This calendar of events at St Mary’s Church will be frequently updated to include ticketing and pricing details that are not immediately available, but will be posted as artists and musicians confir
SATURDAY 7TH DECEMBER 10.30am
A recital on the Bevington organ by Fr Richard.
Coffee and biscuits. Free entry.
Retiring collection in aid of St Mary’s.
SATURDAY 7TH DECEMBER 7.30pm
HAY JAZZ PRESENTS: THE TRUMPET LEGENDS
Multi award-winning trumpet player Enrico Tomasso pays tribute to Louis Armstrong, Bunny Berigan, Chet Baker, Bix Beiderbecke, Harry James and Miles Davis.
Enrico started playing trumpet at the age of five, after listening to Louis Armstrong playing Basin Street Blues.
Five times winner of the Best Jazz Trumpet Player award he is coming to St Mary’s to pay tribute to the legendary trumpet players he most admires.
Rockin’ Chair, Sleepy Time Down South, Stardust, Our Love is Here to Stay and You Made Me Love You are just a few of the numbers he will be playing.
A licenced bar will be available
WEDNESDAY 11TH DECEMBER 3.30pm
CHRISTMAS CAROLS AT ST MARY’S
Hay & District Dial-a- Ride invite you their annual Christmas Carol Service led by the Monday Choir.
Entry £4.00 to include tea and mince pies.
FRIDAY 13TH DECEMBER 5.30pm – 7.00pm
PRESENTED BY HAYDLONIANT:
A CAKES & ALE CONCERT IN THE PARISH HALL, LION STREET, HAY-ON-WYE
Be entertained by the cream of local talent: The Black Lion Singers; Justin Preece; Catherine Hughes; Kate Hardy; Adrian Crick; Toby Parker; Janice Day and Martin Litton; Fr Richard Williams plus many more.
What more could you want for Christmas?
Refreshments from 5.30pm. Programme starts at 6.00pm.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 16th 7:30pm
Director Graham Ross. Ashley Chow and George Gillow – organ
The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and conductor Graham Ross present ‘A Clare Christmas’, exploring festive choral masterpieces old and new. Poulenc’s ‘Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël’ and Hieronymus Praetorius’s ‘Christmas Magnificat’ sit alongside Roderick Williams’ haunting ‘O Adonai’, Jan Sandström’s ‘Es ist ein Ros entsprungen’, and a selection of beautiful arrangements that tell us that Christmas has truly begun.
Tickets £17.50. Student cards £8.75, under 18s free
Tickets in person from Richard Booth’s Bookshop, 44 Lion Street, Hay-on-Wye.
Online through Booth’s Bookshop: http://tickets.boothbooks.co.uk.
At the door if available (cash only).