No 65 – Monday, 8th April at 11.00am
ADRIAN SMITH AND FRIENDS – Adrian is perhaps best known locally as the violist in the Ringlemere Ensemble.   He will be joined by Jane Browne violinVicky Walker cello and Tony Halstead piano in a recital to include some of Adrian’s own delightful compositions.
No 66 – Monday, 10th June at 11.00am
MADNESS – Tilly Green mezzo-soprano and Jamie Rogers piano.   Another of our concerts with a Canterbury Cathedral connection.   Tilly sings with the cathedral choir, and on April 13 is to undertake the role of the Angel in Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius with local choral societies at the Duke of York’s Royal Military School in Dover, and Jamie, a frequent broadcaster and at one time a member of the choir at St Andrew’s, is now the cathedral’s Assistant Director of Music. Their programme features music on the theme of madness, ranging from Baroque composers to Britten.
No 67 – Monday, 8th July at 11.00am
TROIS DAMES TRÈS SPÉCIALES – Following the 2024 Deal Festival’s theme of French ConnectionsBridget Tizzard sopranoFloriane Peycelon violin,Keren Starer-Shaw celloand John Harper piano join together to present beauteous music written by three top female composers – Louise Farrenc, Amy Beach and Cécile Chaminade.

No 68 – Monday, 9th September at 11.00am

The Orsay Ensemble, possibly featuring the Brahms Clarinet Quintet and Mahler Piano Quartet.

Also during Festival Week the church/hall is being used as follows
Sunday, 7 July at 15:00 – The Chaps Choir
Monday, 8 July at 11:00 – Coffee Concert (see above)
Wednesday, 10 July at 14:00 – Salome String Quartet
Friday, 12 July from 15.30 – 18.00 – Gavin Esler