September 2017 to May 2018.
Wed 20/09/17 Amalthea flute and harp. Klio Blonz and Siobhan Swider “fast rising
brilliant musicians who leave audiences spellbound”.
Wed 18/10/17 Ian Tindale prize winning pianist and accompanist with Anna Harvey,
mezzo soprano graduate of Cambridge and RAM, Associate Artist Welsh National Opera.
Wed 15/11/17 Programme change owing to indisposition. Paul Campion, writer and lecturer
will present ‘Hope and Glory - The Proud Story of the Proms’.
Wed 17/01/18 Antonio Oyarzabal born in Bilbao, Master Graduate at the Guildhall School
of Music and Drama. Prizewinning, versatile, Principal Keyboard of Young Musicians
Symphony Orchestra since 2012 and the European Union Youth Orchestra 2014.
Wed 21/02/18 Michael Green, past vice-chairman of the Delius Society, founded in
1962, will give an illustrated talk on Delius.
Wed 21/03/18 Molly Parsons-Gurr began playing cello at 13 years, & did an undergraduate
course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance then at RCM gained Master
of Performance degree. Has performed many diverse recitals. Her accompanist is Bristol
born Jennifer Carter who won a full scholarship to the junior department of the Royal
Welsh College of Music where she received the Elgar Recital Prize and a scholarship
to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she won the Queen Mary
11 accompanists prize. She is the first person to be awarded an extension of her
Fellowship in Accompaniment at the Royal College of Music and is a Concordia Artist.
Wed 18/04/18. Michael Bell, tenor, and Hugh Cutting, countertenor from St John’s
Choir, Cambridge will sing from solo repertoire and Britten’s canticle “Abraham and
Isaac”. Pianist to be arranged.
Wed 16/05/18 Catriona McDermid bassoonist studied at RCM and Lincoln Hall, Oxford
where she was awarded a Music Faculty Joan Conway Scholarship in Performance Studies
and graduated with first class honours. She is supported by the Countess of Munster
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