Piano and Violin Looping
Christopher Janwong McKiggan, piano
Robert Landes, violin
Andrey Gugnin's Third Orbit
Saturday 6th: Gugnin and Tasana: Violin sonatas:
Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata
Cesar Franck Violin Sonata
Sunday 7th: Mrs Gugnin and Kazutaka Shimitzu
Mozart Concerto for Flute and Harp in trio form with Gugnin accompanying.
French works for flute and harp.
Monday, 29th February
Laura Alonso Padin,
Spanish Songs and Opera Ariashttp://eelswamp.blogspot.com/2016/02/spanish-soprano-sings.html
Julie Bees, piano
Beethoven: Waldstein Sonata
Chopin: 24 Preludes op. 28
Korean pianist, Junghwa Lee, piano
plays Mozart, Schumann, Debussy and Chopin.
Anupama Bhagwat, sitar, plays the magnificent Malkauns and other ragas
with Sandip Ghosh, tabla
Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th
Michael Tsalka - Big Bach: Two of Bach's greatest: Goldbergs and Art of Fugue, on piano and harpsichord.
Tasana Nagavajara, violin
Pornphan Banternghansa, piano
Sunday, 8th May, 5pm
Mozart: The Four Viennese Sonatas of 1781
Thursday, 2nd June, 6pm
Michele Benuzzi, harpsichord
Handel, Friends and Forefathers
A program of 17th and 18th century music
"a level of tonal beauty that is unsurpassed"
"...suitably exuberant, willful virtuosity."
Sunday 12th, 5pm cancelled
Marina Horak, piano
"professes her art with striking conviction" ... Nadia Boulanger
'Slavic Dreams and Dances' music by Tchaikovsky, Szymanowski, two lesser know Slavic composers and a healthy dose of Chopin Mazurkas.
Friday, 24th June, 6pm
Graf Mourja, violin
Paganini: 24 Caprices
Sunday, 3rd July
Eva Yulin Shen, piano
All Russian program
"...one of the best pianists of her generation"
Yuli Turovsky, Borodin Trio (1976 – 1993)
September 9th and 11th
Sobolev returns with partner: Beethoven-Liszt symphony no.3, 'Eroica' and works by Medtner, Shostakovich, Bizet and Brahms, including works for four hands.
Blog post here http://eelswamp.blogspot.com/2016/08/sobolev-returns.html
September 30th and 2nd October - cancelled regrettably, due to a hand injury
Aleksandar Djermanovic: plays Medtner, Prokofiev, Scriabin and Liszt's, Années de Pèlerinage, Italie, complete.
Trios and Cello Sonatas 28th and 30th
Dimitri and Alexandre return to play with Tasana
Two Schubert Trios and Russian Cello Sonatas.
Friday 18th and Sunday 20th
Evgeny Starodubtsev returns with two programs:
1. Medtner Forgotten Melodies op. 40, Brahms Four Piano Pieces op. 119 and Beethoven Sonata no 13. op. 27/1 and Sonata no 31, op. 109
2. Twelve Preludes and Fugues from the 24 op.87 by Shostakovich.
For more details: http://eelswamp.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-great-russian-pianist-awesome.html
Sunday 4th December, 5pm
Kanae Furomoto, piano, plays music inspired by Shakespeare
Friday, 16th, 6pm
Andrew Simon, clarinet
Warren Lee, piano
Brahms, both sonatas for clarinet and piano, op.120
and works by Debussy and Saint Saens.
Tentative Calendar 2017
January: Daniel van der Hoeven, Bach Toccatas (Complete)
February: Gugnin and Tasana: Prokofiev violin sonatas 1 and 2
March: Maria Lettberg, piano: Scriabin
April: Michael Tsalka, piano and harpsichord, Bach and early French music
May: Ilya Kondratiev, piano and Erzhan Kulibaev, violin
June: Hélène Tysman: Chopin, Ravel, Debussy, Bach
September: Ani and Nia Sulkhanishvili, piano duet
October: Andrew Tyson, piano
As for music inspired by Shakespeare, you can also head for "Shakespeare's Winks", three pieces for solo flute (actually, piccollo):ReplyDelete