Partnered with her fellow members of the London Handel Players, Laurence Cummings, harpsichord and Katherine Sharman, cello and cello piccolo, internationally renowned baroque flautist Rachel Brown presents the flute sonatas of Johann Sebastian Bach, which form the pinnacle of the flute repertoire. Rachel is also joined by Elizabeth Cragg, soprano, Charles Daniels, tenor and Peter Harvey, baritone in a juxtaposition of Bach’s flute sonatas with his magnificent arias.
"The inspiration for this disc stemmed from my sheer wonder at Bach’s rich and hugely varied compositions for the flute and from a deep and ever-growing respect for the unquestionably admirable flautists who performed for him and inspired him to write in such new and both technically and expressively demanding ways”
Classical Music Magazine: These Women’s Works – Tasmin Little/Chandos
‘Not-so-little women emerge from the shadows’ Steve Moffat, Limelight Magazine, 20 May 2019
BEACH • SMYTH • CLARA SCHUMANN (TASMIN LITTLE, JOHN LENEHAN)
Not-so-little women emerge from the shadows.
Cellist Jonathan Swensen wins 1st Prize at the 2019 Windsor Festival International String Competition.
We are delighted to announce that cellist, Jonathan Swensen won 1st Prize at the 2019 Windsor Festival International String Competition. 2nd Prize was awarded to cellist Jamal Aliyev and 3rd Prize to violinist, Mathilde Milwidsky.
London Handel Player’s final Charterhouse concert of this Spring 2019 takes place on 5 May
Tickets for the London Handel Player’s concerts at The Charterhouse on 5 May are available on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/london-handel-players-at-the-charterhouse-handel-vivaldi-tickets-53256474549
Don’t miss this beautiful concert in the most glorious of settings on Sunday, 5 May. A perfect way to pass away an hour on a Sunday afternoon.