Please see below our concert programme for 2023.
Tickets are £18 in advance or £20 on the door.
The advance tickets are available through TicketSource (see the links below for each concert) or through our local outlets - Pot Pourri, & Sway Deli.
Monday 12th June : 7.30pm
Annie Yim (piano), Richard Birchall (cello) and Michal Cwizewicz (violin) formed the Minerva Trio in 2013. Regarded now as one of the most exciting trios in the UK, they work closely with a number of contemporary composers and are keen to collaborate with other art forms such as dance. Their debut album Dance! was released in October 2022 and was praised for its “nuanced and imaginative creativity”.
HAYDN Trio in G maj. ‘Gypsy Rondo’ Hob XV:25
STRAVINSKY (arr. Birchall) Pulcinella Suite
CHERYL FRANCES-HOAD My Fleeting Angel
RAVEL Piano Trio in A minor
Monday 10th July : 7.30pm
VICTOR MASLOV (piano)
Victor has won awards at many international piano competitions. He graduated in 2021 from the RCM having completed his Artist Diploma as a Carne Trust Junior Fellow and previously having been awarded a Distinction in his Master of Performance degree. The New York Concert Review praised him as having “close to all-round mastery of his repertoire”.
JANACEK On an Overgrown Path
STRAVINSKY /AGOSTI Three movements : The Firebird
MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition
Kindly supported by the Countess of Munster Trust
Monday 21st August : 7.30pm
MICHAEL GIBSON (tenor)
LUCY COLQUHOUN (piano)
Michael is a member of the Jette Parker Artists Programme at the ROH, Covent Garden. This season he has sung roles in Turandot, Tannhäuser, La Traviata, and The Rape of Lucretia. He has performed as soloist with the LSO and LPO. Lucy is a staff pianist in the vocal department of the RCM. She is in great demand as an accompanist and has played for finalists at the Ferrier Awards in 2019 and 2020.
The concert will be a mix of songs by English composers, including Vaughan Williams’ ‘Songs of Travel’, Finzi, Britten, together with some folk songs, parlour songs and short piano pieces.
Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artist Scheme
Monday 11th September : 7.30pm
ANTOINE PRÉAT (piano)
Antoine is a French born and London based international performer and prize winner, who performed memorably for us in 2021. Described by French Radio as ‘one of the most gifted pianists of the young generation’, he is building a sparkling concert career in the UK and abroad.
RAMEAU. Suite en Sol
DEBUSSY. Images Book I
HAYD. Sonata in E minor
DEBUSSY. Images Book II
Monday 2nd October : 7.30pm
Luba Tunicliffe (viola), Henry Roberts (flute) and Oliver Wass (harp) played a very memorable concert for us in 2019. We are very pleased to welcome them back, for a very inventive programme: several of the pieces are their own arrangements. They have won many awards for chamber ensembles awards and their debut recording was released in June 2021.
DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un Faune
STROZZI Selection of Madrigals
BERIO (arr.) Violin Duos
BENNETT Sonata after Syrinx
PROKOFIEV Piano Sonata No.6 Op. 82
RAMEAU Pieces from Les Boréades
SMYTH Variations on Bonnie Sweet Robin
PROKOFIEV Suite from Romeo and Juliet
Tickets cost £18 when purchased in advance from Pot Pourri in Brookley Road, Brockenhurst, or from Sway Deli.
Tickets are also available in advance from Ticket Source online (www.ticketsource.co.uk) for £18 plus a small booking fee. Alternatively by phone (0333 666 4466) for £18 plus a booking fee of £2.00 which includes posting a paper ticket to your home address. Tickets may also be bought at the door.
All the concerts take place at St Saviour’s Church, Wilverley Road Brockenhurst
General membership is £5.00 and includes the five paper concert programmes that are available at each concert.