Founded some twenty years ago to encourage the love of serious music especially amongst the young, we provide live music in different genres performed by highly gifted professional artistes, many of whom have international recognition.   Probably no other local venue provides such recitals on a regular basis throughout the year and at a very reasonable expense.

Why travel to London when this quality of musical satisfaction can be found so close to home?

Next Concert

 Wednesday 22nd July 2015, 1:00pm

Tom McLauchlan
Tom McLauchlan - Guitar

Wednesday 22 July 2015 • 1:00pm
Verano Porteño
Astor Piazzolla
The Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond Traditional Scottish
Prelude & Courante from Cello Suite No. 1 JS Bach
Sons de Carilhoes Joao Pernambuco
Capricho Arabe Francisco Tarrega
Farewell to Stromness
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies
Tin Soldiers from The Prince's Toys Suite Nikita Koshkin
Mr Wagner has beautiful moments, but...(!) 
       A selection of composer anecdotes.

Cavatina: Theme from 'The Deer Hunter' Stanley Myers
Tango En Skai Roland Dyens

Free concert sponsored by A J Bennewith & Co Ltd 

Tom McLauchlan

Tom McLauchlan  is a prize winning classical guitarist graduate of the Royal College of Music and is fast establishing himself as one of the most dynamic and versatile guitarists of the new generation.

He studied with Gary Ryan and now maintains an eventful performing career in duos featuring flute, violin, voice or guitar. Performances have taken Tom all over the world, including concerts at some of the UK's leading festivals and venues.

He has performed at the Bridgewater Hall Manchester, Purcell Room London, Cardiff Millenium Centre, Fishguard International Music Festival, Dundee Guitar Festival and for the 7th and 8th International Guitar Festivals in London.

He made his concerto debut with the Farnborough Symphony Orchestra and concuctor John Forster, performing Rodrigo's 'Concierto de Aranjuez' and in 2000 was presented with an Exhibition Award from Trinity College of Music.

Tom is visiting tutor of guitar at Charterhouse, Surrey.