Joseph Houston is a London-based pianist specialising in Contemporary Music. Playing a wide repertoire from Dubussy, Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert & Lizt.
Janet Hilton (Clarinet), Pavlos Carvalho (cello) & Jakob Fichert (piano) come together to play challenging trios from Beethoven, Nina Rota, Ginastera, Berg & Brahms.
Rosanna Ter Berg (flute) and pianist Leo Nicholson perform a recital of Bach, Dubussy, Ibert, Bartok, Martinu and Poulenc sonatas.
Leading British piano trio (piano, violin, cello) of the new generation named after legendary violinist Adolf Busch playing Haydn, Beethoven & Dvořák.
The DeNOTE performing Mozart on period instruments.
John Mark Ainsley sings songs by Purcell, Schubert, Duparc, Fauré, Gurney, Butterworth, Macmillan and Hahn
The Piatti String Quartet, winner of the St Martin’s Chamber Music Competition and several other awards, is fast emerging as one of the UK’s leading young string quartets.
John Paul Ekins was selected as a Making Music Young Artist in 2012
Alberto Casadei's programme demonstrates the stylistic range of the cello, from the baroque capability of Bach’s hidden counterpoint through the romanticism of Brahms to the near-modernity of Debussy.
The Sacconi String Quartet return to Wallingford to play Haydn, Dove and Mozart
For our 2nd song recital of the season we welcome the very distinguished counter tenor James Bowman and his pianist Andrew Plant to perform a wide range of English songs from the 18th to the 20th centuries.
The Millbrook ensemble perform the seminal quartet of 1910 by Frank Bridge between quartets of the classical and romantic eras.
The Thames Consort returns for a programme of Baroque music, from the sensuous gloom of Bruhns’ De profundis via Vivaldi's scintillating double concerto to the joyous optimism of Purcell's Rejoice in the Lord
The Sacconi Quartet play Haydn and Mozart and are joined by the Marmen Quartet to play Mendelssohn's Octet.
The Band of Music have built up a considerable following in Wallingford, and on will be performing one of their ingeniously researched programmes, this time of music popular in London in the late 17th and early 18th centuries
Cellist Adi Tal and pianist Nicola Eimer play Debussy, Ravel, Poulenc, Beethoven, Chopin and Glazunov
The pianist Jinah Shim presents an all-Schubert programme. She is a holder of Making Music's Award for Young Concert Artists
The Russian-Australian artist Andrey Lebedev gives a solo guitar recital with financial support from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust
Saxophonist Huw Wiggin with pianist James Sherlock returns to St Peter's with a wide ranging programme
The Jørgensen Trio play Haydn, Bridge, Schubert and McDowall. They won the St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competition in 2015
The Villiers String Quartet are current holders of the Radcliffe Chamber Music Residency at the Faculty of Music at Oxford University
The season finishes as usual with the Thames Consort.
The Sacconi play Haydn and Schubert quartets and, with Andrew Berridge on viola, play a Beethoven quintet.
Aspects of Love - Music by Purcell, Strozzi and Monteverdi
Viola music by Bach, Rachmaninov and Rebecca Clarke
Song cycles by Schubert and Beethoven
Violin and piano sonatas by Richard Strauss, Schubert and Poulenc
A change to the programme - the Gildas Quartet replace the Marmen quartet who have had to withdraw due to injury - they will play Haydn, Ravel and Beethoven string quartets
Piano music by Bach/Busoni, Medtner, Beethoven and Liszt
Music by Brahms, Bottesini and Schubert
An all Bach programme, including the Magnificat in D major
Mozart horn quintet, Ireland Sextet and Brahms clarinet quintet
Violin music by JS Bach, Prokofiev, Ysaÿe and Franck
Mozart, Glass and Beethoven string quartets
Viola, flute and harp music by Debussy, Bax, Salter and Leclair
Piano music by Beethoven, Schubert, Rachmaninov and Liszt
Trio music by Schubert, Rachmaninov and Ravel
Diverse programme of French and Spanish composers
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