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 londonshop@schott-music.com

 

Saturday 6th September 2014, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Liederstube - Singers' Drop-in

Eugenia Cheng brings to London her Liederstube, an informal salon for singers of all voices to drop in and bring their favourite lied or art-song, or whatever takes their fancy at the moment, to sing, with Eugenia at the piano. The Liederstube has run in Chicago for a while and attracted a whole variety of singers. Now London has a chance!

Admission: free (with or without song)
More information: www.liederstube.org and www.facebook.com/liederstube

 


Saturday September 13th 2014, 7.00pm

Piano Recital - Daniel Medina & Yasmine Latkowski

A debut concert at Schott for these two performers with a varied program of classical and contemporary piano music, including, from Daniel, pieces from Schumann's Kinderszenen, Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, two Chopin nocturnes and Rachmaninov's redoubtable Prelude in C# minor, plus, from Yasmine, pieces by Michael Nyman, Ludovico Einaudi and by the performer herself. A complimentary drink will be offered during the interval'. (Dress code, smart)

Tickets: £15 (£10 child) on the door or in advance from 020 7534 0710

 


Friday September 19th 2014, 7.00pm

Wind Chamber Concert

As part of the London New Wind Festival 2014, a small ensemble from the New Wind Symphony Orchestra play mainly contemporary music for wind, including commissions by the Festival. Full programme and performer information will appear here shortly.

Tickets: Please ring 020 7534 0710 for prices and reservations.

 


Saturday September 20th 2014, 7.30pm

Beethoven Violin Sonatas (Part II) with Jacob Caro and Masachi Nishiyama

The second of three concerts this year in which violinist Jacob Reina Caro and pianist Masachi Nishiyama perform the complete cycle of Beethoven's sonatas for violin and piano. The programme tonight comprises Sonata No.8 in G and Sonata No.6 in A from Op.30, Sonata No.4 in A minor Op.23 and the Spring Sonata, No.5 in F Op.24. Drinks and nibbles are on offer in the interval.
The last concert of the series will be on Friday 31st October.

Tickets: £15 (£10 concessions) from oyjltdmasachi@aol.com, telephone 0795 747 2245

 


Saturday September 27th 2014, 6.30pm

John Lewis and Hugh Shrapnel – Music for Piano Duet

Composers John Lewis and Hugh Shrapnel present a programme of their recent music for piano duet and solo piano. Lewis’s rhythmically dynamic, jazz-tinged pieces named after the Chemical Elements contrast with Shrapnel’s gentler, sometimes nostalgic lyrical portraits of South East London.

Tickets: £8 (£5 concessions) on the door or in advance from 020 7534 0710

 


Looking ahead...


Saturday October 11th 2014, 2.00pm-6.00pm

Jazz Vocal Workshop

Michael Klein and Chris Legee again offer the opportunity to get yourself recorded singing up to three numbers of your choice with a small house combo. Please ring Chris Legee on 020 7703 9648 (or 07766 985529) for enrolment information.

 


Friday October 17th 2014, 6.45pm

Susana Gilardoni - Song Recital

Susana returns the the performance space with another varied programme of baroque and classical arias and vocal pieces from Argentina and South America and Spain.

Admission: Free

 


Sat October 18th 2014, 1.00pm-5.00pm

Jazz Piano Workshop

Another participatory workshop of solo and accompaniment technique in the jazz style. Enquiries and registration please contact organiser Shan Verma on 07400 385786

 


Friday October 31st 2014, 7.30pm

Beethoven Violin Sonatas (Part III)

The last of three concerts in which violinist Jacob Reina Caro and pianist Masachi Nishiyama perform the complete cycle of Beethoven' sonatas for violin and piano.

Tickets: £15 (£10 concessions) from oyjltdmasachi@aol.com, telephone 0795 747 2245

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