Diary

NGUT-1157-00652018:

February 17th to 24th: Piano Circus residency at Snape Maltings – Open Session on Saturday 24th February 6pm: https://snapemaltings.co.uk/whats-on/open-session-piano-circus/

March 7th: Piano Circus recital at Brunel University (details tbc)

March 19th to 23rd: Outreach project with children from the Yehudi Menuhin School, performing in primary and special needs schools in Surrey and south London

March 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 27th – performances of Snappy Operas, various venues in the UK (details tbc)

Monday April 9th, 8pm: Piano Circus recital at the Liverpool Philharmonic Close-Up concert series: http://www.liverpoolphil.com/whats-on/piano-circus

April 12th: Solo Recital: St Olave’s Church, Hart Street, London, EC3R 7NB – Delius ‘On Hearing the First Cuckoo in the Spring’, Nocturne from the Florida Suite; Elisabeth Lutyens ‘The Ring of Bone’ op.106; Anthony Herschel Hill Litany and Toccata

April 13th: Solo Recital at Sophie’s Barn, Chacombe:

April 16th to 18th: Piano Circus residency at Edge Hill University: workshops on student compositions, performances by Steven Davismoon, John Psathas, others.

April 22nd: Solo Recital and masterclass at Rugby School, Warwickshire (private event)

April 23rd: Solo Recital, Park Lane Group ‘Bernstein 100’ celebrations, Royal Overseas House, London: Bernstein: Sonata, Touches, Anniversaries

May 18th: solo recital, Little Slyfield, in aid of the Aidan Woodcock Charitable Trust

30th and 31st May: recording of British 20th century works for SOMM Recordings

24th June: Piano Circus at Southwold Arts Festival: works by Fitkin, Reich, Sutton

Wednesday 3rd to Saturday 6th October: Director, William Alwyn Festival

Tuesday 9th October, 6pm: Solo Recital: Americana ’18 Festival, St John’s Smith Square – Bernstein Sonata, Wolpe Passacaglia, Barber Nocturne, Copland Variations,

Thursday 11th October, 10pm: recital with violinist Madeleine Mitchell: Americana ’18 Festival, St John’s Smith Square

Saturday 13th October, 7:30pm: Brahms 2nd Concerto with Sussex Sinfonia; Peter Fender, conductor