Next 3 concerts

Classical Concert in aid of

Watford Mencap on 15th September

Watford Mencap
Edmon Colomer

for a classical music concert at

The Clarendon Muse
Watford Grammar School for Boys
Rickmansworth Road
Herts WD18 7JL
7.30pm Saturday 15 September. 

including music by Carnicer, Balada, Rodrigo and Mozart.

Edmon Colomer, the conductor of Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra   Facebook icon Twitter logo
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Magginis return to Rickmansworth on

28th September

After a most exhilarating performance on 8th June, including quartets by Haydn, Schubert and Rubbra, the Maggini Quartet returns to Rickmansworth on 28th September.

The programme will include Haydn string quartet in A, Vaughan Williams string quartet in G minor and Mendelssohn quartet in E flat.

on Friday, 28th September 2018
at 7.30pm
at the Baptist Church, Rickmansworth

Pre-concert talk by Julian Leaper at 7.00 pm

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Purcell School Students to give

another lunchtime performance of

solo recitals on 10th October

TRMS is proud to present Purcell School Students to perform solo trumpet, cello, flute, piano and violin recitals in this Lunchtime Concert.

The programme will include compositions by Gregson, Sollima, Davidoff, Burton and Ravel.

Wednesday, 10th October 2018
1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
at the Baptist Church, Rickmansworth

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TRMS's recent concerts

June 8 Concert

Edmund Rubbra: the man & his music

Christopher Gunning gave a pre-concert talk on Rubbra's music to a packed audiance

The final concert of Three Rivers Music Society’s 2017-18 season shone a much-needed spotlight on an English composer who is unknown to many of today’s concertgoers.

Although Edmund Rubbra’s music fell out of fashion about 50 years ago, some argue that he was one of the most significant British composers of the 20th century.

On Friday, June 8 the hugely popular Maggini Quartet underscored the importance of the Gerrards Cross composer’s work with a memorable performance of his Third String Quartet.

Their concert in Rickmansworth’s Baptist Church, which also included works by Haydn and Schubert, was attended by Rubbra’s younger son, Adrian Yardley, a music librarian who is currently working on his father’s archive.

The society was also delighted to welcome one of Rubbra’s most distinguished students, Christopher Gunning, who lives in Rickmansworth.

Gunning, a multi-award-winning composer of film and television scores, gave the pre-concert talk in which he offered insights into Rubbra’s music, his personality and his teaching style.

A prolific composer of instrumental and vocal works, Rubbra was highly respected by major musical figures such as Ralph Vaughan Williams and Sir Adrian Boult.  His fame was at its peak in the mid-20th century but his name had been almost forgotten by the time of his death in 1986.

Christopher Gunning with Adrian Yardley- Rubbra's son.

Gunning speech on Rubbra's music

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A real treat given by Thomas Bowes

playing J. S. Bach

Tom Bowes's solo violin Bach's music was not only sublime and wonderful but it also kept the TRMS audiance spellbound.

This concert took place on Wednesday, 9th May 2018
at 7.30pm
at the Baptist Church, Rickmansworth

Thomas Bowes playing
J.S. Bach's The Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin
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A flute and piano duet

by Stokes and Lee

A most enjoyable and refreshingly bright flute and piano duet was given by Anna Stokes and Wai-Yin Lee and they played Fauré's Fantaisie op.79 and C.P.E. Bach ‘Hamburg’ Sonata in G amongst the other pieces on Wednesday, 18th April 2018 at 7.30pm at the Baptist Church, Rickmansworth
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Saturday, 15.09.2018

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Friday, 28.09.2018

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Wednesday, 10.10.2018

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Wednesday, 21.11.2018

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TRMS looking forward to 2018/2019

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