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Pavel Kolesnikov at St James 19 June 2019

We are very much looking forward to welcoming the wonderful Pavel Kolesnikov to St James. Since becoming Prize Laureate of the Honens Prize for Piano in 2012, Kolesnikov has performed around the world.  Significant recital and festival appearances include Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, Berlin’s Konzerthaus, the Louvre (Paris), Vancouver Recital Society, La Jolla Music Society, Spoleto…

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Newsletter March 2019

Newsletter March 2019 Our New Diary  Welcome to our first Newsletter of 2019. You should by now have received through your letter box the new St James diary which gives the programme of events right through to the end of June.  It is in a different format this time, being an A5 sized booklet and we hope…

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Whittaker Hall Heating Update

Earlier this year, St James's main hall heating suffered a catastrophic failure. The hall has an underfloor heating system that has been in place for nearly 30 years. In October we noticed that it had started leaking water at an alarming rate, and with the help of a local specialist, discovered that many of the…

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The Baghdaddies at St James

Baghdaddies Review by Tom Girard

Baghdaddies Review by Tom Girard Thanks to Tom Girard for writing this review of our Baghdaddies night on the 28th November. In recent years at least, mid-week in Guernsey has, when it comes to music, largely been reserved for more low-key events like acoustic showcases or open mic nights. So, when St James announced a show with Newcastle’s Baghdaddies along…

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Bach Choir

St James Choir Festival

We recently held the island’s first Choir Festival at St James.  Featuring no less than 25 local choirs, choristers joined together to raise the roof of St James with a variety of choral music. From Bach to Bernstein, Cole Porter to Snow Patrol there was no shortage of music to suit all tastes. It is…

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Art at St James

On Wednesday 10. October St James launched a new initiative for local artists. The walls of St James will be converted into an arts gallery, where Guernsey artists can exhibit and sell their pieces to the public. St James Director Jon Bisson says: "We have a lot of wall space in our public areas that we…

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