St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: Tom Carr (piano)
Alexander Scriabin - 24 Preludes
Hellerau: The History of a Dream (Richard Beacham)
The festivals of 1912 and 1913 at the garden city of Hellerau near Dresden, Germany are often cited as marking the birth of the modern theatre. Here, music, dance, lighting, theatre architecture and stage settings were integrated to present “total” works of theatrical art to an astonished...
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: Ellen O'Brien (horn), Ken-Ee Choong (piano) & Tom Carr (piano)
Franz Strauss - Concerto for Horn
Bach - Prelude and Fugue in E flat minor WTC, book 1
Liszt - Transcendental Etudes Nos. 10 'Appasionata' and 11 'Harmonies du soir'
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: Charles Lovell-Jones (violin) & David Palmer (piano)
Bach - Solo Sonata in G Minor (mvts. 1 & 2)
Sibelius - Violin Concerto (mvts. 1 & 2)
Paganini - Caprice No. 24
Fertile Ground: Twilight Dances
An evening of dance, film and live music
10am & 11am for under 5s / 12pm for over 5s
The JdP presents a brand new cushion concert series with Catriona Scott: ‘SoundStories’!
Bring yourself and a cushion to the JdP on a Sunday morning to discover how different instruments tell stories through their sound. Each...
Jonathan Powell (piano): Scriabin and Rachmaninoff
In the first of three concerts given by featured artist Jonathan Powell across the season that focus on 19th and 20th century Russian repertoire, Scriabin’s transcendental Tenth Sonata and Rachmaninoff’s well-loved Second Sonata are heard alongside other substantial works by Stanchinsky and...
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: James Adcock (euphonium) & Tom Carr (piano)
Joseph Turrin - Concert Piece No. 1
Hummel - Fantasy
Andy Scott - Respectfully Yours
Philip Sparke - Harlequin
Clara Schumann - Rethinking the Myth: Kitty Whately, Joe Davies, Tara Erraught, James Baillieu & Natasha Loges
Carl Loewe - Master Storyteller: Christina Gansch, Martin Hässler, Richard Stokes & Laura Tunbridge