Midsummer Festival in Avondale Avenue June 17th 2017 a Great Success!

The Festival presented an afternoon Programme of Art and Music with a sale of plants, tea and cakes and raised 1000.00 each for Medicins sans Frontieres and the North London Hospice.

From Left to right: Welcome to The Music Venue, The Show Garden, Art in the Avondale Gallery, Music in the Cakes and Teas Garden,the Finchley Chamber Choir perform in the Avondale Gallery, Butterfly Sculpture by John Morgan.

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‘In and Out of the Garden’ 
An exhibition of garden/plant themed paintings by Judy Gilley, indoor and outdoor ceramic sculptures on organic themes by Kim Valdez and metal garden sculpture by John Morgan.

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Our Superb Cakes!

The Music Programme 
2.15 pm     Songs for You
Clare Treacey (soprano) with Yuki Osedo (piano)
Classical, Musicals, Folk and unaccompanied
2.50pm    Basses and Tango Enrique Galassi, Paul Tomkins, Stephen Corcoran (double basses)
Tallis, Bach, Bartok and Heyes Enrique Galassi and Yuki Osedo (piano) Kicho – Astor Piazzola
3.30pm   Klezmer Fun, Songs for Children
Stephen Levi (clarinet) Andy Shaw (guitar) Avivit Caspi (singer) Dave Orchant (trumpet)
4.20pm    Exciting Young Talent from the Youth Music centre
coached by Tanja Goldberg (violin) and Laura O’Gorman (piano)
5pm  Malcolm Arnold – Suite Bourgeoisie
                                                                       Musicians from the North London Sinfonia