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Format: 2018-01-19
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    23 January 2018 - 7:30pm
    1768 - a retrospective | The Mozartists (chamber ensemble)
    Chiara Skerath, Ian Page, Katy Bircher, The Mozartists
    Wigmore Hall London W1U 2BP
    United Kingdom

    Ian Page’s visionary Mozart 250 series continues to build a widespread and highly enthusiastic following. Here he returns with The Mozartists for a diverse and illuminating overview of the musical year 1768. Dramatically charged D minor symphonies by Haydn and Vanhal frame a charming flute concerto by ‘the London Bach’ and a fascinating selection of arias sung by the outstanding young Swiss-Belgian soprano Chiara Skerath.

    Symphony No 26 in D minor, 'Lamentatione'
    (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
    Ombre, che tacite qui fede avete from Fetonte
    Niccolò Jommelli (1714-1774)
    Concerto for flute in D major
    Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)
    Amore nel mio petto from Lo speziale
    (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
    Sinfonia from La finta semplice
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
    Perdero l'amato bene from Piramo e Tisbe
    Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783)
    Symphony in D minor
    Johann Baptist Vanhal (1739-1813)
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    19 January 2018 - 7:30pm
    London Philharmonic Orchestra: Organ spectacular
    Dirk Brossé, James O'Donnell, London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Royal Festival Hall London SE1 8XX
    United Kingdom

    Some pieces have a nickname for a reason and when the Royal Festival Hall organ raises the roof at the end of Saint-Saëns's heaven-storming 'Organ' Symphony, the reason for this one will become pretty obvious. Saint-Saëns’s third is part of a noble Franco-Belgian organ tradition, and guest conductor Dirk Brossé has paired it with the equally thrilling Symphonie Concertante by Joseph Jongen, written in 1926 for the largest organ in the world. It’s a magnificent showcase for soloist James O'Donnell, accompanied by the full orchestra, and a resplendent climax to an evening of pure, ear-tingling sound at its most glorious.

    Toccata and Fugue in D minor
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Symphony No 3 in C minor, 'Organ'
    Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921)
    Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)
    Symphonie Concertante, for organ and orchestra
    Joseph Jongen (1873-1953)
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    19 January 2018 - 7:45pm
    Orchestra of the Swan: John Lill plays Beethoven
    David Curtis, John Lill, Orchestra of the Swan
    Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres Malvern WR14 3HB
    United Kingdom

    Acknowledged as a leading interpreter of the works of Beethoven, John Lill has been performing recitals since the age of nine. John will be performing a piano concerto premiered in 1803, with Beethoven himself as the soloist.

    Two works by Mozart are featured in the first half: Don Giovanni’s Overture, completed – some say – on the same day as its premiere, and Symphony No 41, the longest and last of his symphonies, and one of the very first symphonies to be recorded in 1913 using the earliest recording technology.

    Pre-show talk, 6.45pm - free admission

    Overture from Don Giovanni
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
    Symphony No 41 in C, 'Jupiter'
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No 3 in C minor
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
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    19 January 2018 - 1:10pm
    Inna Montesclaros (piano) plays Chopin, Albéniz, Enescu and Beethoven
    Inna Montesclaros
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Inna Montesclaros is one of the Philippines’ promising young pianists. She is a winner in both national and international piano competitions.
    In July 2009, she was awarded Gold Prize at the 2009 Asia International Piano Academy Festival and Competition in Cheonan, South Korea, the Silver Prize at the 1st International Piano Competition in Hanoi, Vietnam, and the Bronze Prize and Sole Winner, at the 4th International Chopin Piano Competition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Inna was also First Prize winner in five prestigious Philippine piano competitions-- Third Rosario Picazo Competition, the National Music Competition for Young Artists, the Competition for Young Artists, and the Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines Mozart Concerto Competition, and Piano Teachers Guild of the Philippines Beethoven Concerto Competition.
    In 2017, she and violinist, Ada Witczyk won 3rd place in the Rising Stars Grand Prix Competition in Berlin, Germany.

    She has performed with the major Philippine Orchestras, including the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Eugene Castillo, the Manila Symphony Orchestra II with Professor Arturo Molina, the Metro Manila Community Orchestra with Professor Chino Toledo, and the University of Santo Tomas Symphony Orchestra with Professor Herminigildo Ranera. She has also been the featured performer in various solo recitals and concerts around the country. Her most recent concerts include being presented in solo concert by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (July 2016), and a charity concert presented by the Lamdag Foundation for Women’s Projects, Inc. at the Insular Life Corporate Center Auditorium (July 2016). In June 2015, she was invited by El Conservtorio de Musica de la Universidad Mayor to be featured for a solo piano concert in Teatro Municipal de Las Condes in Santiago, Chile, for Temporada Internacional de Musica Clasica, representing her country, the Philippines. She has also made her orchestral debut in London at the Duke’s Hall Royal Academy of Music, performing Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Hornton Chamber Orchestra in April 2017.

    In her pursuit to deepen her musical knowledge, she has had the pleasure of receiving masterclasses from remarkable musicians such as Imogen Cooper, Sofya Gulyak, Dorian Leljak, Boaz Sharon, and many more.

    Inna studied for two years in the University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music, taking up B.M Piano where she enjoyed the Sto. Domingo Scholarship, under the guidance of Dr Raul Sunico. She began piano studies at age 5 under Professor Cecile Basilio Roxas at the Sta. Isabel College.
    In 2016, Inna completed her Bachelor of Music BMus(Hons) studies, graduating with a First Class with Distinction from the Royal College of Music in London, where she enjoyed an RCM scholarship, and a Herbert Howells and Thomas Fielden Scholarship. She was under the instruction of Professor Ian Jones, Deputy Head of Keyboard.

    Currently, Inna is pursuing her Master of Arts in Performance from the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she has the privilege of enjoying the Cosmina & Douglas Liversidge Award and the Alfred Knight Bursary. She was also the recipient of the Goetze Bequest Award. She is studying under the expert tutelage of Professor Ian Fountain.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante in E flat
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Pavane from Suite No 2 in D major
    George Enescu (1881-1955)
    Triana from Iberia
    Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)
    Sonata for Piano No 30 in E
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
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    22 January 2018 - 1:10pm
    Lauren Lodge-Campbell (soprano) sings Schumann, Strauss, Previn and Grainger
    Dylan Perez, Lauren Lodge-Campbell
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    British/Australian soprano Lauren Lodge-Campbell recently graduated from the Artist Masters course at the Guildhall School, where she studied with Janice Chapman and Yvonne Kenny. Lauren completed a BMus (Advanced Performance, 1st class) at the Queensland Conservatorium (Australia) in 2013, studying with Margaret Schindler. Awards while at the Conservatorium include the Linda Edith Allen Award for Singing (Postgraduate), the Ethel Osborn Scholarship, the Doreen Ord & Lyceum Club Prize, and both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Elizabeth Muir Awards for Singing.

    At the Guildhall School Lauren was the winner of the Susan Longfield Prize and the Franz Schubert Institut Lieder Competition. The latter awarded her a full scholarship to study at the Franz Schubert Institut in Baden, Austria in summer 2016. In 2017 Lauren was the winner of the inaugural Cheltenham Bach Choir Competition, and a Semi Finalist in the Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation International Song Competition with duo partner, Michael Sikich.

    Opera roles include the title role in Janácek’s The Cunning Little Vixen, for which she was recipient of the Sir Mostyn Hanger Opera Prize; Drusilla L’incoronazione di Poppea, Cherubino Le nozze di Figaro, A Woman (The Plaint) The Fairy Queen, and Lauretta Gianni Schicchi. Lauren performed the lead role of Matsya in the world premiere of the touring opera Floods for the Queensland Conservatorium and Brisbane Festival. In 2016 Lauren made her Barbican Hall debut with the London Symphony Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle in the role of the Princess in the world premiere of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ children’s opera The Hogboon, a role which Opera Magazine described as “given with touching simplicity and luminous vocal beauty”.

    A keen recitalist, Lauren has performed at recitals at the Barbican Hall, LSO St Luke’s and at the Holywell Music Room as part of the Oxford Lieder Festival Mastercourse. Lauren performed Schumann’s Spanisches Liebeslieder at Wigmore Hall alongside the Prince Consort and Guildhall musicians. A member of the Guildhall Song Guild directed by Graham Johnson OBE, Lauren has participated in masterclasses with such artists as Roger Vignoles, Julius Drake, Elly Ameling, Richard Stokes, Dame Emma Kirkby and Dame Felicity Lott. Lauren has performed as a soloist with the Queensland Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra and is a member of the Guildhall Consort, most recently performing with the Venice Baroque Orchestra at the Barbican Hall.

    Lauren is grateful for the generous support from the Carpenters' Company (Henry Osborne Award), the Australia Day Foundation UK Trust, the Kathleen Trust and the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

    Pianist Dylan Perez is a highly sought after recitalist, chamber musician, and coach specialising in vocal repertoire. He graduated in 2016 with Distinction from the Artist Masters programme at the Guildhall School where he studied with Pamela Lidiard and Julius Drake. Prior to relocating to London, he studied at the University of Michigan with Louis Nagel and Martin Katz.

    Recently, he was awarded the Gerald Moore Prize for accompanists. He was also awarded the Paul Hamburger Prize for Accompaniment in association with a performance of Die schöne Müllerin, directed by Graham Johnson.

    In April 2016, he was a finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier awards at Wigmore Hall where he, along with his duo partner mezzo soprano Bianca Andrew, received the Loveday Song Prize. He was a finalist in the competition again in 2017, and performed with Francesca Chiejina, Daniel Shelvey, and Eduard Mas Bacardit. Along with duo partner Iúnó Connolly, Dylan was a semi-finalist in the 2017 Das Lied International Song Competition in Heidelberg, Germany.

    In May, he performed alongside the Prince Consort at the Wigmore Hall, playing Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzer and Stephen Hough’s Other Love Songs. Dylan has performed in Pre-LSO concerts at the Barbican Hall and was featured in a BBC Proms Extra concert, broadcast live on Radio 3 from Imperial College. Recently, he was featured on a Radio 3 recital, performing songs by Richard Rodney Bennett with baritone Benson Wilson.

    He is an alumnus of the Franz-Schubert-Institut in Baden bei Wien, Austria, where he performed in masterclasses for Julius Drake, Rudolf Jansen, Helmut Deutsch, and Elly Ameling. Dylan is also a Britten-Pears Young Artist and studied there with Christoph Pregardien, Julius Drake, and Richard Stokes. Dylan has also played in masterclasses with Renee Fleming, Joyce DiDonato, Dame Felicity Lott, and with Roger Vignoles, Brigitte Fassbaender, and Christian Gerhaher at Wigmore Hall.

    Dylan is the founder of re-sung, a London based song recital series that focuses on the connection between text and music, with special interest on creating new interpretations of masterworks and championing contemporary song.

    Passionate about the voice, Dylan is closely associated with Prof. Janice Chapman at the Guildhall School where he plays for her lessons, learns about the mechanics of vocal technique, and amasses vast knowledge for coaching young and mature singers.

    He continues on the Artist Diploma course at the Guildhall School and studies with Eugene Asti, Andrew West, and Iain Burnside. Dylan is grateful for the support of the Norman Gee Foundation and the Guildhall School Trust.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    To Gratiana dancing and singing
    William Denis Browne (1888-1915)
    Liebeslied from 5 Lieder und Gesänge
    Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
    Aufträge from 5 Lieder und Gesänge
    Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
    Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
    2 Poèmes de Louis Aragon
    Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)
    Sallie Chisum remembers Billy the Kid
    André Previn (1929-)
    The Sprig of Thyme
    Percy Grainger (1882-1961)
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    24 January 2018 - 1:10pm
    Emily Gray (mezzo-soprano) sings Debussy, Howells, Duparc and Timothy Salter
    Emily Gray, Timothy Salter
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Award-winning mezzo-soprano Emily Gray achieved success at an early age when she was named BBC Radio Choir Girl of the Year 2000. She went on to record the album Passiontide for Naxos to critical acclaim.

    Emily attended Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she participated in a number of masterclasses with Matthew Rose, Roderick Williams, Rory Kinnear, Susan Bullock, Ruby Philogene and James Gilchrist. She is a Trinity Laban Gold Medal Award finalist for 2017, the showcase contest for which will take place at Kings Place on 29th January.

    A frequent performer in the vocal and accompaniment masterclasses of Eugene Asti, Emily also performed at Leeds Lieder in April 2016 and toured with Catherine Bott in March 2017. She also took a lead role in the premier of Stephen McNeff’s opera Banished and the role of Ottavia in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea in July 2016/17. Both performances saw Emily singled out in the national press as "one to watch".

    Timothy Salter is a composer, conductor and pianist, whose works include instrumental, chamber and orchestral music, choral music and songs. He was born in Yorkshire and read music at St. John’s College, Cambridge. His numerous public and private commissions comprise concert music in many genres but also include incidental music for television. His compositions appear on several recording labels and have been broadcast throughout the world. As a pianist he performs with singers and instrumentalists in Britain and overseas.

    He is musical director of The Ionian Singers, with whom he records and performs internationally. He is a strong advocate of the composer-performer, believing that executant experience has an invaluable effect on composition. In pursuit of this he has written a substantial body of choral works and works including chorus, and much of his wide-ranging instrumental music has been written for colleague performers.

    For many years he taught composition and performance studies at the Royal College of Music, London. As a composer and performer he has considerable experience in working with musicians, student and professional, on the performance of contemporary music. In 1995 he founded Usk Recordings for the promulgation of new music and neglected works from the past.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Trois Chansons de Bilitis
    Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
    Peacock Pie
    Herbert Howells (1892-1983)
    Sérénade Florentine
    Henri Duparc (1848-1933)
    Four Hopkins songs
    Timothy Salter (1942-)
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    26 January 2018 - 1:10pm
    Konstantinos Destounis (piano) plays Chopin, Theodore Antoniou and Beethoven
    Konstantinos Destounis
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Konstantinos Destounis (b.1991 in Athens) is regarded asone of the most prominent Greek artists of his generation. He is a prizewinner in many international piano competitions, most notably ‘Grand Prix Maria Callas’ in Athens, ‘Southern Highlands’ in Canberra, ‘Giorgos Thimis’ in Thessaloniki and the Bremen European Piano Competition. As the winner of Greece’s national competition, he represented his country at ‘Eurovision Young Musicians’ in Vienna.

    His performing career has led him to prestigious venues across Europe and Australia, such as Royal Albert Hall and St John’s Smith Square in London, Opera ‘La Fenice’ in Venice, Llewellyn Hall in Canberra, Glocke Saal in Bremen, Athens Megaron, Thessaloniki Megaron. As a soloist he has performed with the Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Athens State Orchestra, Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Greek Radio National Orchestra, UK Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, Murcia Symphony Orchestra and many more.

    After graduating from the Hellenic Conservatory and the University of Macedonia in Greece, Konstantinos went on to receive a Master’s degree at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and an Artist Diploma at the Royal College of Music in London (Professor D Alexeev, I Jones, A Zolinsky). He is currently a doctoral candidate of the Royal College of Music, supported by an Eleanor and Gary Brass Award. His research focuses on the piano works by the renowned Greek composer, Theodore Antoniou, with whom he has a close collaboration.

    Konstantinos’ world première recording of Antoniou’s complete piano works will be released in March by Naxos’ series ‘Grand Piano’.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Scherzo No 2 in B Flat minor
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Prelude and Toccata
    Theodore Antoniou (1935 -)
    Theodore Antoniou (1935 -)
    John Psathas (1966-)
    Sonata for Piano No 23 in F minor, 'Appassionata'
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
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    29 January 2018 - 1:10pm
    Poppy Beddoe (clarinet), Alex Soares (piano) play Brahms, Chopin, Rachmaninov
    Alex Soares, Poppy Beddoe
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Poppy Beddoe completed her MA in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in 2016, studying with Chris Richards and Timothy Lines, after a BA in Music from King’s College London (studying with Angela Malsbury at RAM). She is now pursuing a freelance career, with engagements ranging from solo performance through chamber music to orchestral work. She is a busy chamber musician: principal clarinet of the Temple Ensemble – founded by her in 2013, and supported by the Nicholas Boas Trust and the John Ireland Trust – and clarinettist for the Labuschagne Quartet. Her solo work includes Weber Clarinet Concerto no.1 with the Cambridge Graduate Orchestra in 2016, Weber Clarinet Concerto No 2 as the winner of the Kings College LondonConcerto prize as well as regular London recitals and collaborations with singers. She has considerable orchestral experience – ranging from playing E flat clarinet in the RAM Symphony Orchestra under both Edward Gardner (Elgar Et exspecto...) and Sir Mark Elder (Shostakovitch 6) to principal clarinet for the Sinfonia d’Amici in Madama Butterfly in 2017 and projects with the Street Orchestra of London – as well as performance on the historical clarinet (principal) under Margaret Faultless. She looks forward to a year full of opportunities, including concerts with Temple Ensemble at the Faversham Music Club in late 2017, with Labuschagne Quartet at the Barnes Music Festival and the Clifton International Festival of Music Festival in 2018, solo recitals in venues such as St James's Piccadilly and St Pancras Church, and performing the Mozart Clarinet Concerto with the Strand Chamber Orchestra in February 2018.

    In today's performance of the Brahms clarinet sonata, Poppy will be accompanied by South African pianist Roelof Temming.

    Praised as a pianist of “huge intensity” (The Telegraph), Alexander Soares is developing a reputation as an artist of formidible technique and virtuosity, with performances of “diamond clarity and authority” (BBC Radio 3 ‘In Tune’). In 2015, his performance in the BBC SO / BBC Radio 3 ‘Boulez at 90’ celebrations received widespread critical acclaim in the press, described as a “brilliantly unbuttoned account” (The Sunday Times) and “most memorable of all” (The Financial Times). The 2014-15 season began with a BBC Radio 3 broadcast of the rarely heard piano repertoire of John Tavener, and included Alexander’s debuts at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the latter performance applauded for its “explosive sound world, pulling out a rich array of colour and texture” (The Herald). He was awarded 1st prize and Gold Medal in the prestigious Royal Overseas League Competition, and was subsequently selected as a 2015 Artist by City Music Foundation. 2016-17 highlights include returns to Wigmore Hall, West Road, Cambridge and St James’s Piccadilly, and debuts at various festivals across the UK.

    Contemporary French repertoire forms a major part of Alexander’s programming. Since a UK premiére of Tristan Murail’s work in the BBC SO Total Immersion series, he has performed this repertoire in his debut recitals in the Royal Festival Hall, the Purcell Room, and the Bridgewater Hall. In 2014, he collaborated with Diego Masson performing Messiaen’s Des Canyons aux Étoiles in Milton Court Concert Hall. The following year, he performed Boulez’s Dérive with David Corkhill in LSO St. Luke’s. His first album will be recorded in 2016, comprising of the solo works of Boulez, Dutilleux and Messiaen.

    A keen chamber musician, Alexander has performed on numerous occasions in the Barbican, working with notable artists such as Boris Brovtsyn and Alexander Baillie. Collaborating with violinist Mihaela Martin, he debuted in Spain at the Palacio de Festivales, Sala Argenta. He has also toured France, in venues including Auditorium St Germain and Opéra Rouen, performing Stravinsky’s Les Noces on Pleyel’s original double grand pianos, manufactured in the late nineteenth century. Alexander has greatly benefitted from the guidance of pianists including Richard Goode, Stephen Kovacevich, Stephen Hough, and Steven Osborne.

    Alexander graduated with first class honours from Clare College, University of Cambridge. He then pursued postgratuate studies with Ronan O’Hora at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, achieving a Master’s with Distinction. In 2015 he completed a doctorate investigating memorisation strategies for contemporary piano repertoire, under the supervision of Professor Daniel Leech-Wilkinson. He is most grateful for generous support from the Guildhall School Trust, Help Musicians UK, Countess of Munster Trust, Martin Musical Scholarship Foundation, Park Lane Group and Making Music.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Sonata for clarinet and piano No 2 in E flat
    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
    Trois Préludes pour piano
    Henri Dutilleux (1916-2013)
    Mazurka No 13 in A minor
    Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
    Poissons d'or from Images for piano (Book 2, 1908)
    Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
    Études-tableau No 4 in B minor from Études-tableaux
    Sergey Rachmaninov (1873-1943)
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    27 January 2018 - 7:45pm
    Nielsen, Vaughan Williams and Strauss performed by Bromley Symphony Orchestra
    Adrian Brown, Andrew Laing, Bromley Symphony Orchestra, Caroline Marwood, Nicola Ihnatowicz, Oskar McCarthy
    Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts, Langley Park School for Boys Beckenham BR3 3BP
    United Kingdom

    Nielsen’s 3rd Symphony (the ‘Espansiva’) is light and joyous – not ‘typical’ Nielsen at all. Its famous slow movement, which Nielsen himself described as a ‘landscape Andante,’ uses offstage solo voices to marvellous effect. Vaughan Williams then provides a virtuoso showpiece for principal oboist Caroline Marwood. A folk music-inspired pastorale is followed by a delicate minuet, while the finale is almost a perpetuum mobile – interrupted by some stunningly lyrical passages. The Rosenkavalier suite excerpts moments of Strauss’s greatest masterpiece, including the ‘Presentation of the rose’ scene, and the most richly textured of the opera’s several waltzes. It concludes with the powerful trio for the Marschallin, Octavian and Sophie – and by the languorous final duet. Not to be missed!

    Symphony No 3, 'Sinfonia espansiva'
    Carl Nielsen (1865-1931)
    Concerto for Oboe and Strings in A minor
    Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
    Suite from Der Rosenkavalier
    Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
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    26 January 2018 - 1:00pm
    Lunchtime Concert - Junior Guildhall String Ensemble
    Julian Clayton, Junior Guildhall String Ensemble
    Regent Hall (The Salvation Army) London W1C 2DJ
    United Kingdom

    Guildhall School of Music and Drama presents Junior Guildhall String Ensemble

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