Marimba Greetings Opening Concert

Tuesday 19th March @ 7:30pm
Jesmond United Reformed Church

Steven Moore's final performance for his Batchelor of Music degree assessment will feature Xylophone, Vibraphone and Marimba. After studying with Dame Evelyn Glennie, this promises to be a captivating concert.

An eclectic range of solo tuned percussion music, accompanied by Andrew Soulsby in the first half. Ney Rossauro concerto no.1 is considered the most popular percussion concerto worldwide, will be performed in the second half with Jayness Newbiggn Brass Band.


Marimba Ragtime

Sunday 30th June @ 7:00pm
The Exchange, North Shields

Marimba Ragtime will be a thrilling concert with two contrasting acts.

The first half will feature Solo Marimba works from Steven Moore including the launch of one of his own compositions.

After the interval Steven will be joined by his ragtime band, performing music from 1920s era.

The concert will be ran on a 'pay as you feel basis' but if you prefer to book your seat they will be available to purchase at £8.


Marimba Greetings - Solo Concert Series

Dates & Venues to be confirmed


Fantasy on Japanese Woodprints

Saturday 7th December @ 7:30pm
Jesmond United Reformed Church

Fantasy on Japanese Wood prints, op. 211 (1965), is a concerto in one movement written for Xylophone but will be performed on Marimba. Written by American composer this will be performed with Northumberland orchestral society.

Also performed in the programme by Northumberland orchestral society :

Brahms - Tragic Overture
Dvorak - 8th Symphony


Solo Marimba with Steven Moore

Sunday 8th December @ 2:00pm
Jesmond United Reformed Church

Solo Marimba with Steven Moore, will perform various solo Marimba repertoire from the last 20 years.

There is no ticket charge as payment will be 'as you feel' at the end of the concert.


Percussion Concerto by Gary Ziek

Saturday 6th June @ 7:00pm

Concerto for Percussion and Wind orchestra will be performed by Steven Moore with Newcastle Concert Band.

This concerto is in three connected movements and features the soloist on a variety of instruments, including marimba, vibraphone, bells, and crotales and a large percussion battery with two snare drums, multiple toms, brake drums, and bass drum.

Information on Tickets and other details to follow.