Concerts @St Jerome’s

Throughout the coming months, St Jerome’s will be celebrating

winter with a series of Sunday lunchtime concerts


Mince pies, mulled wine and the music of La Volta

1.00pm Sunday 3rd December, 2017

La Volta was formed in Pembrokeshire in1992 by Dr Stuart Evans, bringing together friends who enjoy playing early music. The group performs regularly at churches, arts clubs, castles and music festivals, specialising in medieval and renaissance music on period instruments.


Classical to pop - and named after a hill

1.00pm Sunday 14th January, 2018

The group plays in various combinations of members and instruments including piano, strings, violin and cello as well as the popular string quartet. The music is diverse, ranging from baroque and classical through to songs from the shows, rock and pop. The name comes from Foel Cwm Cerwyn, the highest point of the Preselis and half way between the homes of the two founding members.



1.00pm Sunday 28th January, 2018

John Rodge has recorded three albums of guitar music featuring many of his own compositions, along with arrangements of Welsh, Irish and Scottish folk tunes. He lists classical, folk, jazz and blues as his musical influences. As well as performing as a soloist he is a member of a number of bands and ensembles.


Folk, blues & jazz

1.00pm Sunday 11th February, 2018

John plays a variety of fretted stringed instruments. He has performed on S4C, in various European countries and as far afield as Zanzibar. As a member of several dramatic and operatic societies locally he has acted, sung and accompanied in many productions. He is also a proud member of Llangwm’s Village Voices. He plays folk, blues and jazz, and sings in both Welsh and English.


Multi instrumentalist

1.00pm Sunday 25th February, 2018

Mike Chant has been creating music for more than 35 years and has recorded many albums along the way. He has performed at festivals and venues all over the UK and as far afield as San Francisco and Goa in India. Mike is now entering a new phase with his band Mirror Show alongside his solo acoustic career. He also has an open mic evening at the cafe he runs with his wife in St Davids every week.


Two pianos

1.00pm Sunday 11th March, 2018

Sam is widely known as a singer, pianist and composer, working in a variety of

different genres, from Lieder to Musical Theatre and Oratorio. He’s also musical

director of Artistic Licence Theatre Company, Touch and Go Theatre Company,

Cantabile and Village Voices Community Choir. Seimon is a pianist and teacher and founder of Tempus vocal group.


Or see all six concerts for £25

Book online or at Llangwm Village Shop

or phone 01437 899966