Programmes for 2018-2019
23rd September 3:00pm
Diane Clark flute, Katherine White harp
Piazzolla: Histoire Du Tango
Mozart: Concerto for flute and harp (2nd movement)
Marson: Suite for flute and harp
Bizet: Opera highlights
14th October 3:00pm
Yoko Arai Piano
Programme include Sonata in Eb by Haydn,
Elegy by Rachmaninov,
Vingt Regards sur L'Enfant Jesus, No11 and No15 by Messiaen
Etude Symphonic op13 by Schumann
11th November 3:00pm
Kevin Ayesh Piano from USA
Programme will include sonatas by Beethoven and Chopin as well as works by Brahms and Robert Starer.
9th December 3:00pm
Maria Immaculata Setiadi and Nigel Clayton / Piano for four hands
Mendelssohn: Andante and Allegro Brillant op92
Brahms: Hungarian Dances
13th January 3:00pm
The Ruscombe Duo; Benjamin Dry Cello, Geoffreyn Poole Piano
Programme will include Sonatas by Beethoven, Brahms and Shostakovich
3rd February 3:00pm
Hannah Davey Soprano www.hannahmdavey.com / Warwick Cole Piano
Her song recital featuring Samuel Barber’s Hermit Songs with texts written by Irish monks and scholars from the 8th to the 13th centuries; Johannes Brahms' Lieder op. 49; also a rare performance of a cantata by 18th century Gloucestershire composer William Hayes.
17th March 3:00pm
Gwen Thompson - Robinow Violin
Nella Hunkins Cello www.nellahunkins.com
Yoko Arai Piano
The Programme will include Violin Sonatinas for Violin and Piano in D major op137, D384 by Schubert
Cello sonata in G minor by Rachmaninov
Piano Trio in B major op 8 by Brahms
14th April 3:00pm
Veronika Shoot Piano www.veronikashoot.com
Veronika's programme will be “Journey Through Childhood”
Debussy Children's Corner
Takemitsu 2 pieces
Vladislav Shoot Children's Album
Korngold 4 Cariactures
Liadov Musical Snuffbox
Shostakovich Child's Notebook
Schumann Scenes from Childhood
5th May 3:00pm
Grant Family Voices
A Family Affair
Jacqueline Barron, Simon Grant and Eleanor Grant present A Family Affair, a programme of musical treats (including their own arrangements) in a wide range of styles from Henry Purcell to Richard Rodgers. This uniquely talented family trio – Jacqueline – singer, pianist; Simon – singer, vocal percussion; and Eleanor – singer, double bass player and bass guitarist; share a background in classical training combined with a wealth of experience in recording studios, film, radio and on the London
2nd June 3:00pm
Price winner of several international competition will come again to play for us. Her programme will be announced on the day.
23rd June 3:00pm
Cheltenham Ladies College Pupils concert
Hannah Brooks-Hughes Violin
Schumann: Sonata in A minor
Mozart: Adagio in E
Maia Jones Cello
Brahms: Sonata in E minor, Op38, first movement
Popper: Hungarian Rhapsody Op68
Clarice Hu Piano
Ravel: Jeux D'eux
Beethoven: piano trio Ghost. 1st movement
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.
Ashok will present a programme including works by Couperin, Ravel, Mozart and Schubert.
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 ion board The Golden Hind. The programme will feature music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries including works by William Lawes and contemporary readings.
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.
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.
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.
NATALIA WILLIAMS-WANDOCH, Piano
Natalia will present a programme of Etudes Op. 25 by Chopin and Preludes Book 1 by Debussy.
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, Schumann, Busoni, Prokofiev, Bach, Beethoven and Ravel.
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.
CHARLOTTE ROWAN, Violin
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.
THE DUO KARADYS
Carol Hubel-Allen, Viola & Alan Maclean, Piano
Programme to be announced in the near future.
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.
WILLIAM COLEMAN, Bariton
YOKO ARAI, Piano
William will perform ‘Winterreise’ by Schubert accompanied by Yoko.
LONEL MANCIU, Violin
KAORU WADA, Piano
Lonel and Kaoru’s programme will include Enescu 3rd, Strauss Sonata and Szymanowski “Myths”.
Emma Graham & Liz Grier
We are pleased to welcome back this harp duo who will be performing some classical favourites and film music.
PARK HOUSE PLAYERS
Claire Piper, Violin Jackie Statham, Violin
Kate Skeet, 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 by Mozart.