Jan 22nd MUSICA POETICA
Lucy Knight, Soprano Kate Conway, Viola da Gamba
Oliver John Ruthven, Harpsichord
Musica Poetica formed in 2010 and is a much acclaimed early ensemble in London and throughout the UK. They will present a programme including works by Tunder, Buxtehude and Bach.
Feb 26th ASHOK GUPTA, Piano
Ashok will present a programme including works by Couperin, Ravel, Mozart and Schubert.
Mar 19th DRAKES VIOLS
This consort first came together as part of a celebration of the circumnavigation of the globe in 1577-80. Sir Francis Drake took a consort of viols with him on the voyage to entertain him and accompany psalms on board The Golden Hind. The programme will feature music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries including works by William Lawes and contemporary readings.
Apr 9th ADAM HERON, Piano
Adam is a prize winner of Gloucestershire Young Musician 2016. He will present a programme of music by Beethoven, Chopin and Scriabin
Apr 30th JACQUELINE BARRON, Soprano/Piano SIMON GRANT, Bass-Baritone
ELEANOR GRANT, Soprano/Double Bass
‘A family Affair’ featuring singers from film, TV, radio and the concert stage. This talented family, who are the late George’s nephew and his family, present a programme of trios, duets and solos covering a wide range of style from Henry Purcell to Richard Rogers.
May 28th EDGAR BAILEY, Violin & YOKO ARAI, Piano
Edgar, an established professional violinist and teacher, will present a programme with Yoko of Sonatina by Dvorak, Sonata by Greig, Solo by Bach and Lark Ascending by Vaughan-Williams.
Jun 25th NATALIA WILLIAMS-WANDOCH, Piano
Natalia will present a programme of Etudes Op. 25 by Chopin and Preludes Book 1 by Debussy.
Jul 23rd ANNA GENIUSHENE, Piano
Anna was a finalist of the Bolzano Busoni Piano competition in Italy in August 2016. Her programme will include works by Mozart, Busoni, Prokofiev, Bach, Beethoven and Ravel.
Aug 6th ANDREI LLIUSHKIN, Piano
Andrei was a finalist of the Bolzano Busoni Piano competition in Italy in August 2016. His programme will include works by Beethoven, Bach, Busoni, Scriabin and Prokofiev.
Aug 20th CHARLOTTE ROWAN, Violin & CHARLOTTE STEVENSON, Piano
The popular two Charlottes return to Music at Park House again this year and their programme will include Korngold ‘Garden Scene’ from Much Ado About Nothing as well as works by Brahms, Dvorak, and Berkeley.
Sep 10th CAROL HUBEL-ALLEN, Viola MICHAEL BOCHMANN, Violin
PAUL TURNER, Piano
Carol, Michael and Paul will be presenting a Schubertiade, to include Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, a Schubert Violin Sonata, Schubert Intermezzi and The Shepherd on the Rock.
Sep 24th STEPHANIE
& MARIANNA KAPSETAKIS
The talented twins return to play solo pieces by composers such as Chopin and Rachmaninoff and four hand pieces to include Scaramouche by D Milhand.
Oct 15th CHRISTOPHER WEBB, Bass & YOKO ARAI, Piano
Christopher will perform ‘Winterreise’ by Schubert accompanied by Yoko.
Nov 5th LONEL MANCIU, Violin & KAORU WADA, Piano
Lonel and Kaoru’s programme will include Enescu 3rd, Strauss Sonata and Szymanowski “Myths”.
Nov 19th HARP NOIRE
Emma Graham & Liz Grier
We are pleased to welcome back this harp duo who will be performing some classical favourites and film music.
Dec 3rd PARK HOUSE PLAYERS
Claire Piper, Violin Jackie Statham, Viola
Helen Hogarth, Viola Robina Sabourin, Cello
Yoko Arai, Piano
The Players will be performing Piano Quintet by Dvorak, Klavier Concerto in D minor by Bach and String Quartet.
Note: the above schedule of works to be performed is provisional but may
need to be varied to suit the artists.
Programme details will be displayed on the recital programmes in advance
of the recital set date.