• Thu
    1:00 pmMill Hill Chapel, Leeds

    As part of the Mill Hill Chapel Summer recital series part of the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir (namely Chantelle Cain, Freya White, Jennifer Shepherd and myself) will be performing lunchtime recital. The programme will feature solo, duo and quartet performances loosely based on Astor Piazzolla. Apart from including pieces by Piazzolla himself it will also include pieces by Bach, Abreu, Albeniz, Debussy and others.

  • Fri
    7:00 pmArts@Trinity, Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6HW

    Joined by Beat It! the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir takes on the Americas!

    Inspired by the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this year the Flute Choir and Beat It! will be playing music sure to make your hips move!

    Beat It! is a percussion ensemble within ArtForms Leeds for 9-18 year olds. They will be joining us with Marimbas, Vibraphones, drums of various sizes and things that rattle and shake!

    The programme will include pieces by Piazzolly, Abreu, Albeniz, Scott and many more.

    The concert is FREE - donations are always welcome.

    The bar will be serving.

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  • Thu
    1:00 pmMill Hill Chapel, Leeds

    Join the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir for a musical lunch with a variety of scrumptious pieces!


  • Thu
    1:00 pmArts@Trinity, Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6HW

    The Classical Lunchtime Recital at Arts@Trinity has been successfully running for a couple of years in a cooperation with Leeds College of Music in which the 3rd year students have been performing. This year it's widening the performance opportunities to players from all over the country.

    We shall be performing a 45min set including pieces by Verdi, Rutter, Adler, Hoover, and more.

    The recital is free, but donations to the Flute Choir are welcome!

  • Tue
    8:00 pmNational Centre for Early Music York & Arts@Trinity Leeds

    The concert on 29th will be in York, the concert on 30th will be in Leeds.

    Departure Lounge Collective is celebrating 15 years of experimental and improvised music making. In November 2001, James E Stephenson and Paul J Abbott (aka Mr WobblyHead) started the collective as undergraduates at the University of York, selling out their first concerts at Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall and then the National Centre for Early Music on the same day.

    Ever since, they have been delighting audiences throughout the UK with their unique and engaging approach to music. For this special birthday concert, 15 years to the day since their first performances they will be joined by musical friends old and new for an exhuberant and beautiful celebration in the stunning of environment of Holy Trinity Church.

    Departure Lounge has always stood out among improvisation groups for its attention to the needs of the audience, while continuing to push at the boundaries of musical invention. From soaring melodies to pulsing rhythmic experiments, expect to go on a special journey as the Departure Lounge return to their roots.

    The current line-up includes voice, oboe, flute, percussion, live electronics, electric guitars and synthesizers to create a fascinating world of musical invention in which the constraints of genre are ignored.

    James E Stephenson: oboe, synths
    Paul J Abbott: voice, electric guitar, live electronics, synths
    Laura Kox: bass flute
    Alexandros Pepelasis: percussion.

    Tickets: £5 / £3 (concessions including all students). Please note: for concessions please buy a full price ticket and you will be refunded on the door with proof of concession.


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  • Fri
    7:30 pmArts@Trinity, Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6HW

    With the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir and LCoM SU Partsong Choir

    Join us for an evening of wonderful classical music and all your christmas favourites including a sing-along session in Aid of Maggie's charity. The beautiful 18th century grade 1 listed Holy Trinity Church (second oldest church in Leeds) will be festively decorated and the bar will not dissapoint! There will also be the opportunity of winning great prizes in our raffle!

    About Maggie's:

    Maggie’s provides free support for people with cancer and their families and friends. Built in the grounds of NHS hospitals, Maggie’s Centres are warm, welcoming places with professional staff on hand to offer the help people need. They are places to find practical advice about benefits and eating well; places where qualified experts provide emotional support; friendly places to meet other people, and calming spaces simply to sit quietly with a cup of tea.

    Money raised through this amazing carol concert will go towards a £5 million campaign to build a Maggie’s Centre right in Leeds in the ground of St James’s Hospital which will provide support to anyone affected by cancer across Yorkshire.

    To find out more visit the website here.

    About the Arts@Trinity Flute Choir:

    Founded by Laura Kox after graduating from Leeds College of Music Masters of Music Performance course in January 2015 this ensemble has grown from only 5 members in the beginning to now being one of the biggest in the country. Consisting of professional flautists as well as flute students from all over town to amateures that want to pick up playing the flute again the participants come from as far as Derby, York, Sheffield and Harrogate and have established themselves playing at various events throughout the 2 years and putting on 2 of their own concerts a year inviting soloists and other groups to join them. They have a resident composer in Simon Cummings and invite other composers to come forward and write pieces for them.

    After supporting Maggie's by doing a little performance at this year's Culture Crawl we are very glad to be able to support them again, this time with a full concert.

    Find out more about them here.

    About the LCoM SU Partsong Choir:

    LCOM SU choir are 45 singers of which are all students at Leeds Conservatoire. Under the leadership of Musical Director, Yonni Levy, the choir explores a variety of genres of choral music. The choir makes an inspiring and luxurious sound and have been invited to perform in two international choral festivals in Prague over the summer season. These singers also have various projects set up throughout the year as a choir to engage and encourage the public into choral music.

    Doors will open half an hour prior to the concert starting.

    Tickets: £10 (full price) / £8 (concessions: students, unwaged & OAPs. Please buy a full priced ticket, you will be refunded on the door with proof of concession.)