|October 15th 2005
||Concert £6 (£8)
| Susan Legg || ~ mezzo-soprano|
| Charles Wood || ~ tenor|
| Colin Peters || ~ piano|
| Tanzlied || Schumann|
| In der Nacht || |
| Nacht und Träume || Schubert|
| Mein! (Die Schöne Müllerin) || |
| Er der Herrlichste, von allen || Schumann|
| Der Ring (Frauenliebe und Leben) || |
| Et Misericordia (Magnificat) || Bach|
| Chanson Triste || Duparc|
| Carmen group: || Bizet|
| Flower Song || |
| Habanera || |
| Seguidilla || |
| Amore e speme || Guglielmo|
| La Serenata (Serate Musicali) || Rossini|
| Lensky's Aria (Eugene Onegin) || Tchaikowsky|
| Ai nostri monti (Il Trovatore) || Verdi|
| Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes || Quilter|
| Tell Me The Truth About Love || Britten|
| Look Not In My Eyes || Butterworth|
| Is My Team Ploughing? || |
| Ticket to Heaven || D. Harrison|
| To Keep My Love Alive || Rodgers|
Susan Legg made her Wigmore Hall debut in 1995 and has performed at Glyndebourne,Bayreuth and Wexford.
She is a frequent performer at the Club where she is ever popular.
Charles Wood has one of the finest tenor voices in West Sussex and has performed at the Club on many occasions. He was a leading light of "Opera 70" and has the rare distinction of introducing the Italian nation to G&S!
Colin Peters is a gold medallist at the Trinity College of Music.
He made his performing debut in a weekly series of piano recitals over a period of two years where he was fulfilling his National Service commitments.
He studied at the universities of Nottingham and London, where he took a PhD, and with Vivian Langrish (Royal Academy of Music), before embarking on a career in higher education.