Welcome!

 

Original Blend is the Wimbledon-based baroque ensemble directed by Susie Carpenter-Jacobs.

 

Mozart: 2 early Piano Concertos

Music in New Malden, Sunday 6th October 2019, 3pm, at New Malden Methodist Church

  • Mozart: Piano concerto in B flat, K.238
  • Mozart: Piano concerto in C, K.246

John Irving – fortepiano

Original Blend – directed by
Susie Carpenter-Jacobs

 

Come and enjoy the lively and fresh beauty of these two works by the 20-year-old genius performed on a piano of the type Mozart would himself have known.


Sunday 6th October 3pm
New Malden Methodist Church
49 High St, New Malden, KT3 4BY

https://musicinnewmalden.wordpress.com/series-twelve

 

Free admission, retiring collection

 

Tea, coffee, cake and biscuits served in the church foyer at around 4pm


Music in New Malden, Sunday 14th June 2020, 3pm, at New Malden Methodist Church


A programme of baroque music, details TBA

John Irving – harsichord

Original Blend - directed by
Susie-Carpenter Jacobs


Sunday 14th June 2020 at 3pm
New Malden Methodist Church
49 High St, New Malden, KT3 4BY

https://musicinnewmalden.wordpress.com/series-twelve

 

Free admission, retiring collection


Our most recent performance was a joint project with the chorus of the Sacred Heart, Wimbledon in Bach's Mass in B minor – Sat 22 June 2019, 8pm at Sacred Heart Church, Edge Hill, Wimbledon SW19 4LU

 

Members of Original Blend took part in this performance of Bach's great masterpiece with the Sacred Heart Chorus and outstanding soloists.

 

Tickets £15/£10/£5 from

http://www.sacredheartmusic.co.uk/concerts/tickets/ or on the door.


 

Our inaugural concert was on Saturday 4th February 2017, 7.30pm, at St Mary's Merton, Church Lane, Merton Park, SW19 3HJ. We were thrilled to performed a programme of stunning Baroque masterpieces featuring soprano Harriet Burns and organist Ian Tindale. Sincere thanks to the musicians and choir of St Mary's for their warm welcome and working with us on this project.

The style is everything! We are here to entertain, delight and stimulate our audiences, inspired by the fabulous music of the baroque era. Why do we do it? Well, it's such fun, why wouldn't we?