Concert postponed…

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We are very sorry to announce that the planned concert for Tuesday 5th January 2021 in St Edmund’s Church, Southwold, has had to be postponed due to the Tier 4 restrictions and concerns over the continuing spread of covid. In … Continued

Live Music returns to Southwold

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Tuesday 15th December at 1pm – the first of a series of six live concerts in St Edmund’s Church, Southwold. Marije Johnston, violinNathan Williamson, piano Mozart: Sonata for violin and piano in G major, KV301Schubert: Sonatina in D major, op.137 no.1Brahms: … Continued

Live Music at Southwold Primary School

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Following their popular musical evenings on Southwold’s South Green, Magnus and Marije Johnston (two violinists from the distinguished Navarra Quartet, currently living in Southwold) and local pianist Nathan Williamson gave a concert for the children at Southwold Primary School on … Continued

Outfoxing Autumn?

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Last weekend’s South Green Soiree in Southwold was cancelled on account of the weather (when was the last time it actually rained all day in Southwold, let alone all weekend?!) but as Monday evening looked balmy and warm, we decided … Continued

New Year’s Concert 2020

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On New Year’s Day 2020, at 3pm, the Southwold Concert Series presented a concert by artistic director Nathan Williamson and members of the Prometheus Orchestra, an ensemble based in Aldeburgh and made up of professional musicians from East Anglia. The … Continued

Snappy Operas in Southwold 2019!

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Over the summer 2019 the Southwold Music Trust facilitated a major children’s music education and performance initiative, known as ‘Snappy Operas’, in three local schools: Southwold Primary, Reydon Primary, and Saint Felix Prep School. Throughout the summer term 2019 a … Continued

Southwold Concert Series returns

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Saturday 18th May 2019 saw the return of the Southwold Concert Series with a recital by the distinguished tenor James Gilchrist and Southwold-based pianist and composer, and founder of the Concert Series, Nathan Williamson. James and Nathan are collaborating on … Continued

Supporting Southwold Arts Festival!

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Piano Circus: Sunday 24th June, 7:30pm, Southwold Arts Centre The Southwold Music Trust are delighted to support a concert by the renowned new music ensemble Piano Circus in this year’s Southwold Arts Festival, in partnership with the Southwold Concert Series, on Sunday 24th … Continued

Trust Launch is front page news!

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The official launch of the Southwold Music Trust, a reception and concert in Southwold on Saturday 5th December, is front page news in this week’s Lowestoft Journal. It was a splendid evening, with over 250 concert-goers enjoying a festive reception … Continued

Tickets selling fast!

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Tickets for our celebratory Reception and Concert with Seraphim on Saturday 5th December are selling fast – there is still plenty of room but purchasing tickets in advance is recommend to avoid a long queue on the day (especially if … Continued

Celebratory reception!

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On Saturday 5th December the Southwold Music Trust hosts a reception in St Edmund’s Hall, Cumberland Road, Southwold, to celebrate the launch of the trust and thank everyone who has supported us. The reception precedes the Southwold Concert Series Christmas … Continued

We’ve been nominated!

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Southwold Music Trust is thrilled to announce that we have been nominated as one of the new Town Mayor’s nominated charities for 12 months from April 2015. As well as raising immediately raising our local profile, the nomination offers opportunities … Continued

Our next event

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Our next concert will take place on Saturday December 5th, 2015, staged as part of the Southwold Concert Series. The local vocal ensemble Seraphim will perform alongside flautist Anna Noakes and harpist Gabriella Dall Olio.