Music at Park House

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2022-2023 Programme

Programmes for 2022-23 


2022


19th June 

Luca Luciano: Clarinet

Yuki Osedo: Piano

  • Canzonetta (G. Piernè)
  • Sonata n.2 in Eb (J. Brahms)

INTERVAL

  • “She likes Vivaldi”, on a theme from the Four Seasons (arr. Luciano)
  • Sonata #2 “Stellare”, for clarinet and basso continuo (L. Luciano)
  • Homage to Puccini, on a tune from the “Tosca” (arr. Luciano)
  • Summertime (G. Gershwin)
  • Sonata #3, in one movement (L. Luciano)
  • Sonata #8, in one movement (L. Luciano)
  • Neapolis, for clarinet and basso continuo (L. Luciano)

 


"Part of a tour to promote Luciano's new album, this recital for clarinet and piano presents a programme that embraces Romantic music by Brahms and original compositions as much as arrangements of classics by Gershwin and Piazzolla"


25th September   Natalia William-Wandoch  Piano Solo recital 

Natalia will perform both sets of "Images" by Debussy, works by Chopin, Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms, as well as lesser-known treasures of English music.



23rd October   Chamber Music

 Brahms:  Piano Quartet 

 Schumann:  Piano Quintet  


Violin  Peter Stacey

Violin  Jackie Statham

Viola   Cecily Hawick

Cello   Robina Sabourin

Piano  Yoko Arai


20th November  David Jones  Piano Solo recital, 

J S Bach: Partita No1 in Bb BWV 825  

Webern:  Variations for Piano op 27 

Janáček:  In the Mists 

Beethoven:  Sonata op106 Bb Major ‘Hammerklavier’


4th December  Edgar Bailey  Violin 

Dvorak: 4 Romantic Pieces
Lalo: 3 movements from Symphonie Espagnole 
Brahms: Contemplation
Interval
Schubert: Sonatina in A minor 
Suk: 2 pieces for violin 
Bartok: Romanian Dances (10 mins)


2023


15th January  Marie-Louise Taylor Piano Solo recital

Her programme will be announced shortly.





Past programme


2022


27th March  Yoko Arai  Piano Solo recital 

Yoko will return to play her programme which was cancelled due to the Covid -19 national lockdown.

Schubert - Moment Musicaux 

Debussy - Etudes No1, No4 and No11

Chopin - 24 Preludes op28 


24th April  Charlotte Rowan  Violin

Her programme will include the following:


De Falla - Danse Espagnole from La Vida Breve

Ian Venables - Pastorale and Dance from 3 Pieces

Grieg - Violin Sonata No. 3 in C minor

Mendelssohn - Andante and Rondo Capriccioso

JS Bach - Sarabande and Giga from Partita No2 in D minor

Ibert - Le Petit Ane Blanc

Josef Suk - Pisen Lasky( Liebesleid)


29th May  Schiller-Humphreys Piano Duo


Allan Schiller

John Humphreys  


Allan and John are delighted to play their Wigmore Hall programme, 25th June 2022.

www.schiller-humphrey.com


Johann Christian Bach(1735-1782)

Keyboard Duet in F op18 No 6

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Divertissement sur des motifs orignaux français D823

Andantino Varié 

Winging Amadeus Mozart(1756-1791)

Fantasie for Mechanical Organ in f minor, K.608

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)

Ma mere L'Oye

Antonin Dvorak

Three Slavonic Dances, Op.46 No2, 3, 8



2020

19th Jan        3:00pm

Staveloura Thoma  Piano

‘A piano footprint from home’

Nicolas, Economou, ‘Nocturnes’

Nicolas Economou, Sixteen Etudes for Children

Bela, Bartok, Piano Sonata Sz80


16th Feb   

Katie Leaver Soprano, Ariane Jurriaanse Piano

A recital of songs and piano music by Clara and Robert Schumann.


2019


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