Morning Melodies

a full house

Now in its 15th year, Morning Melodies has raised over £50,0000 for a varied selection of local and national charities.

Concerts take place on Saturday mornings in various locations, there is no admission charge and all donations without any deductions go towards the nominated  charity. There is also a 60 minute CD which can be sold in aid of the charity.

This regular Saturday morning event on the musical calendar was devised by Worthing Musician Marcus Martin.  The intention is to present an hour of light classical and popular music, combined with a cup of coffee, make no charge for admission but ask for donations at the end on behalf of various charities.  In recognition of this and his other contributions to Music and charities in Worthing over a period in excess of 25 years, Marcus was invited to attend the May 2012 Jubilee Buckingham Palace Garden Party hosted by her Majesty the Queen.

Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Worthing has for many years hosted the majority of concerts and provided a willing team of volunteers to assist. 

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Furture dates:

 October 28th 2017     Emmanuel URC  Worthing  

The Morning Melodies CD is available for £5, please order using the 'contact' button above.

    MORNING MELODIES CD

now available at venue or online £5 Donation

Marcus Martin (Piano & Organ)  Glenn Martin (Flute) 

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Home away from Home

Energy Flow

Ave Verum

Chanson de Matin

Asohkan Farewell

Gymnopédie No 1

The Land of Might-Have-Been

Bird Songs at Eventide

Days Gone By

HIghland Cathedral

Lover

Prelude from ‘Lifecycle’

The Nearness of You

Cavatina

Ladies in Lavender

The Rhythm of Life

Nessun Dorma

‘Salad Days’ Selection

Phil Coulter

Ryulchi Sakomoto

W.A. Mozart

Edward Elgar

Jay Ungar

Erik Satie

Ivor Novello

Eric Coates

Fairborz Lachini

Roever & Korb

Richard Rodgers

Howard Blake

Hoagy Carmichael

Stanley Myers

Nigel Hess

Cy Coleman

Giacomo Puccini

Julian Slade