All evening concerts are £15.
Lunchtime concerts are £10.
Children free.
Tickets available online from our SumUp site

2023

 

5 Oct

An Evening of Song with Matt Beckingham

St Mary’s School Hall – 7pm


2 Nov

The Waddington Military Wives Choir

St Mary’s Church – 7.30pm


*25 Nov

Rossall International Piano Academy

St Mary’s School Hall – 12 noon


2024

*13 Jan

Mick Jenkinson & Kev Fitzpatrick
Songwriters and Folk Singers

St Mary’s School Hall – 12 noon


 

*3 Feb

Xizong Chen (piano)

St Mary’s School Hall – 12 noon


28 Mar

Solis Trio (Horn, Trumpet & Trombone)

St Mary’s School Hall – 7pm


2 May

Benjamin Frith & Heidi Rolfe (piano duet)

St Mary’s School Hall – 7pm


6 Jun

Aestus String Quartet

St Mary’s School Hall – 7pm


4 Jul

Doncaster Youth Jazz Association

St Mary’s Church – 7pm


*Saturday Lunchtime Concerts – admission includes light lunch served after the concert

 

The Society developed from a concert held on 17th March 1977 by the Coull Quartet. This concert had been suggested by the daughter of founder members Philip and Mary Mottram, who was friendly with members of the quartet. The concert was such a success that large numbers of the audience proposed that a music society be established, with the object of staging concerts on a regular basis.

Since then the Society has acted as host to a number of musicians who have gone on to achieve international recognition such as lutenist Anthony Rooley and soprano Emma Kirkby, trumpeter Alison Balsom, the Lindsay, Brodsky and Fitzwilliam String Quartets and the recorder player Michala Petrie.