John Ashton Thomas

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Anna Noakes flute

Amy Dickson saxophone

Robert Smissen viola

Hugh Webb harp 

Chris Laurence double bass

Trans4mation String Quartet

Roger Sayer organ

 

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John Ashton Thomas is one of this country’s most versatile composers. It is hard to think of a genre or ensemble type for which he has not written during his award-winning career. Whilst his most prolific work has been for the big screen; the long list of films on which he has worked ranges from King Lear to The Bourne Trilogy - this concert shows that he is equally brilliant writing on a much smaller scale. Showcasing his own choice of chamber music with a hint of jazz on the side this concert features John’s chamber and jazz musicians of choice.

 

This concert is generously supported by The Master Treasurers for the time being of the Honourable Societies of the Inner and Middle Temple

 

Due to social distancing requirements tickets for this concert are unfortunately very limited, we are therefore having to restrict each person to two tickets. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope to be able to offer concerts at full capacity before too long.

Venue: Temple Church
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