on Sunday May 5th. 2019
at The Lancaster Hall Hotel,
35 Craven Terrace, London W2 3EL

Doors open: 1.30pm, Programme: 2pm - 6pm

The event includes presentations using recordings.

Our special guest will be pianist Helen Crayford, (a former pupil of Nadia Boulanger), who may be remembered for her 'At the Piano' recitals on Radio Two. In addition to her classical work, Helen has given her "Rags to Riches" concerts around the country for many years, in which she features the music of such distinguished musicians as Scott Joplin, Zez Confrey, Fats Waller, Eubie Blake and Billy Mayerl and it is with this repertoire that she will be entertaining us.

Admission fee: 12.00 - includes refreshments during the first interval
A selection of CDs and Books will be available for sale

Nearest stations: Paddington (main line),
Paddington and Lancaster Gate (Underground)

On-street parking nearby and very limited spaces in
the hotel car park @ 8 per vehicle

See map below

Further details from Tony Clayden
telephone: 020 8449 5559

2018 London Light Music Meetings Group
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The London Light Music Meetings Group was formed in 2014 to continue to hold the meetings which were formerly organised by the Robert Farnon Society.

Each of these takes the form of a Sunday afternoon event during which recorded musical items are presented and discussed; they are held in May and October of each year.

The range of music genres is broadly as before embracing Light Orchestral, Film, TV and Theatre - related, Big Band and similar material.

The previous successful format is retained with a central feature/guest speaker and includes live performances from time to time.

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