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Sunday 3rd December 2017
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 2BP

Szymon Nehring (Photo: Stanley Waterman)


BEETHOVEN           Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 “Appassionata”
CHOPIN                   Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor Op.35
SZYMANOWSKI      Mazurkas Op. 50 No. 1,2, 3, 4
SZYMANOWSKI      Variations in B flat minor Op.3
STRAVINSKY          Trois movements de Petrushka

Szymon Nehring won First Prize at the 2017Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition in Tel Aviv as well as several extra prizes, including the Best Performance of a Chopin Piece Prize. He performed in the finals of the 17th Fryderyk Chopin International Piano Competition to win an Honorable Mention, the Audience Prize as well as a number of extra prizes.

2016 saw the release of the artist’s two albums: Chopin’s Piano Concertos as well as Krzysztof Penderecki’s Piano Concerto ‘Resurrection’ with the composer conducting. His latest recording includes Chopin’s works performed on a period instrument (Erard 1858).

You can read the article about Simon’s forthcoming Wigmore Hall recital in Pianist magazine and the review of his recent Carnegie Hall recital on .




Friday 2nd March 2018
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 2BP

Mark Viner photo 1 (2)











LISZT              Bénédiction et Serment – Deux motifs de Benvenuto Cellini de Berlioz, S.396
ALKAN            Souvenirs – Trois morceaux dans le genre pathétique, op.15
THALBERG     Fantaisie sur des thèmes de l’opéra Moïse de G. Rossini, op.33
CHOPIN          Deux nocturnes, op.48
LISZT              Réminiscences de Norma – Grande fantaisie, S.394






REVERIE: The Life and Loves of Claude Debussy

Sunday 28th January 2018 at 3.00pm
St. John’s Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA

Lucy Parham, piano
Simon Russell Beale, narrator

Celebrating the centenary of Claude Debussy, Reverie evokes his complex emotional life through a personal and revealing journal, illuminated by a sequence of his most famous and atmospheric works for piano.

Parham’s playing superbly covered the musical bases, from the lazy opulence of ‘Soirée dans Grenade’ to the glacial chill of ‘Des pas sur la neige’, from the tintinnabulation of ‘Pagodes’ to the chaste beauty of ‘La fille aux cheveux de lin’.” **** 4 stars The Independent

Post concert Q & A hosted by tba

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ODYSSEY OF LOVE: Liszt and His Women

Sunday 4th March 2018 at 3.00pm
St. John’s Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA

Lucy Parham, piano
Joanna David, narrator
Robert Glenister, narrator

The colourful life of the extraordinary Franz Liszt took him from child prodigy to living legend.  Odyssey of Love focuses on the two greatest romances of this tempestuous genius.

“The concept is brilliant, it totally works, is engaging, insightful and informative, and there is not a trace of tricksiness or flash about it.”  Scottish Herald

“With music ranging from hushed inwardness to stormy flashiness, Liszt led a life paralleling his music – and here it is, all bound together in living in music history.” ***** 5 stars Pianist Magazine

Post concert Q & A hosted by tba

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ELÉGIE: Rachmaninoff – A Heart in Exile

Sunday 15th April 2018 at 3.00pm
St. John’s Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA

Lucy Parham, piano
Henry Goodman, narrator

Lucy Parham’s most recent Composer Portrait, Elégie, chronicles Rachmaninoff’s exile from Russia and the enduring longing for his homeland. It features many of his finest and poignant solo piano music.

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Lucy Parham‘s trailblazing evening concerts in which she fuses music and words with the help of some of our most distinguished thespians, have become one of the must-see events on the musical calendar.” BBC Music Magazine

Lucy Parham is no ordinary pianist…she has the ability to get inside the personality of the composers whose music she plays and to devise programmes of words and music which enable audiences to share the experience” Seen and Heard International

*All actors featured in this series appear subject to availability.




Thursday 18 January 2018 at 7.30pm
Kings Place, 90 York Way, Kings Cross, London N1 9AG











Bristol Ensemble (leader: Simon Kodurand)
Virginia Black, piano


HAYDN: Symphony No.49 (La Passione)
BACH: Piano Concerto in A major BWV1055
MOZART: Divertimento in F major K138
BACH: Concerto in D minor BWV1052 

Virginia Black has once again delighted audiences with recent recitals in England and Europe comprising principally of works by Bach, Mozart, Scarlatti, Haydn and Schubert, together with some more contemporary works. She has also released a recording of the six Bach Partitas and recordings of Scarlatti and Rameau are in progress.

Virginia made her concert debut as a pianist aged 17 playing Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.  She made her debut as a solo recitalist at Wigmore Hall, aged 20, playing the harpsichord, which she studied at the Royal Academy of Music. She has subsequently played at many international festivals, including the Paris festival d’été and the Prague Spring Festival, and pursued a busy worldwide concert, TV, radio and recording schedule.

In December 2013 she released a double CD of the six Bach Partitas (BWV 825 – 830) and in May 2015 a CD of Scarlatti sonatas.

“…a communicative artist, extrovert, colourful, spontaneous but with a deep sense of poetry.” Gramophone

“…Black’s intimate style …yields arresting results…lilting, relaxed and gorgeously inflected.”   review of Bach Partita CD













Bristol Ensemble is the city’s only professional orchestra, comprising a core of 25 musicians and a further 50 musicians, all experienced players in a range of musical genres. The Ensemble has flexible configurations, from a piano trio through to full symphony orchestra.

The Ensemble has worked with outstanding international artists and soloists, including Evelyn Glennie, Freddy Kempf, Peter Donohoe, Andrei Gavrilov, Chloë Hanslip, Matthew Barley, Alan Schiller, Willard White, Emma Kirkby, James Bowman, Andy Shephard, Wayne Marshall, Leslie Garrett, Emma Johnson, Natalia Lomeiko and Jiafeng Chen.

The orchestra is known for collaborations with other art forms including film and media work, as well as its highly acclaimed contemporary music series Elektrostatic at Colston Hall, working with artists such as Gabriel Prokofiev, Juice, Get The Blessing, Charles Johnston, USA group Eighth Blackbird and Bhangra group RSVP.  Through Elektrostatic, Bristol Ensemble has commissioned over 50 new works by British composers.


Purcell Room, Southbank Centre


Wednesday 30 May 2018 at 7.45pm
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX

Judith Jáuregui












GRANADOS: Danzas españolas (No.2 Oriental / No.5 Andaluza)
CHOPIN: Ballade No.1 in G minor Op. 23
DEBUSSY: Estampes (Pagodes / La soirée dans Grenade / Jardins sous la pluie)
DEBUSSY: L’isle joyeuse
MOMPOU: Scènes d’enfants (Cris dans la rue / Jeux sur la plage / Jeu 2 / Jeu 3 Jeunes filles au jardin)SZYMANOWSKI: 9 Preludes Op.1
SCRIABIN: Sonata No.5 Op.53

Combining elegance and exuberance, the celebrated Spanish pianist Judith Jáuregui gives a captivating recital of music that travels from her Spanish roots to French refinement and the musical brightness of Poland and Russia.

Judith Jáuregui, born in San Sebastian in 1985, has been recognised throughout Spain for her pianistic brilliance and individuality, and has also been hailed abroad in countries from France to Japan, Germany to Venezuela and China. Forthcoming engagements include performing in Caracas with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra under Gustavo Dudamel, the Folle Journée de Nantes in France, and at the Murten Classics Festival in Switzerland, where she will be artist in residence next season. In 2013 Jáuregui formed her own record label, BerliMusic, on the latest release of which she explores the artistic links between three of the composers in this recital – Chopin, Scriabin and Szymanowski. Together with the zestful colours and rhythms of Granados and the finesse and sparkle of Debussy, her fascinating choice of programme for her London recital reflects both the openness and the deep insight of her musical personality.”

Tickets: £20, £15, £10



Further concerts to be announced.















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