Herewith details of two further Chapel concerts, programmed by Roger Rowe.
The distinguished soprano Carolyn Sampson, well known for her work with historically informed performances and Masaaki Suzuki’s famed Bach Cantata performances, gives a mouth watering concert preview with Matt Wadsworth, of her Wigmore Hall live stream later this month.
The Mark Viner concert next Sunday is fully booked, returns only – there are just a few seats left for the 6th September Beethoven cello Sonata series.
Lovely to be back with live music – do try it! Roger
Sunday August 30th at 1pm & 4pm
MARK VINER (piano)
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No 27 in E minor Op 90
Liszt: Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth, elegie, S.534
Alkan: Trois petites fantaisies, op.40
Liszt: Hymne a Sainte Cécile de Charles Gounod, S.491
Deux Légendes, S.175
1. St. François d’Assise 2. St. François de Paule marchant sur les flots
Sunday 6th September at 3pm & 6.30pm
A few seats still available
RICHARD TUNNICLIFFE cello & MAGGIE COLE piano
Beethoven Cello Sonatas I
Sonata No 1 in F major Op 5/1
Seven Variations on Mozart’s “Bee Mannern, welche Liebe fühlen”
Sonata No 4 in C major Op.102/1
Sunday 20th September at 6.30pm
Booking now open
CAROLYN SAMPSONsoprano MATT WADSWORTH lute
A programme of favourite 17th century songs, touching all corners of society, from plaintive folk songs and ballads to the genius and depths of Dowland, Johnson and Purcell.
Music that was played and heard, in the street, at home, in religious settings and in the theatre.
At the centre of the programme is Echos in air by Laura Snowden – a wonderfully hypnotic work for solo theorbo, written for Matthew Wadsworth in 2019.
Sunday 18th October at 3pm & 6.30pm
Booking now open
MITHRAS PIANO TRIO
Haydn: Piano Trio in E flat in E major XV;28
Tchaikowsky: Piano Trio in A minor Op 50