office, call 01284 769505, book online at www.theatreroyal.orgor visit the theatre in person.
Pictured above are The Vega Trio, who will be appearing at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, on Thursday, May 2.