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Music in The Village

2021 season

How to find St. Michael & All Angels


Bus stop K on the W15 route.


Parking restrictions cease at 6.30pm.

Local cafes, restaurants and pubs

From St. Michael & All Angels it's an easy step to Walthamstow High Street.  

There are quite a few coffee and snack places too.


Tapas, open until late, at Don Francisco y La Luna

18, High Street, or Afghan cuisine at 88, High Street.

Nearest pub is the Chequers, 145 High Street.



Walthamstow-based artist Anna Alcock is our artist in residence.  You can see her work at Inky Cuttlefish Studios, Blackhorse Lane


St. Barnabas Sunday concerts  have started again!


Many thanks to specialist musical instrument insurers, Newmoon Insurance Services Ltd. who have offered financial assistance this year.




As there are currently so few opportunities for concert- goers and musicians alike.  Music in the Village plans to expand the series in the coming season.   Keep an eye out for new events, as circumstances allow me to plan them!

2021  concerts will remain at

St. Michael & All Angels, Northcote Road,  

E17 6PQ  on WEDNESDAY nights.

Concerts during the 2021 season will last about 65  minutes, starting 7.30pm as usual.

There will be no interval or refreshments.


Tickets:  £12  (£6 children/students/seniors)


December 16th was POSTPONED 

Salomon Quartet, with John Crockatt viola

String quintets by Mozart and Beethoven.


January 6th  2021  is CANCELLED

Scenes from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night . With luck, it may happen January 2022


February 3rd  will be POSTPONED.

Baroque Sonatas, Concertos & More!

Music by Sammartini, Fasch & Vivaldi plus

the premiere of a new work by Roderick Williams.

Gail Hennessy  baroque oboe

Catherine Martin & Karin Björk  violins

Joanne Miller  viola

Jacob Garside  cello & violoncello piccolo

Nicholas Parle  harpsichord


March 3rd  likely to be postponed.

The Fitzwilliam String Quartet


When London returns to tier 2,

these postponed concerts will be rescheduled for late March or May.

April 7th  

Nicholas Parle  harpsichord


April 28th

Catherine Martin violin & Jan Waterfield organ

Music for violin and organ, including one of Biber's haunting Mystery sonatas.