Our Thursday evening recital series concludes with a programme including Beethoven, Dvorak, Reger and Strauss.
Beethoven Seven Variations on the theme from the aria 'Bei mannern liebe welche fuhlen' from The Magic Flute by Mozart
Dvorak Waldesruhe, Rondo
Reger Two Pieces Op.79e Caprice; Kleine Romance
Strauss Sonata Op.6
Allegro con brio
Andante ma non troppo
The programme will last around 60 minutes.
Clare Deniz is a classically trained cellist who has played solos for Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev. She won a coveted Junior Exhibition to the Royal Academy of Music after playing the cello at school for just one year. She has had a distinguished career as a cellist and is also in demand as a cello teacher.
Alan Brown went on from early festival successes and membership of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain to study piano and cello with Ruth Harte and Lilly Phillips at the Royal Academy of Music. Whilst there he won many prizes, was awarded the prestigious Recital Diploma, and was proclaimed National Most Promising Pianist of the Year. He was also a finalist in the Royal Overseas League and National Federation of Music Societies awards and winner of the Hastings National Concerto Competition. Since his acclaimed Wigmore Hall début, Alan has appeared many times in London, at the Purcell Room and the Fairfield Hall, and at other venues throughout the United Kingdom and Europe, as well as the Channel Islands and Australia.
Entry is £5 per person. Please pay on the door, by cash or cheque.
Find out more about our Thursday evening recital series, which runs from 9th June to 14th July.