This year’s Spring programme of Sunday afternoon Concerts at St Andrew’s Church, Rushmere will be held in support of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, the only organisation dedicated wholly to safeguarding Suffolk’s wildlife and countryside.    
There is no charge for admission and everyone is welcome to attend.
Refreshments are provided and we invite voluntary contributions after each event.

As usual, the concerts present a high quality of performance and a wide range of musical styles.
This year’s programme is:

  • 7th April: Michael Broadway (Pianola Recital)

Recently retired as Curator of the organ at the Royal Albert Hall, Michael will bring his pianola, link it to our baby grand piano and perform a programme of classical works in his unique style. Track him down at and look him up on YouTube!

  • 14th April Daniel Law & Chris Slatter (Cello & Piano)

Daniel makes a very welcome return to St Andrew’s, this time with Chris to present a programme of cello and piano duets. Daniel is well known to us as a highly accomplished pianist; Chris is founder and manager of the Scintillo String Quartet based in Woodbridge.   

  • 21st April The Accidentals (Popular Vocal Group)

A welcome return by this six-piece female vocal harmony group from Sudbury with its repertoire of popular music from the 1940s up to the present.  We can expect a lively and enjoyable performance.

  • 28th April Maurizio Baudino & Dario Vannini (Guitars)

Rushmere is delighted to present Maurizio and Dario from Italy as part of their short concert tour in England this year.  They have performed independently and together in many parts of Europe.   For a taster, you can listen to Maurizio on YouTube.


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We look forward to welcoming you to any or all of the concerts!