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A trio of women

Abbey Farmhouse, Abbey Gardens, WALTHAM ABBEY, Essex, EN9 1XQ. - Waltham Abbey Church

- Saturday 08th June 2019

I’m very much looking forward to performing a programme of compositions by three extraordinarily talented women whose paths crossed several times during the 19th Century. - Read More→

Viola and piano lunchtime recital

Kingston All Saints Church, Market Place Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JP (13th May) - National Physical Laboratory, The Pavilion, Queens Road, Teddington TW11 0EL (3rd May)

- Friday 03rd May 2019 & Monday 13th May 2019

After many years not touching a viola, I’m delighted to be returning to the viola repertoire partnering violist Cressida Wislocki in two lunchtime concerts. - Read More→

A celebration of British song

St. Saviourgate, York, YO1 8NQ - St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel

- Saturday 06th April 2019

The last time I worked together with baritone Robert Rice, was at Wilton’s Music Hall, in my dramatized song recital, ‘Art Sung – Alma Mahler’ in which he, unflinchingly, took on the roles of the men in Alma’s life - Klimt, Zemlinsky and Mahler. I’m delighted to be performing with him again at the York Late Festival for an evening of British Song from the 20th and the 21st centuries. - Read More→

Florence Latin Jazz goes classical (but just a little!)

34 Florence St, London N1 - Florence Works

- Sunday 03rd February 2019

I’m delighted to be performing a fun programme of solos, duos and trios with my long standing duo partner, cellist Tania Lisboa and violinist David Johnson at the home of concert promoter and my great friend, Alison McGowan, on Sunday 3rd February as we open the 2019 Florence Latin Jazz series. Our focus is primarily on the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos who died 60 years ago in 1959, and has been described as "the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music". - Read More→

An evening of orchestral music

Wickhambrook, Near Bury St Edmonds - Badmondisfield Hall

- Saturday 01st December 2018

2018 marks my 10-year partnership with Bulgarian violinist Krassimira Jeliazkova. We have had a wonderfully successful year of playing concerts in and around London with music by Beethoven, Schubert, Debussy,..... - Read More→

Art Sung – Alma Mahler

Hinde Street W1U 2QJ - Hinde Street Methodist Church

- Wednesday 14th November 2018

Art Sung – Alma Mahler is thrilled to be part of the London Song Festival this year. - Read More→

Lunchtime recital

Corbet Teys Road, Upminster, Essex, RM14 2BB - St Laurence Church

- Thursday 04th October 2018

Each of the three pieces in our programme is, in its own way, a celebration of originality and inventiveness. Beethoven’s 3rd violin sonata, composed in 1798, although standing firmly in the classical period, already announces the unveiling of the musical creator who would forge his own path in composition. - Read More→

A CONCERT TO COMMEMORATE 1918

60 Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8LN - The Albemarle Music Centre

- Friday 31st August 2018

World War I was without doubt one of the deadliest conflicts in modern history: - not only were countless lives lost, lands ravished and countries impoverished, but as monarchies fell and Empires toppled, a way of life came under attack. - Read More→

Violin and piano lunchtime recital

Church Path, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 1JP - St Mary's Church

- Wednesday 04th July 2018

Eastern Europe has held a fascination for the West for many centuries. The glittering court of St Petersburg of the 1800s attracted musicians and composers as diverse as Clara and Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, John Field, Louis Spohr, and singer Pauline Viardot. However, after the Russian Revolution of 1917, Russia’s greatest talent abandoned the mother country seeking freedom to pursue their art in the West. - Read More→

Music at St Thomas’

St Thomas Road Brentwood CM14 4DF - St Thomas Church

- Friday 29th June 2018

FROM EASTERN EUROPE WITH LOVE Eastern Europe has held a fascination for the West for many centuries. The glittering court of St Petersburg of the 1800s attracted musicians and composers as diverse as Clara and Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, John Field, Louis Spohr, and singer Pauline Viardot. However, after the Russian Revolution of 1917, Russia’s greatest talent abandoned the mother country seeking freedom to pursue their art in the West. - Read More→