Concerts


As the Zero Gravity Band return from Greenwich Early Music Festival – in several cases with more recorders than they went with (pre-christmas baroque shopping opportunities are rare, and to be seized) they can reflect on a lovely evening of entertainment, enjoyed by everyone who managed to find a space in the sold-out hall to see it.

…thank you for a wonderful concert. It is always a regret that the EMS team rarely get time to see and hear the concerts but the positive feedback and buzz following your concert on Saturday was overwhelming.

…The best concert I’ve been to in years. The Rodisetta was exquisite.

…Congratulations on a fantastic concert at Greenwich last night. Zero Gravity were on excellent form and all the soloists were just superb… I left feeling very entertained, very humbled by the virtuosity on display and very inspired. I certainly hope to get to more Zero Gravity concerts in future.

While we’re blowing our own trumpet (it makes a change from recorders) We received a lovely review as well…
Greenwich Nov 2015 review

Greenwich Early Music Festival

In exciting times for Zero Gravity, we are delighted to announce that we will be playing at the Greenwich Early Music Festival this year.

The Zero Gravity Band (featuring Evelyn Nallen, Barbera Law, David Gordon, Jez Wiles and Malcom Creese) will be joined by BBC young musician finalists Sophie Westbrooke and Charlotte Barbour-Condini. This early evening concert of musical delights features a programme including Arne, Handel, Telemann, Purcell and Soler.

The concert is at 5:30pm in St Alfege Church, Greenwich Church Street, tickets are £15 on the door, or available in advance from www.earlymusicfestival.com

 

July 22nd. 2012

November 4th 2012

Charlotte Barbour-Condini

Charlotte Barbour-Condini, Recorder (winner of the woodwind category BBC Young Musician of the Year 2012), David Gordon, Harpsichord, Eddie Hession, Accordion, Evelyn Nallen, Recorder and the Zero Gravity Recorder Band.