Monday 9th May : 7.30pm
Anything Goes - A Venetian Salon
Gala Concert for our 75th Concert Season
Le Salon Musical presents an immersive show of music and theatre, which explores the hottest themes in 1930’s Europe. Imagine yourself in Venice 1935, a guest at the Salon of the Princesse de Polignac. Pianist Arthur Rubinstein, violinist Olga Rudge, poet Ezra Pound and star tenor Francesco Taddei meet to make music and discuss the latest in art, politics and society. What could go wrong?
Includes music from Vivaldi to Cole Porter and poetry of Ezra Pound, James Joyce and Dante Alighieri.
Monday 13th June : 7.30pm
Indira Grier (Cello)
Daniel Lebhardt (Piano)
Already recipient of several international prizes, Indira Grier has been invited to the Verbier Festival Soloist Academy in 2021-2. She is a keen chamber musician and frequently performs as part of the Grier Trio.
Born in Hungary, Daniel Lebhardt studied at the Franz Liszt Academy, the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He has won awards at international competitions in Paris, New York and Sydney and was invited by Decca to record Bartok’s solo piano music.
BEETHOVEN – Sonata Op.5 No.2 in G minor
BEETHOVEN – Sonata Op. 69 No.2 in A major
BRAHMS – Sonata Op. 99 No.2 in F major
Monday 11th July : 7.30pm
The Mithras Trio, comprising Ionel Manciu (violin), Leo Popplewell (cello) and Dominic Degavino (piano), was formed in 2017 at the Guildhall School.
In 2018 -19 they won first prize at five national and international chamber music competitions and the Royal Philharmonic Society Henderson Award. They are currently members of the prestigious BBC New Generation Artists scheme and broadcast regularly on Radio 3.
McDOWALL – Cavatina at Midnight
BEETHOVEN – Piano Trio in E flat Op.70 No.2
TCHAIKOVSKY – Piano Trio in A Minor Op.50
Kindly sponsored by the Countess of Munster Trust
Monday 8th August : 7.30pm
James Gilbert (Clarinet)
Piano Accompanist TBA
James is currently an ABRSM scholar at the Royal Academy of Music. He has appeared as a soloist performing Finzi’s Clarinet Concerto with John Wilson and the Academy Symphony Orchestra, for both solo and chamber recitals for the Leeds International Concert Season and has played alongside Ryan Wigglesworth at the BBC Proms.
CLARA SCHUMANN – Romances Op. 22
STANFORD – Sonata Op.129
BRAHMS – Sonata Op. 120 No.2
BRIDGE – Norse Legend H60
GADE – Fantasy Pieces
ELGAR – Sospiri, Op. 70 arr.Cl.& Pf
IRELAND – Fantasy Sonata
Kindly supported by Making Music’sPhilip and Dorothy Green Young Artist’s Scheme
Monday 12th September : 7.30pm
Antonina Suhanova (Piano)
After her early training in Latvia, Antonina moved to the Guildhall School in 2012 where she studied with Ronan O’Hora. She graduated with distinction in B.Mus., Masters and Artist Diploma course. She has appeared as soloist with orchestras in London, Latvia and Moscow and participated in renowned chamber music festivals in the UK, USA, Austria, Germany, Holland, Italy, Latvia, Switzerland and Russia.
MOZART – Sonata in F major, K.280
BRAHMS – Six pieces, Op. 118
BERG – Piano Sonata Op.1
PROKOFIEV – Piano Sonata No.6 Op. 82
Tickets cost £15 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 £15 plus a small booking fee. Alternatively by phone (0333 666 4466) for £15 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 SO42 7SP
Membership for the 2022 season costs £65 and entitles you to free entry to all FIVE concerts.
Membership can be bought as a season ticket through TicketSource online (www.ticketsource.co.uk).