At end of cul-de-sac by Spencer Arms, opp old Putney hospital, where the 22 bus ends.
Handel Aria fl, sop, pf
Saint-SaŽns Une flute invisible fl, sop, pf
Caplet Reverie fl, hp
Ibert Entracte fl, hp
Britten 2 folk songs sop, hp
Bonny at morn
I was lonely and forlorn
Faurť Fantasy fl, pf
Rachmaninoff 3 songs sop, pf
Before my Window
Believe it not!
Debussy Syrinx solo fl
Johannes Tomas Watching the wheat solo hp
Michael Csanyi-Wills The Last Letter sop, hp
Encore Mozart aria fl, sop, pf/hp
All Saints Church, Putney is an Anglican church in London, located on Putney Common.
All Saints is one of the two churches in the Parish of Putney, the other being St. Mary's Church, Putney. The parish is within the Wandsworth Deanery, the Kingston Episcopal Area and the Diocese of Southwark.
The church was built between 1873 and 1874 on land donated by Earl Spencer, the foundation stone laid by HRH Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein on April 25, 1874.
The building was designed by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones. It survived an arson attack in January 1993. Police caught the arsonist at two o'clock one morning moments after he ignited oil in the boiler room. Following this there was a £1m renovation programme that led to a new roof and major alterations.