The Society will put on seven events for the 2017-18 Season – all at the Churchill Room, Wanstead Library. Wanstead Library is within very close proximity to Wanstead Underground Station which is served by the Central Line and local buses. Tickets for all events are available at the door on the evening of the event.
Maksim Stsura Recital Programme 13 April 2015 Tuesday 13 April 2015, Churchill Room, Wanstead Library, Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead. 8:00 pm Tickets will be available at the door: £10 (Visitors) £7 (Members). Complimentary light refreshments will be served during the interval. Estonian pianist Maksim Stsura is in great demand as a chamber musician and has Read more
Keith Nichols is considered to be one of the foremost authorities on classic jazz and ragtime, specializing in all older jazz piano styles, including Scott Joplin, Fats Waller and Duke Ellington. From the early seventies, he has given regular ragtime concerts at London’s Southbank Centre, both as a soloist and with small groups. He continues Read more
Redbridge Music Service provides instrumental teaching and music support in schools across the Borough and is renowned for nurturing the musical talent of young people of the Borough. Tonight, under the general direction of Graham Smith, groups and instrumentalists from the Service will display their considerable musical talents. This evening’s concert is always a popular Read more
Redbridge Music Society’s second event of the 2014-15 season is an evening of Christmas Carols and seasonal readings given by Chorale Cantando – Redbridge’s popular and sought-after local choir, directed by organist and conductor Philip Norman. The carols and readings will be followed by our annual Christmas Party with plentiful complimentary seasonal food, wine and Read more
Natasha Page Programme 28-10-14 Come along to the opening event of Redbridge Music Society’s 66th season of musical evenings and enjoy an evening with Natasha Page (soprano) accompanied by Christopher Benham (piano). The varied programme will include songs from Handel to Ravel, and Johann Strauss to Ivor Novello – so there is sure to be Read more