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17th February 2018 2:30pm
Come and hear Dr Alexandra Buckle lecture on ‘Reburying Britain's most notorious king: music, liturgy and practicalities’, as well as Professor Martyn Harry’s presentation on his groundbreaking work Exercise Book (music for running to). Professor Harry is the Artistic Director of the JdP.
Cost: Free, but please register
Booking deadline: 17/02/1Click here to register your attendance online.
17th February 2018 7:30pm
“A remarkable pianist by any standard” The Observer.
Zoe’s latest album, “Dreamland”, showcases the depth and breadth of her musical imagination, featuring new compositions alongside tracks by Duke Ellington, Jessica Williams, Rabindranath Tagore, as well as solo renditions of some of Zoe’s back catalogue. A former MOBO Award winner, Mercury Prize nominee, Jazz FM Award nominee and British Jazz Award winner, Zoe has established herself as a unique presence in the British music industry. This is a rare opportunity to hear one of the UK’s most gifted jazz pianists in an intimate solo piano setting.
Livestreamed on our website from 6.45pm
19th February 2018 5:30pm
Come and join us for this opportunity to watch Lynne Wake's newly reversioned documentary film New Wave Ballet, premiered last year in London. Featuring interviews and never before seen archival footage, New Wave Ballet explores twentieth-century choreographer Kenneth MacMillan's early work. With talks on the making of the film by Lynne Wake and on working with Kenneth MacMillan by Dame Monica Mason.
Free and open to all but booking essential. This event will be followed by a drinks reception.
20th February 2018 7:30pm
We are proud that the JdP’s featured artist, Steven Isserlis, chose our venue for his first-ever complete cycle of the Bach Cello Suites in 2016. In this intriguing recital programme, Steven programmes together the work of four legendary Russian composer-pianists, with two beguiling recent works for cello and piano by Mikhail Pletnev and Evgeny Kissin forming a lyrical counterpart to the cello sonatas of Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.
Shostakovich - Cello Sonata
Pletnev - Cello Sonata
Kissin - Sonata-Ballade for cello and piano
Rachmaninov - Cello Sonata