Ed Maclean and friends (St Hilda’s)
A concert of British New Music by Howard Skempton, Ted Mair, Ed Maclean and more…
Curated by Dr. Jonathan Williams, the Director of College Music at St Hilda's, the popular Lunchtime Recital Series offers weekly concerts performed by members of College, students from across the...
The Patsy Wood Family Prom
As part of the Annual Patsy Wood Family Prom, The Millbrook Piano Trio and storyteller Diana Redgrave join to tell treetop tales with chamber music. Bring your cushions, or prepare to promenade! Limited seating is available in the prom area for those who need it.
This concert is...
Haydn, Beethoven and Mendelssohn. The dynamic and charismatic Heath Quartet are building a formidable reputation as one of the leading ensembles of their generation through their Royal Philharmonic Society Award three years ago and more recent international awards. They return...
Ellen Timothy and Carson Becke (St Hilda’s)
Songs and Arias by Purcell, Mozart, Schubert, Fauré and Britten.
Purcell arr. Britten - If music be the food of love (3rd version)
Britten: From On...
Featuring work by British, American, Armenian, Korean and South African composers, "Rendezvous V" is a thrilling amalgam of tonal, experimental, post-minimal and neo-Romantic music for pianos, keyboards and electronics. For this programme, the outstanding pianist and composer Kristina Arakelyan...
The Man Hurdy-Gurdy & Me
Skempton: Concerto for Hurdy-gurdy and Percussion; Concerto for Accordion and Oboe
An innovative concert for lovers of folk, early and modern music by the uniquely inventive composer Howard Skempton and other experimentalists.
Timothy Dickinson (bass-baritone) and Anyssa Neumann (piano)
Ibert: Quatre chansons de Don Quichotte
Saint-Saëns: Le pas d'armes du Roi Jean
Ravel: Trois chansons de Don Quichotte à Dulcinée
Simon Wallfisch (baritone voice, cello) and Edward Rushton (piano)
Debussy Cello Sonata plus works by Honegger, Caplet and Ravel. For this unique recital of French music from the first half of the twentieth century Simon Wallfisch is joined by the outstanding pianist and composer Edward Rushton. A varied and mellifluous selection of songs by...
Songs and arias by Mozart, Walton and Poulenc
With sopranos Miriam Chapman-Rosenfeld & Charlotte Pawley (St Hilda’s)
Curated by Dr. Jonathan Williams, the Director of College Music at St Hilda's, the popular Lunchtime Recital Series offers weekly concerts performed by members of College, students from across the University...
Chacun à son Gout: an unusual Salon
A recital for violin and piano with Barnaby Burleigh (St Hilda’s) & Anson Chung (LMH)
Fritz Kreisler: Variations on a Theme by Corelli in the Style of Tartini
Tchaikovsky: ‘Melody’ from Three Pieces