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Baroque Borrowers – St. George’s Chamber Orchestra a 250th anniversary celebration of Telemann
Saturday 18th November 2017 at 7:45 pm

Georg Philipp Telemann 14 March 1681 to 25 June 1767

A programme including music borrowed from or by other composers. 

Telemann Concerto for 3 Violins in F TWV 53:F1 1st movement (not the Queen of Sheba!)

Handel Concerto Grosso in C in Alexander’s Feast HWV318

Telemann Oboe Concerto in G TWV 51:G2

Erlebach Overture No.4


Telemann Violin Concerto in G minor TWV 51:g1

Bach Oboe Concerto in G minor BWV 1056

Telemann Viola Concerto in G TWV 51:G9


Owen Dennis – Oboe   principal oboe SGCO

Edward Vanderspar – Viola   principal viola LSO (& SGCO)

Dominic Moore – Violin / Director

Tickets £14, £5 Under 25s available on-line via this link

Also from Beckenham Bookshop 42 High Street Beckenham BR3 1AY &

The Parish Office (9.30 to 2.30 Mon to Fri) in the church opposite M & S


There will be a licensed Cash Only bar or bars for this event under the auspices of a TEN licence from Bromley Council. Refreshments may be purchased before the performance and during the interval only.

The usual alcohol licensing law applies.

Artist Information

St George’s Chamber Orchestra

Beckenham’s professional orchestra

The St. George’s Chamber Orchestra (SGCO) was founded in 2004 as the professional orchestra for the South East in order to give local music lovers the opportunity to hear orchestral concerts of the highest standard on their own doorstep, and indeed for the musicians to enjoy making music together on their own doorstep!

The orchestra is drawn from an extraordinarily talented, experienced and versatile pool of musicians, a large number of whom are past winners of prestigious awards and musical competitions in the UK and elsewhere. Many either are or have been members of the leading London orchestras and a significant number are principals in those orchestras. Many others are members of Britain’s best known chamber ensembles.

St. George’s has a long, strong and respected musical heritage, and boasts one of the finest church choirs in the UK. With its spaciousness, good acoustics and warm friendly atmosphere the church is an ideal venue for a chamber orchestra.


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