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Mother's Melodies

A Fundraising Concert for Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex

Saturday 26th March at 3pm

All Saints, Weston Green,
KT10 8JL

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You can listen to our interview on BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey here: 

BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey Harmony's Music Club
00:00 / 06:09
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We are delighted to announce that for our next family concert we are helping to raise funds for Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex by joining in with the incredible Miles4Madi fundraising day on March 26th.  


For more information about Madi's story and the vital role which KSS provided in helping Madi after her accident, click here.  The full itinerary of events on 26th March for Miles4Madi is available here  


So, if you have joined in with a bike ride in the morning and want to rest your legs, or simply want to enjoy some special time with your family and treat the mothers in your life to a relaxing afternoon family concert, come and join the Equinox Ensemble perform a beautiful programme of popular classical music for violin, cello and piano, themed around mothers on Saturday 26 March 2022.  Pieces include The Flower Duet, O Mio Babbino Caro, Ladies in Lavender, You Got a Friend in Me (see below) and The Swan.  

The concert is available for ALL ages to attend so please feel comfortable about bringing even the very  youngest! 0-2s are free, the Church has some free parking on site, free parking is available in the surrounding streets, and there is even a green and a duck pond if little legs need to run around!

For how to join in with the concert, see below.  

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A photo from Harmony's Music Club's sell-out performance of The Snowman at All Saints, Weston Green, Christmas 2021.

The Equinox Ensemble's arrangement of You Got A Friend In Me.

The Performers

The London based Equinox Ensemble is one of the newest and most exciting ensembles to have emerged out of lockdown.  As an all female ensemble with a piano trio at its heart (Sheida Davis - Cello, Hannah Saucedo - Violin and Caroline Page - Piano) they are actively exploring and programming the works of female composers alongside the classic chamber music repertoire.  


As mums themselves, they are  passionate about getting music to families, which has led to them teaming-up with narrators and vocalists to become the ensemble in residence for Harmony's Music Club. Their warmth and sense of fun paired with superior musicianship has meant that their partnership with Harmony's Music Club is in demand at events across London and the South East.

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Book Tickets

Tickets are from £5, 0-2 year olds are free and family tickets are available.  

Book your tickets here:

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How to join in

We love the excitement that seeing personal drawings/paintings/artwork up on the big screen generates and so members of the audience are invited to send us a photo of any drawings/paintings/other artwork which they have done of their mum or granny or other special female for display during the concert.  To do this, just send a photo of your artwork to by 20 March 2022.

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Picture of granny in orange by Sophie, aged 5

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The Venue

All Saint's, Weston Green is the perfect performance space for family concerts.  It has plenty of room for little-ones, an easy access toilet, car park and plenty of on-street free parking in the surrounding streets.  There is also a duck pond and green


For more information about and full directions to the Church, please visit the Church Website here:

Location of All Saint's, Weston Green

Location of All Saint's, Weston Green.

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COVID-19 Considerations

As at the date of going live, in line with current guidelines and recommended practice, we are taking a number of steps to ensure the event remains as Covid-secure as it can be.


We are maximising ventilation, limiting the number of audience members we can admit to the venue (so do book fast!) and politely request, out of consideration for others, that masks are worn during the performance.

If, having booked a ticket, on concert-day you find yourself with one of the telling symptoms of Covid-19, live with somebody who has the disease or for any reason are self-isolating, please do not attend the event.


We regret that we are only able to refund tickets in the event of a government imposed lockdown (we are unable to refund the Eventbrite administration fee) or the concert having to be cancelled because of an unwell musician.

All of the musicians will be tested to ensure that they too are Covid-free on concert-day.

To the extent that regulations change, we will adapt accordingly.

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