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Free Sunday afternoon concerts
January to November 2023
The concerts are held in Westonzoyland’s beautiful parish church of St Mary the Virgin on Main Road, Westonzoyland, TA7 0EP.
All concerts start at 3 pm. Tea, coffee and cake are available at a modest charge from 2.15 pm.
There are currently no statutory requirements with regard to Covid and we are being a little more relaxed about numbers. However, Music on the Levels has an informal booking system to help provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for everyone and give an indication of how many cakes to bake! However, if you have not booked by the time of the concert, there may still be room for you.
Those wishing to go to one of the concerts are asked to contact Frank Challenger on 01278 699071 or email email@example.com.
Sunday 29 January
Sunset Café Stompers
A six-piece band playing music from the New Orleans dance halls of a century ago, and from the early great band-leaders including Jelly Roll Morton and Duke Ellington. Set up more than 30 years ago, the band was recently described as ‘one of the best bands of its kind in the land’ by the national magazine Just Jazz.
Sunday 26 February
Devon Salinas and Sophie Green
Vocalist Sophie and guitarist Devon will be putting their own stamp on covers of popular songs such as Isn’t She Lovely, American Boy, September, and Stand by Me. Both are in their final year at Leeds Conservatoire but are already in great demand at festivals and to perform with other solo artists and bands.
Sunday March 26
Jacquelyn Bevan – piano, Lisa Betteridge – violin and Linda Stocks – cello, present a musical menagerie: cats, dogs, birds, fish … and an elephant, including numbers from Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals and well-known songs from Disney films. The concert is suitable for all ages – bring the family!
Sunday 30 April
The Ciderhouse Rebellion
Profound and eloquent, epic, haunting and dramatic, The Ciderhouse Rebellion sees master musicians Adam Summerhayes and Murray Grainger combine to produce incredible tapestries of sound on violin and accordion.
Sunday 21 May
This is a wind band, made up of brass and woodwind instruments, originating from Kingsbury Episcopi. It exists for the pleasure and enjoyment of making music for both band members and others, attending over thirty functions every year.
Sunday 25 June
Daisy is an incredibly well-travelled pianist and vocalist who draws influences from the anti-folk world. Every song harbours a dark story of love, lust and loss told through her exquisite voice and piano, with Sue Lord on violin bringing the performances to harmonious endings.
Sunday 24 September
Ali and the Swing Cats
Featuring Ali Foyle on vocals and jazz violin, with pulsating rhythms, swinging base lines, soaring solos and polished performances, the band will have your feet tapping along with songs from the classic jazz era.
Sunday 29 October
Tell Me the Truth About Love
Niall Hoskin, baritone, and Jacquelyn Bevan, piano, present a recital of songs inspired by affairs of the heart with songs by Schubert, Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Gershwin and others.
Sunday 26 November
Thrill to the sound of brass in the fine acoustics of this wonderful church with seasonal music from composers ancient and modern.