Musical Director Roger Jones
CLO is an orchestra of around 70 amateur and semi-
at Henley Community Centre, IP6 0RP.
Other groups -
We have vacancies for violinists, a double-
Stacks of Sax is a Suffolk based group performing gigs around the region for the past twenty years or so. Their standard line up is now eight saxes which can feature, alongside the usual suspects, the tiny Sopranino Sax and the enormous Bass Sax.
For their very first gig they each received a giant watermelon -
While Herbie Hancock's Watermelon Man features in their repertoire they no longer play for fruit (no matter what the temperature!). Their playlist now includes jazz, swing, light classical and show tunes alongside original pieces written by members of the octet and the wider repertoire of new music for saxophones.
Peter Crompton (performing at our May concert) received the honorary title of Organist Emeritus on his retirement as Director of Music at the Royal Hospital School, where he presided over the magnificent four manual organ of the chapel for nearly forty years! Peter has appeared at many major venues including St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, Liverpool Cathedral and the Royal Albert Hall, where he has played the mighty Willis organ for the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance, televised by the BBC, for twenty one years! Forthcoming recitals include Leeds Minster and Bath Abbey. He has also broadcast on Radio 2 and 3 and has made several highly acclaimed recordings on the organ of the Royal Hospital School.
Saturday 30 March
at St John’s Church, Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich
in support of Guide Dogs
Featuring Stacks of Sax
Saturday 18 May 2019
at St John’s Church, Felixstowe
In aid of church funds
Saturday 16 November 2019
at Ipswich School
In support of Castle Hill Community Trust
Friday March 20th 2020
at River of Life Church, Felixstowe
In support of Felixstowe Christians against Poverty
Saturday May 9th 2020
at Hadleigh Church
Please go to our bookings page.