On paper the blend of Welsh Harp and Senegalese Kora should be a concept that does not work, but somehow, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita manage to take their different cultural heritages and create something beautiful, wistful, exciting and unique.
Mon - Sat | 8:30am - 4:30pm
PICTURE YOURSELF AT ST PAUL’S: A CALL FOR ENTRIES
Spring 2019 Worthing Portrait Artist of the Year: an exciting evening of live portraiture. 12 local artists, 4 hours, 3 sitters, 1 prize!
Deadline for entries - 12 noon, Friday 11th January 2019.
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Have you ever wondered what incredible sounds could be created when the former “Harpist to the Prince of Wales” combines with the African sensibilities of a renowned Senegalese Kora player? Well look no further get yourself down to St Pauls Worthing on Thursday the 29th of November.
In our multi-media world, we are often quick to categorise, label and judge, however the music of James Heather does not sit easily in any category and music lovers of all types are responding to his lyrical, expressive, emotive solo piano pieces with roots in classical, ambient and contemporary music.
St. Paul’s has begun the search for 12 talented artists aged 18+ to come together for 4 hours of live portraiture work on the evening of Friday the 22nd of March 2019. Over the course of the evening, each artist will complete a portrait of one of three sitters, whose identities will be revealed in the preceding days.
For classical music fans, lovers of the Tango or just those looking for a special evening of music and conversation, this weekend sees the second Interview Concert at St Paul’s.
Coming hot on the heels of a number of very successful events, we expect demand to be high for this unique experience.
November 2017 saw the first of a series of “Interview Concerts at St.Paul’s” where renowned international musicians gave a rapt audience the chance to listen to live classical music as it should be performed. Wonderful music played in the round by extremely talented musicians with verve, ease and precision.
On Saturday March 17th, the beating heart of Ireland comes to St. Paul’s Worthing. Local Legends Flash Company return after a four year hiatus with their famously boisterous, St. Patricks Day Party. As always there will be music, dancing, quips and asides and the odd glass or two taken. What is more, it is all in aid of a fantastic local charity.
Jacob Aaron has for several years given us his unique take on contemporary RnB, with thoughtful, insightful lyrics and a song-writing talent that has seen his tracks appear regularly on BBC Introducing the South. Looking to expand that sound Jacob has put together a band which sets itself outside any style or label, with the addition of “black-metal” guitarist David Lovejoy, rock drummer Jordan Birchall and funk bass player Isaiah Brown all melded into Jacob’s RnB mix.
The coffee at St.Paul’s is highly rated, so why not pop in & have one with a slice of delicious, homemade cake or enjoy with a full English breakfast.