The debriefing that followed last Saturday’s TURNING POINTS: STOCKHAUSEN event was abundant! After the performances, the audience had the opportunity to sit in on a presentation by Jonathan Cross (Professor of Musicology at Oxford University); attend a Q&A with the London Sinfonietta, Jonathan Cross and musicians; try their hand at 405 more words
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I was delighted to have the opportunity to attend some of the events and concerts at the inaugural London Piano Festival, conceived and directed by pianists Katya Apekisheva and Charles Owen. 311 more words
The Concerto in England: Handel & contemporaries
Kings Place. 30 September 2016
Concertos by Avison, Garth, Handel, Herschel and Stanley.
As part of the Kings Place ‘Baroque Unwrapped’ season, the Newcastle-based Avison Ensemble explored the world of the 18th century concerto, and the equally interesting world of English provincial musical life. 738 more words
Who or what inspired you to take up the piano and pursue a career in music?
I started piano aged 6 and didn’t show much interest in the first few months but a family trip to London when I was just 7 included a night at the Proms, with Malcolm Sargent conducting the Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique which just blew me away. 717 more words