Photo Gallery 2019

Jazz Band DixieMix

The hottest and the best

Saturday 27th April 2019, 7.30pm 

DixieMix packed the church, with over 130 people in attendance. The band with great success opened the 2019 season of Trunch Concerts in St Botolph’s, performing classical jazz favourites.

Programme

Philip Mead
piano recital

LORD NELSON
CELEBRATION

Saturday 9th June 2018, 7.30pm 

Philip Mead, a well-known concert pianist,  played in Trunch to an enthusiastic audience, with a big success.  The concert, dedicated to Lord Nelson, brought together great British History and fresh British strawberries, and the audience even sang along with the pianist!

On an encore, Philip played “Clair de lune” Debussy.

Programme

 

Veronica Henderson, cello

Jill Morton, piano

FRENCH EXTRAVAGANZA

Saturday 14th July 2018, 7.30pm

On the French national day Veronica Henderson and Jill Morton played extravagant cello music. The concert  was attended by about 50 people. It was a deeply moving experience, especially the audience liked the masterpieces of Debussy, Messiaen and Chopin. Takings on the door were £413 before expenses.

Programme

 

Ashley Grote – organ recital.

BACH, HANDEL, MOZART

Friday 17th August 2018, 7.30pm

The very succesful organ recital attracted over 70 people in attendance. Norwich organ builder Richard Bower, who in 2012 rebuilt St.Botolph’s organ, also was there.

Programme

 

NORFOLK JAZZ QUINTET. Swinging Jazz

Saturday 8th September 2018, 7.30pm

The last from the Summer 2018 season, jazz concert attracted about 75 people in attendance. Norfolk Jazz Quinted played uplifting programme which was very well received by the audience. Takings on the door were £657 before expenses.