Archive for Concerts

Organ Recital – Douglas Mews

Sunday 27 October, 3pm
Music by Bach, Byrd and Bizet (Carmen Fantasy)
Douglas Mews is the Wellington City Organist
Entry by donation

New singers wanted

Do you love singing? The St James’ Choir is seeking singers for the Nine Lessons and Carols service and other Christmas services. Experience not necessary, love of music essential. Practices are held on Wednesday evenings 7-9pm at St James’ Church, 71 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt. Want to know more? Contact the parish office.

French Organ Music – Bruce Cash, Organist

Come and hear Bruce Cash play some popular pieces including music by a former organist of Notre-Dame (Louis Vierne) and a piece called “Carillon de Westminster”. Sunday 15 September at 3pm. St James’ Church, 71 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt. Donation/Koha entry.

Patronal Festival Concert

Come along and hear the choir, organist and special guests at our St James’ Patronal Day concert. Sunday 28 July at 1:30pm

Festival Singers, 23 June at 7pm

Festival Singers – O Nata Lus – Born of Light

St James’ Church, 71 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt

Sunday 23 June, 7pm

Admission $20

 

Lux Aeterna by Morton Lauridsen

Hail, Gladdening Light by Charles Wood

Magnificat by Jonathan Berkahn

Nunc Dimittis

Organ Recital, 26 May, Tom Chatterton

Our guest organist is Tom Chatterton. Come and listen to Tom at 3pm on Sunday 26 May 2019.

St James’ Church, 71 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt.

Free entry, koha appreciated.

Organ Recital 28 April 2019

Recitalist: David Dobson

Sunday 28 April

3pm

St James’ Church, 71 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt

February Organ Recital – Jonathan Berkahn

Come along and hear Jonathan and friends on Sunday 24 February at 3pm. Donations appreciated.

The Very Important Godwit – The Musical

Come along and see and hear this wonderful musical put on by children from the Holiday Music Programme.

July Organ Recital – St James’ Musicians

 

Music by Elgar, Bossi, Vaughan Williams, Quilter, and many others!

Three organists, two choirs, one instrumental ensemble.

 

Sunday 22 July, 3pm