St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church
Market Square, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 1HD

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Sandbach Concert Series - Consone Quartet

Winners of the 2016 Royal Over-Seas League Ensemble Prize Includes spotlight concert by local young musicians, art exhibition and raffle in aid of local good causes. Doors open at 6.30pm. Book your pre-concert dinner at La Casa Mia 01270 761077 just across the square from the venue.

Wed 29 Mar

Sandbach Concert Series - David Thornton

Principal euphonium of Foden's Band, David Thornton is regarded as one of the foremost euphonium players of his generation and has a global reputation. Programme will include music by Andre Previn, Max Bruch and Andy Scott Includes spotlight concert by local young musicians, art exhibition and raffle in aid of local…

Wed 26 Apr

Sandbach Concert Series - Sally Wigan

A welcome return to Sandbach for pianist Sally Wigan who presented a thrilling recital last time she played for us. Her programme will include works by Frank Merrick and Rachmaninov. Includes spotlight concert by local young musicians, art exhibition and raffle in aid of local good causes. Doors open at 6.30pm. Book…

Wed 31 May

Sandbach Concert Series - The Amy Roberts / Richard Exall Quintet

Richard and Amy's repertoire is drawn from a wealth of experience encompassing a vast range of jazz styles and periods. The rhythm section features musicians whose influences extend across the field from early jazz and swing to contemporary fusion and latin jazz. Includes spotlight concert by local young musicians, art…

Sandbach Concert Series - Trifarious

Trifarious brings together the like-minded forces of Tim Redpath (clarinet/bass clarinet/soprano saxophone), Rachel Calaminus (violin/viola) and Nadine André (piano), amalgamating classical, jazz and world influences into this diverse instrumental combination. Includes spotlight concert by local young musicians, art…

Wed 22 Feb

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