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Tuesday 1 November 2022 at 1:00 pm

LICMF Lunchtime Concert

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LICMF Lunchtime Concert


Tuesday 1st November 2022, 1pm with Lunchtime Extra 2:15-3pm

Tickets: £11 adult, £3 student (on proof of eligibility)



with Paul Gregory, guitar


LICMF welcomes the guitarist, Paul Gregory to play in their first post lockdown Lunchtime Concert at the Drill. Come and be serenaded by magical sounds from the English composer, William Walton alongside the sunny warmth of music from Italy and Brazil.





Thusslegarth                                       S. Funk Pearson (1952)


Variations Across the Ages                M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968)


A Day in November                           L. Brouwer (1939)


Bagatelles No.1,2 & 3                        Sir William Walton (1902-1983)


Three Brazilian Pieces:


Jorge do Fusa (Choro)                        Garoto (A.Sardinha) (1915-1955)

Amando sobre o Mar – Vals               Z. de Abreu (1880 -1935)

Duende Mulatos (Candombe)            C. Moscardini (1959)


Paul Gregory started playing guitar at the age of 10. Later he also studied cello and composition in  London. He gave his Wigmore Hall debut when 19. Three years later he won the Andres Segovia International Competition in Spain. Paul has made BBC Radio 3 programmes, including live broadcasts from the NTL Studio in Belfast, the Wigmore Hall and from Broadcasting House. Paul has been a visiting professor to the Royal Irish Academy and for ten years Chief External Examiner at the Scottish Conservatoire. More recently he has been invited to give masterclasses at RCM and Trinity Laban. He has just given a series of concerts with pianist Yoko Ono ending up in the wonderful 1901 Arts Club in London for Poliphonia.

Paul is a founder member to New Music Brighton and the Lunchtime Concerts at the Chapel Royal Brighton. In 2002 he set up a guitar distribution company Maestoso Music, providing many of the best music shops with carefully selected instruments.

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