Author: Robert Bridge

Tonight! Words and Music at All Saints’ Putney

Late call for this but if you are free tonight this promises to be an interesting evening of music, poetry and interviews about the church and its rich artistic history. All Saints is celebrating its 150th anniversary and both William Morris and Burne-Jones were involved in its original design with Burne-Jones contributing designs for the windows whilst William Morris created…… Read more →

Schumann and Ravel

As mentioned in the rehearsal this week I’m giving a short recital on Sunday 19th at 12 noon in All Saints’ Church, Putney Common as part of their Tunes @ Noon series. I’ll be playing some whimsical and futuristic piano pieces by Schumann called Papillons, and a set of 1920’s jazz-age waltzes by Ravel called Valses Nobles et Sentimentales. Clap…… Read more →


Just wanted to let you all know that I’m doing a concert on Monday 27th July. For those of us who have now forgotten what this means it basically involves getting a bunch of musicians together and performing some pieces of music. In my case I’ll be joining cellist Jonathan Stallick and violinist Liz Baldey to play a Haydn Trio.…… Read more →