Reviews and news of concerts, recitals and events across the land, with a bias towards 1066 Country. Any review site can only hope to reflect a tiny amount of what is currently being seen and heard, but here you will find professional reviews as quickly as we can get them to you – and far quicker that most published papers or magazines.
All of our reviews or criticism come from those who have a professional standing within the music and arts industry and continue to write for national and international publications. Feel secure that what you are reading is based on many years experience and expertise within the field of professional music and the arts.
Dr Brian Hick, started Lark Reviews in 2012 having been a feature writer for Musical Opinion and Editor, for fifteen years, of The Organ.
He writes a weekly column for Hastings Observer.
The associated Lark Press has published a number of titles relating to music and poetry in the 1066 area.
Stephen Page has reviewed for Lark for a number of years and is now regularly assisting with editorial work. He is a very active professional organist, pianist and singer. As well as solo work he accompanies a number of local singers and works with church and community choirs as well as a variety of other groups. He is particularly interested in organ and church music, novelty and light piano music and electronic, experimental and other contemporary music, links between music, spirituality and wellbeing…oh, and Doctor Who!