Allegro Appassionato

Funded by audience donations

Conoco Rooms
Louth Library

Refreshments served before the concert from 11.45am-12.40pm.

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Recitals are on Wednesdays 

from 12.45pm-1.30pm 


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November 2019 - February 2020

6 November Nukuleles 

Janis Ramsey and Anita Briggs bring their group of players to perform a selection of folk and popular songs.

13 November  Sixteen85

A. The year 1685 AD, in which Bach, Handel and Scarlati were born.
B. A group of musicians, based in Lincoln, devoted to recreating the music of these and other baroque composers.

20 November  St Michael’s School

We are always delighted to be entertained by pupils from our local schools. Indeed, we think it is one of the principal purposes for Allegro Appassionato.

27 November Michael Wood, saxaphone   

A full time saxophone musician living in Ludford, Michael entertains all over Lincolnshire. He loves his regular spot busking in New Street in Louth on market days. This is an opportunity to hear him for a full 45 minutes, whilst you sit in comfort as he plays popular jazz classics to high quality backings. His easy going style creates a relaxed, convivial atmosphere!

4 December  A seasonal show

As usual, this is an opportunity for a selection of  performers - even some members of the Allegro committee - to sign off for our mid-winter break with numbers selected to stimulate your appetite for the up-coming festivities.

5 February, 2020  Spire Federation CE Primary Schools     

Jane Amey will bring pupils from North Cockerington and East Wolds primary schools, now both part of the Spire Federation. We work on the basis that it is as good for the children to have an opportunity to perform as it is for us to delight in their performances.

16 October  Ivor Pickard 

James was well received at his first Allegro concert and makes a welcome return. His programme today will include favourites such as Widmung (Schumann) and The Vagabond (Vaughan-Williams)  along with lesser known gems ranging over three centuries of verse. His accompanist is Koki Imada.

19 February Claire Holdich, flute   

We are delighted that Claire and her accompanist Sue Finn have agreed to return to Allegro. Their previous performances for us have received  rapturous responses.

26 February  The Katriane Duo   

Kate and Ian have entertained us over the years with a wide repertoire of music. Kate is a valuable new member of the Allegro committee. In 2017 she walked from Land’s End to John O’Groats to celebrate her recovery from cancer. Today Kate and Ian will play a musical memoir of that journey, and her book, “Adventure a er Cancer” will be available to buy.