We are delighted to present prize-winning young harpist Elizabeth Bass who in 2016 became the first British person to reach the final of the USA International Harp Competition.
Emmanuel Bach has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at venues including Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, St George’s Bristol, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St James’s Piccadilly.
Local guitarist David Cottam presents a wonderful Sunday afternoon programme which includes Bach, Scarlatti, Spanish Music and some of his own musical compositions.
French pianist Bernard d’Ascoli has been pursuing a distinguished career since the 1981 Leeds Competition – praised by critics for his powerful interpretations of the core repertoire.
Vocal sextet of elite young singers directed by Freddie Crowley. Their repertoire ranges from Renaissance to close-harmony and jazz: their programme includes works by Victoria, Tallis, Lobo and Stanford.
Gioisca explores the wealth of repertoire for high soprano, Baroque trumpet and organ, and their programme will include works by Scarlatti, Bach and Handel and their repertoire also includes jazz and songs from the shows.
The Trio Goya play chamber music on period instruments and their programme concentrates on music by Haydn, Mozart and early Beethoven.
Jonathan Radford on saxophones and Kaoli Ono on the piano perform a programme featuring works by De Falla, Faure, Milhaud, and Lauba.
This experienced wind quintet made their international debut in Lucerne in January 2017. Their programme features works by Mozart, Hindemith, Paul Patterson and Samuel Barber.
The Gildas Quartet are members of the Park Lane Group Young Artists. Their programme includes works by Haydn, Dvorak and Beethoven.
Our first concert for the 2018 season presents an unusual combination of instruments the flute, harp and viola. The programme will include works by Debussy, Arnold Bax and Bartok.