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Forthcoming Concerts

All concerts at St George's Beckenham unless otherwise specified.


Friday 2nd October 2020 12.30pm

St George’s Recitals are back

The Arts at St George’s in Collaboration with St George’s Chamber Orchestra present

Dominic Moore Musical Director SGCO (violin) and Martin Cousin International Concert Pianist in Recital play

Handel Violin Sonata in D and

Brahms Violin Sonata No.1 in G

FREE Entry with retiring collection in aid of Music at St George’s

Important notice re COVID-19: Please note any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while in attendance at any of our services, recitals, concerts or other Arts events although we have put in place the various Covid-19 precautions listed below:-

You can only be admitted subject to providing your contact details

Face coverings must be worn

Social distancing will be maintained

Entry and exit will be via a one way system with

Hand Sanitising on entry & exit

We regret that toilet facilities will not be available other than for services and that refreshments cannot be served.

We ask you to:-

1).  Leave the church directly after all services and events as directed

2).  Ensure take all your property with when you leave and

3). To take your any service sheet or programmes away with you for safe disposal.

The Arts at St George’s and St George’s Parochial Church Council encourage you to follow its and any organiser’s safety policies, as well as local laws and restrictions.

We will allocate precise seats on a first-come, first-serve basis.

A pew can accommodate a maximum of 6 people if all from one household.

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Saturday 14th November 2020 7.45pm

Beethoven String Quartets Concert

This concert has originally scheduled for Sunday 28th June 2020 at 8pm as part of St George’s Festival for Beckenham 2020 but was postponed due to Covid 19

Beethoven Op.135 in F – the last major completed work

Beethoven 3rd ‘Razumovsky’ Quartet, Op.59 No.3 in C

The concert will be of only 1 hour’s duration with a restricted audience, no interval and subject to the Covid-19 Notice below.

Important notice re COVID-19:

Please note any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while in attendance at recitals or concerts although The Arts at St George’s and St George’s Parochial Church Council have put in place the various Covid-19 precautions listed below:-

We regret that toilet facilities will not be available other than and that refreshments cannot be served.

We ask you to:-

1).  Leave the church directly after all events as directed

2).  Ensure take all your property with when you leave and

3). To take your any programmes away with you for safe disposal.

The Arts at St George’s and St George’s Parochial Church Council encourage you to follow its and any organiser’s safety policies, as well as local laws and restrictions.

Tickets £18, £5 under 25’s (Friends of The Arts at St George’s £12, £3 Under 25’s) Tickets are expected to go on sale in early October

Until further notice tickets may only be bought on-line at www.stgeorgesarts.co.uk.

We will allocate precise seats on a first-come, first-serve basis on the night.

When booking tickets for ticketed events please only book tickets for your household as tickets bought together will be seated together. A pew can accommodate a maximum of 6 people if from one household.

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Saturday 6th March 2021 7.45pm

SGCO Early Spring Concert

Programme to be announced

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Saturday 8th May 2021 7.45pm

SGCO Late Spring Concert

Programme to be announced

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View past SGCO concerts.