BRIGHTON CHAMBER ENSEMBLE AT ST MARY’S CHURCH: 1800
An opportunity (free!) to hear Schubert’s Trio No. 2 in E-flat major for piano, violin, and cello, played by the excellent Brighton Chamber Ensemble: Steve Carroll-Turner on piano, Rachel Ellis on violin and Siriol Hugh-Jones on cello, all in the lovely interior of St Mary’s church. There will be wine, juice and nibbles afterwards and a chance to chat to the musicians. The concert is free, but donations are welcome to help pay for the church’s piano. For venue details, click here.
WHERE PATHWAYS MEET AT THE VERDICT: 2000
Where Pathways meet is a nine-piece ensemble who ‘are carving out their own sound through the fusing of transcendental Sun Ra inspired music with the melting pot of London’s dance music tradition.” To get a taste of what that sounds like, click here. For venue details, click here.
Tickets: £10 / £5
BIG BAND /HIP-HOP
DUTTY MOONSHINE BIG BAND MOST WANTED TOUR AT CONCORDE 2: 1900-2200
Not your average Big Band though: a 14-piece ensemble fronted by Hip-Hop and Grime MCs, and backed by a DJ. As they ask: ‘have you ever heard Duke Ellington’s Caravan performed as a huge Garage banger? Or a 12 bar Blues manipulated into a Half time DnB/Carnival anthem? Tonight could be the night that you do. For venue details, click here.
FOLK / ACOUSTIC / INDIE
CHARLIE MOSS AT PATTERNS: 1900
Singer songwriter Charlie Moss made waves last year with his track Winter Song. The Brighton BIMM graduate already has released two EPs, both of which featured in the top 12 on the iTunes chart. To hear him play, click here. For venue details, click here.
SOUL / POP
FUNKED UP AT SHORTT’S MUSIC BAR: 2130
Funked Up are a highly versatile five-piece Brighton-based band with several years’ experience of filling dance floors with classics ranging from Mark Ronson to Michael Jackson. For venue details, click here.
BLOODY MARY AT THE RANELAGH: 2100
A bit of glam at the recently reopened Ranelagh: Bloody Mary perform classic rock from the ’70s and ’80s. For venue details, click here.