Upcoming Events at The Schott Music Shop
For more about any of these events or for information about how to book the Schott Recital Room please contact us at 020 7534 0710 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday April 11th 2014, 7.00pm
Tim Parkinson - Contemporary Piano Music
After his very well-received concert of minimalists in November, pianist and composer Tim Parkinson is back with another programme of contemporary piano music, featuring premières of new works by Laurence Crane, Matteo Fargion, Joseph Kudirka and Tim Parkinson, and recent pieces by Jürg Frey and Chiyoko Szlavnics.
Tickets: £10 on the door or in advance from 020 7564 0710.
Saturday April 12th 2014, 6.00pm
Steve Doman - viola
Violist Steve Doman, accompanied by Lydia Scadding at the piano, plays works by Bach, Kurtag, Paganini, Tchaikovsky and Brahms. Steve studied viola at Guildhall School of Music with Mark Knight, where he now teaches, and on a postgraduate scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music. He has pursued his studies with Yuri Gandelsman in Michigan USA and at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki with Pirkko Simojokiwith. He has played in many major British and international orchestras as well as participating in chamber music and giving solo recitals. Lydia Scadding, when not performing in public, is accompanist at Wells Cathedral School.
Tickets: £10 - to reserve a ticket, contact email@example.com
More information: www.stevedoman.com
Friday April 25th 2014, 7.30pm
Robert Keeley - Recent British Piano Music
Robert Keeley presents a programme that reflects the variety and originality of the current generation of British piano composers, although he launches the concert with Trois Fragments Psychologiques by a British maverick from an older generation, Lord Berners. Pieces include Judith Weir's I've turned the page... (2007), Tom Armstrong's Morning Music (2012), Thomas Hyde's Three Nocturnes (2006), Sadie Harrison's around and around (2012), Robert Saxton's Chacony (1988) William Baines' Tides (The Lone Wreck: Goodnight to Flamboro), the performer's own piece Pentango (2011) and Harrison Birtwistle's Saraband: The Kings Farewell (2001). Robert Keeley is senior lecturer in composition at King's College London and a well-known contemporary composer.
Admission: Donations. Reserve a seat: 020 7534 0710
Saturday April 26th 2014, 6.00pm for 6.30pm performance
Chamber Players - Mostly Mozart
A showcase performance of chamber ensembles coached by Lucy Melvin, director of The Chamber Players. The programme is mostly made up of Mozart, with string trios, string quartets and a surprise finale.
Tickets: £10 (concessions: £7.50, under-12s: free)
More information: www.chamberplayers.org.uk