Dances and Verses from Brazil with Manos Charalabopoulos (piano)
Music by André Luiz Machado, Charalabopoulos & Villa-Lobos
Followed by ‘Composer Snapshot: In dialogue with André Luiz Machado’
DANSOX: Guest Lecture on Balanchine
Alastair Macaulay (former Chief Dance Critic of The New York Times), will give a guest lecture on the great twentieth-century choreographer, George Balanchine.
Free and open to all, followed by a drinks reception.
Lunchtime Recital with Holly Jackson
Recital for Cello and Piano with Holly Jackson (St Hilda's)
Shostakovich - Sonata for Cello
Elizabeth Kenny (lute): La Conversation
Seventeenth century Lute Music from Scots songs to French suites to German-Italian fugues. With some English music collected in a Polish manuscript. Trading tunes across borders was what the lute did best: this recital celebrates a continuing musical conversation across Europe.
Lunchtime Recital with Ewan Millar
Recital for Oboe with Ewan Millar (St Hilda's)
Lunchtime Recital with Charlie Lovell-Jones and David Palmer
Recital for Violin and Piano with Charlie Lovell-Jones (ChCh) and David Palmer (St Hilda's Graduate Musician in Residence)
Villiers Quartet: Purcell, Britten & Saxton
The second concert of the Villiers residency features works by three English composers. Purcell’s fantasias, heard here for string quartet, revisit the English viol consort genre established by John Blow and John Jenkins. They in turn form the inspiration for two 20th Century works by Britten...
Lunchtime Recital with Tom Carr
St Hilda's New Music concert with Tom Carr
Thomas Carr - 'Lightning May Strike At Any Time' for solo clarinet
Daniel Riley - Prologue - Rhapsody for solo tuba
Nick Ingram - 'Perhaps it's the Radish' for E-flat clarinet, cello and tuba
Toby Anderson - Sonata for cello...