If I’d travelled back in time to tell my adolescent self that I would one day end up interviewing the flame-haired songstress whose features adorned my bedroom wall then I doubt very much he would have believed me.
A rare opportunity to hear a classic work performed by young professionals of the first rank is on offer from St Albans Chamber Choir next Saturday, November 28.
One of Britain’s leading chamber groups, the Galliard Wind Ensemble, are performing for Radlett Music Club next Tuesday, November 24.
Sax giant Simon Spillett returns to Herts Jazz Club this Sunday, November 22.
A celebrity organ recital by Bine Bryndorf can be heard at St Albans Cathedral next Saturday, November 21.
Formerly Baby Godzilla, the band now known as HECK will be playing The Horn in St Albans next Wednesday, November 11.
For all the hype that has surrounded Leroy Jones’s return to the UK, he is surprisingly humble.
Children at nine special needs schools came together to perform on stage at an Eisteddfod at the Radlett Centre last week.
A special benefit evening to raise money for St Albans for Refugees is being held tonight (29) at The Farmer’s Boy in London Road, St Albans.
One of the world’s leading organists, Robert Wolfe, is playing at St Albans Organ Theatre next Saturday, November 7.
When it comes to Beethoven, the man and his music, Classic FM presenter and television newscaster John Suchet’s encyclopaedic knowledge is unbeatable.
Performing the music of Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer, the Enrico Tomasso & Roy Williams Quintet plays Herts Jazz Club this Sunday, November 1.
A chance to sing Mozart’s Requiem accompanied by a professional orchestra and soloists is on offer from Hertfordshire Chorus.
Former Steeleye Span fiddle player Peter Knight brings his trio Gigspanner to the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans next Saturday, November 7.