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Classical Music Magazine: These Women’s Works – Tasmin Little/Chandos

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 4th February 2019


Cellist Raphael Wallfisch plays Dohnányi with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Jonathan Berman on BBC Radio 3 tonight

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 19th October 2021

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11 November 2021 – Wigmore Hall: Raphael Wallfisch & John York – tickets now on sale

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 5th October 2021

A member of a large family of leading musicians, the English cellist has championed wide swathes of the repertoire for his instrument both live and on disc, as well as featuring many new works written especially for him. His return to Wigmore Hall once again sees him perform with his duo partner of nearly 40 years in a characteristically varied programme.

 

Tickets now available at https://wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/raphael-wallfisch-john-york-202111071130

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Saturday 26 September: Piers Lane plays Brahms at the Australian Piano Duo Festival in Brisbane

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 23rd September 2021

Piers Lane plays at the Australian Piano Duo Festival at the University of Queensland this weekend with pianist, Daniel de Borah. Stephen Emmerson, Bernard Lanskey, & the Viney-Grinberg Duo also perform in a programme that includes the grand landmarks of the piano duet repertoire, including the sublime Schubert Fantasie, Brahms in both popular & introspective modes, & Ravel’s fiery Rhapsodie Espagnol.
Franz Schubert (1878-1828)
Fantasie in F minor, for four hands, D.940
Stephen Emmerson (primo)
Bernard Lanskey (secondo)
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Hungarian Dances for four-hands, WwO 1, No.5 in F-sharp minor & No.1 in G minor
Piers Lane (primo No.5; secondo No.1)
Daniel de Borah (secondo No.5; primo No.1)
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Variations on a Theme of Robert Schumann, for four hands, Op.23
Piers Lane (primo)
Daniel de Borah (secondo)
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Rhapsodie Espagnol
Anna Grinberg (primo)
Liam Viney (secondo)
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Raphael Wallfisch performs Dohnànyi Konsertück with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Jonathan Berman

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 23rd September 2021

On Thursday, 7 October Raphael Wallfisch will play Dohnànyi Konsetück with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Jonathan Berman.  The concert takes place at BBC Hoddinott Hall in Cardiff at 14.00 and the programme includes Schmidt Symphony No.3 and Kurt Schwertsik’s Epilogue to Rosamune.


London Handel Players play the complete Brandenburg Concerti in Sligo Baroque Festival, Ireland this weekend

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 23rd September 2021

London Handel Players have started to arrive in Ireland to prepare for a full weekend of Brandenburg concerti as part of the Sligo Baroque Festival.  Hats off to Nicola Clearly, violinist and Artistic Director, who has worked tirelessly through the very many Covid challenges to enable this.

Information on programmes and tickets can be found on the following link:

http://www.sligobaroquefestival.com/news

 


London Handel Players play Bach Cantatas at the Wigmore Hall – 6th September @ 19.30

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 1st September 2021

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Emma Johnson live on BBC Radio 3’s In-Tune, Monday, 19 July 2021

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 21st July 2021

Catch Emma Johnson and pianist, Gregory Drott, in the BBC Radio 3 studio with Sean Rafferty – now available on BBC iplayer at the following link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000xz94

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Emma Johnson and John Lenehan play at Harrogate International Festival – 15 July 2021

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 15th July 2021

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Piers Lane performs in Queensland Performing Arts Centre, 3pm on 27 May

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 23rd June 2021

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Help Sligo Baroque Festival stage the Complete Brandenburg concerti this September

Posted By: Sinead O'Carroll, 23rd June 2021

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