Tuesday, 6 August 2013

ngs  open gardens      August 25th and 26th   

Home made teas             Music in the Barn                Open 1pm - 6pm                £5 (children free)

Monday, 5 August 2013

Summer Jazz Concert August 23rd

Friday 23rd August 2013 at 7.30

Summer Jazz 
The Old Farmhouse

The Dominic Alldis Trio

                         Dominic Alldis,   Andrew Cleyndert - double bass  Colin Oxley - guitar

A special tribute to the magic of the Nat King Cole Trio

The urbane and sophisticated Dominic Alldis has built a unique musical career over 30 years, spanning the rich and varied musical worlds of classical music, jazz piano and cabaret singing. Equally at home with a conductor’s baton in hand, performing with his jazz trio or entertaining an audience with songs at the piano, Dominic’s fluency in many different musical languages and flair for bringing them together in a distinctive way puts him in a category all of his own.

"A winning combination of old-style British charm and new style-keyboard skill.  He’s a class act."  Jack Masserik, Evening Standard

“It's rare to find a pianist-singer with a style so finely integrated that it's hard to think of voice and piano as separate elements... We're lucky to have him."   Dave Gelly, The Observer

tickets (includes; concert, food, wine and strawberries and cream)  £20

to confirm booking please send a cheque made out to;   The Music Mind Spirit Trust

The Old Farmhouse
Hermongers Lane
West Sussex RH12 3AL 

The Gardens will be open from 5.30

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

23rd September Pinner Parish Church at 3pm

'The Marriage of Heaven and Earth'

Bach's Partita no 3 in E major interspersed with readings

Paul Robertson, violin and
Professor Anthony Pinching, reader

7th September BBC radio 4 (time to be announced)

'Hearing Ragas'

an acount of how Sir John Tavener's remarkable composition 'Towards Silence' for Four String quartets and Singing Bowl cam e to be composed and its connected with the serious illness of both the composer and violinist Paul Robertson for whom the peice was composed.

Sunday, 3 June 2012

June 12  8pm - The Old Farmhouse Barn 8pm

Performance & Talk by Paul Robertson

Bach 'The Marriage of Heaven and Earth'

presented with Cranleigh History Society

The Gardens will be open from 7 pm
drinks available - free entry and retiring collection

Sunday, 13 May 2012

The Music Mind Spirit Trust
ngs gardens open for charity
June 3rd & 4th (Bank Holiday Monday)

open 1pm - 6pm each day
entry £5 children free
home-made cakes and tea, plants for sale, wheelchair access, parking
Music in the Barn (free concerts in our lovely C17 Barn)

Daily performances will be featuring exceptional young and talented performers from the
SongTrees Family Music-making Series:

Sunday June 3rd:

The Sahin Family
Ayla (violin), Delara (cello) and Safi (violin)

Monday June 4th:

The Pickering Family
Emilia (cello), Francesca (violin), Georgina (violin), Maddy (violin) and Sarah (piano)
programme to include Haydn, Brahms and Mendelssohn

The Fenech Family
Victoria Fenech (violin) and Suzanne Cacciottolo (piano)
programme to include  Kreisler and Saint-Saens

Saturday, 28 April 2012

NGS open gardens

May 6th and 7th 2012

The Old Farmhouse Gardens are open  from 1pm to 6 pm
Sunday 6th  and Bank Holiday 7th  May

Music in the Barn
May 6th Karen Humle, violin
'portraits in music'

May 7th Victoria and Suzanne Fenech
violin and piano
works by Beethoven and Saint-Saens

tea and home-made cakes, disabled access, plants for sale etc.

entry: £5 children free