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Franz Scharwenka transcription of Beethoven 9 for piano duet

Categories: Concerts
Tags: beethoven transcription, ben schoeman. franz schwarenka, tessa uys

Ludwig van Beethoven
13th May, 27th June and 7th September 2016

Tessa Uys and Ben Schoeman (piano duo)
Beethoven : Symphony no 9 (‘Choral’) arr for piano duet by Franz Scharwenka

13th May 2016

St Barnabas Church Lunchtime Concert Series, London W5

Fridays, 1.00pm – 1.45pm
VISIT Music at St Barnabas


27th June 2016

June Recital Series at St Lawrence Jury

Mondays, 1.00pm – 1.45pm
VISIT St Lawrence Jewry

7th September 2016

Melford Music Lunchtime Recitals, Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk

Wednesdays, 1.15pm
VISIT Melford Music

August 2016 Music Festival at St Lawrence Jewry

Categories: Concerts
Tags: august music festival, martyn noble, music in london, st laawrence jewry, tessa uys

St Lawrence Jewry, London at 1.00pm
St Lawrence Jewry church

20 days of lunchtime recitals throughout the month of August

Tessa Uys, piano Martyn Noble, organ

To open the festival in which we celebrate Franz Joseph Haydn, we have two of the master’s concertos for piano, the C major Hob. XV111:1 and D major Hob. XV111:11, sandwiching the sonata for piano in B minor. Hob XVl:32

August Music Festival

St Lawrence Jewry Music Festival

Categories: Concerts, Festivals
Tags: goldberg variations, st lawrence jewry, tessa uys

Monday 31st July, St Lawrence Jewry, Guildhall Yard, London, EC2V 5AA, 1.00pm
Tessa Uys

St Lawrence Jewry Summer Chamber Music Festival 2017

20 lunchtime concerts starting at 1.00pm

Tessa Uys returns to the summer festival to open it with one of the finest of J. S. Bach’s compositions for keyboard, the Goldberg Variations BWV 988. A magnificent beginning to this year’s chamber music offering!

More concerts the same week:
Tuesday 1st AUGUST – Helen Bailey, soprano Chad Kelly, piano

Helen and Chad have chosen to include Bach’s Mein Herze Schwimmt in Blut and Monteverdi’s Lamento della Ninfa in their recital. In addition, a Mozart concert aria is scheduled together with a world premier composition from her husband, Jim Clements.

Wednesday 2nd – The Leading Ladies in ‘Sacred and Secular’

Singers Catrin Lewis, Suzi Saperia, and Rosemary Clifford, with their pianist Louisa Lam offer us Bach’s Suscepit Israel from the Magnificat together with music by Mozart, Fauré and a group of British folksongs including My love is like a red, red rose. Gershwin might also put in a brief appearance!

Thursday 3rd – Matthew Huber, cello

The first of three concerts which will present all six of Bach’s Suites for unaccompanied cello, composed when the master served as Kapellmeister in Köthen. Matthew will begin by performing No’s 1 and 6 BWV 1007-1012.

Friday 4th – Emmanuel Bach, violin

Our first opportunity to listen to the unaccompanied violin in this festival. Emmanuel has chosen two works of approximately equal length and unquestionable genius: Bach’s Partita No 3 in E major BWV 1006 and the Sonata No 3 in C major BWV 1005.

Admission free


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