Monday 12th July : 7.30pm
Mila Piano Trio


The Mila Piano Trio came together in 2015 while studying at the Royal Academy of Music.  Recent performances include St. John’s Smith Square and at St. Martin-in the Field as finalists in the 2018 St. Martin’s Chamber Music Competition.  The trio won First Prize in the Verão Clàssico Competition, Lisbon in 2018 and have won prizes in the Isaacs and Pirani Competition and in the RAM’s Historical Women Prize.



HAYDN - Piano Trio No. 32 Hob. XV:18

BEETHOVEN - Piano Trio Op. 70 No.2

SCHUBERT - Notturno E flat minor

RAVEL - Piano Trio A minor

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Wednesday 4th August : 7.30pm

Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux (Violin)

Ljubica Stojanovic (Piano)


Charlotte began her studies in Montpelier then entered the Menuhin School in 2009. She is now completing a Master’s degree at the RCM with Alina Ibragimova as a recipient of the Geoff and Carole Lindey Award.

Born in Serbia, Ljubica is a first prize winner in over 20 national and international competitions. She graduated with a Masters and Fellowship from the Guildhall School. She performs regularly as a soloist and with chamber groups across Europe.


C  SCHUMANN - Three Romances Op.22

SCHUBERT - Fantasy in C for violin and piano

BRAHMS - Sonata for violin & piano Op.78

BARTOK - Rhapsody No.2

Kindly sponsored by the Countess of Munster Trust

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Monday 13th September : 7.30pm
Antoine Préat (Piano)

(in place of Antonina Suhanova who unfortunately was unable to travel to the UK for this performance)

Described by French Radio as “one of the most gifted young artists of the youngest generation”, London-based pianist Antoine Préat has performed in prestigious venues including the Wigmore Hall, Salle Gaveau, Paris Beaux Arts Museum, and Frederyk Chopin Institute as well as throughout Europe and the United States, being featured on radios such as the BBC, France Musique and Scala Radio.

Born in Paris in 1997, Antoine started the piano at age nine and gave his first public concert one year later at the Salle Gaveau. After graduating with honours from the Ecole Normale de Paris he furthered his studies at the Royal Academy of Music earning a Master of Arts as well as the DipRam – the highest distinction delivered by the institution - and the Bache Prize for special achievements upon graduation. 

He is the winner of the Philip and Dorothy Green Award 2020, winner or finalist in many international competitions, and City Music Foundation Artist 2020.


HAYDN - Sonata in B minor 

BEETHOVEN – Sonata, Op 110 

SCHUMANN – Fantasietucken, Op 12

RAVEL - Gaspard de la nuit 

Kindly supported by Making Music’s
Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artist’s Scheme

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Monday 25th October : 7.30pm
The Brompton Quartet


The Brompton Quartet was formed in September 2018 of students studying at the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy. They have rapidly made a name for themselves as one of the most exciting young string quartets in the UK, winning the St. Martin’s Chamber Music Competition in 2019.


HAYDN Quartet Op. 74 No. 3 in G minor

BARTOK  Quartet No 6 Sz.114

BEETHOVEN Quartet Op. 59 No 1 in F major

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2021 Concerts

Advance purchase only. 

Tickets can be purchased in advance for £12 from Pot Pourri in Brookley Road, Brockenhurst.

Tickets are also available in advance from TicketSource online ( for £12 plus a small booking fee.


Alternatively by phone (0333 666 4466) for £12 plus a booking fee of £1.80 which includes posting a paper ticket to your home address


All the concerts take place at St Saviour’s Church, Wilverley Road  Brockenhurst  SO42 7SP

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