Encore! launched in September 2013 in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.  We bring live music to everyone from babies to grandparents in a relaxed and informal environment. We believe in letting very young children hear music from all different genres.
At Encore! everyone is encouraged to react to music however they want – jumping up and down, dancing, sitting, lying down or drawing pictures inspired by what they have heard. But above all, they learn that music is fun and there’s something very exciting about hearing it live  

July 2024 Concerts   

11th July, St Andrew’s Street Baptist Church Cambridge,
18th July, St Mary’s Eaton Socon, St Neots

Emma Halnan – flute
Catherine Wilmers – cello
Jill Morton – piano

Emma and Catherine have both performed individually with Jill, but their concerts in July will be the first time that they have all played together for Encore. The combination of flute, cello and piano is a really interesting one and the trio has some fantastic music to share with you.

Since winning the woodwind category of the BBC Young
Musician competition in 2010 flautist, Emma has been in high demand for her solo
and collaborative performances in the UK and internationally.
As a concerto soloist, Emma has performed with orchestras such as the BBC
National Orchestra of Wales, London Mozart Players and the European Union
Chamber Orchestra. She has performed live on BBC television and radio, including
on Radio 3’s “In Tune” on multiple occasions.

Catherine’s CD of lovely but neglected works by women composers from the last hundred years was released worldwide by ASV and it received the rare gold award from the French recordings magazine ‘Diapason’. She has performed works from the CD live on ‘In tune’ for BBC Radio 3 and was awarded a London Wigmore Hall debut recital in 1979.   For ten years she was sub-principal cellist in the London Philharmonic Orchestra. The University of Humboldt, California, USA interviewed her for a radio series on ‘Women in Music’ where she spoke about her experiences as the only female cellist in the LPO cello section in the 1970s. She was invited to play in the Royal Albert Hall Prom in the World Orchestra for Peace.

Adults – £9 (includes concert, tea/coffee and cake!)
Preschool children FREE

Tickets are available through Eventbrite:
Cambridge –   https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/933117368167?aff=oddtdtcreator
St Neots –  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/933123626887?aff=oddtdtcreator

Come for coffee at 10.30am, concert starts at 10.45am. Please bring your own hot cup, thank you!

To catch up on our online concerts from during the pandemic, please follow this link – Online concerts