THE LINE UP 2019

Music at St Andrews Square & Claremont Gardens
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Claremont Gardens

11 am Surbiton High School

 Surbiton High School are looking forward to performing at the Surbiton Festival. We will be featuring work from our Boys’ Prep Choir as well as our Senior School girls group, Fortissimo.

Official website of British singer songwriter Emma Lauson www.emmalausonofficial.com. Weaving skillfully between rhythmical alt pop & lo-fi urban folk with glimpses of Latin, reggae & melodic upbeat country, Emma Lauson takes you on a journey from the quirky to the familiar & back again faster than you can say "I like your sparkly red guitar!"

Surbiton Royal British Legion Youth Marching Band is a non profit making organisation set up in 1965 for young people between the ages of 8-25. All tuition, instruments and uniform are provided by the band which runs along the same lines as H.M. forces. The band promotes musical knowledge, self discipline and self confidence and in the past has had many members go into careers within H.M. forces as well as becoming professional musicians in other bands and orchestras.

Ballet classes in Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton and Earlsfield

Why choose Bellarinas?

Your little ones will learn ballet steps, exercises and enjoy dancing the routines. It’s a chance for our child to sparkle and express themselves whilst learning skills such as posture, musicality and co-ordination, in a kind and exciting environment.

1pm Sarah Chaplin Jazz Band & Guests

Renowned local author and Jazz performer, Sarah brings her band to the Festival Stage with added guests to entertain everyone by way of relaxing and up tempo Jazz for all age groups to enjoy. This is Jazz as it should be, recognisable, laid back, all that will be missing is the smoke filled room!

KT6, a 20-strong vocal harmony group who meet weekly at Surbiton High School, was formed two years ago and has since entertained audiences at venues and events across south London with songs from artists as diverse as Madonna, Chaka Khan, Joni Mitchell and Radiohead. The group is led by musical director Matt Burdynowski, who arranges most of its eclectic repertoire. For more information, visit www.kt6vocalgroup.org

2.30 pm Pop Star Performers

Pop Star Performers is a confidence boosting weekly term class taught by professional vocalist Claire Bender. Claire has worked in the industry for over 10 years and now as a mum herself, would like to share her experience and passion with local children to bring out the confidence and fun that music can offer.

At the festival Claire will be showcasing some of her students, check timetable on the day for details

 

“Music and dancing have always been a huge part of my life and I believe that all children should be given the opportunity to perform and experience the joy of achievement that comes from finishing a show”. 

 

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3 pm Kingston Music Service Jazz Bands

A selection of jazz classics from talented students from around the borough.

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St Andrews Sq

10 am Finn & the Bin Men

Finn and the Binmen are a five piece alt-rock outfit. They are a group of friends who all go to Hollyfield School and have been playing together for 2 years

10.40 am Alake Lore

A young talented guy who can woo a crowd as was shown last year when he captivated his audience, another future star in the making

11.30 am Maya Lane

Maya Lane is a 16 year old singer songwriter who is passionate about pursuing a career in music. She plays a combination of acoustic pop / folk and mixes popular and classic covers with her own material.

Returning to Surbiton Festival once again, Joe will be playing the hits plus tracks from his new EP ‘In The Ashes of the Scalded Earth’, spanning the complex arenas of civil war, ghosting, gentrification and fancying someone off the telly

Coordinated and fronted by all round musician Elliot Sutcliffe, this choir which can boast 60 strong at times cover great Rock & Pop Classics with amazing finesse and give a different but recognisable edge to songs we all sing along to.

Travisty are regular performers at Wags ‘n Tales Bar on the Brighton Road. These guys cover many hits of the great Scottish band Travis, blended with many other classic and contemporary pop songs from the likes of Coldplay, REM, Crowded House, U2, Stereophonics and others.

Singing with Travisty is Michelle J. Michelle has a voice that will give you Goosebumps at times, such is the power of a classically trained singer turned to modern genres, Michelle can be seen regularly on the Pizza Express Jazz circuit, but for the festival she will be much more upbeat…enough said, you have to be there to find out!

From the acoustic, folk-tinged “Galaxies” to the quirky pop of “Digital Rendezvous” and the driving rock of “Tame...Meg And The Freeloaders showcase the diversity of their melodic indie rock with undeniably catchy tunes that’ll get your feet tapping along in no time.

In October 2018 Meg & The Freeloaders entered the studio to record five tracks that defined their new sound. 2019 sees the band gigging wherever and whenever they can, (most recently the Surbiton Food Festival, Hampton Wick Big Picnic, Middlesex Food Festival). 

Since playing at Surbiton Festival 2018 Novak have continued to deliver a Hard Rocking Classic Sound of Thin Lizzy AC/DC and The Who Songs at various local Pubs Parties and even John Lovell’s Wedding at which most of the guests were fellow musicians. For Bookings/Enquiries please contact Paul on 07718756250 or paul.davies31@blueyonder.co.uk

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