Following the success of last year's concert, we return to the beautiful home of Sir Vernon and Lady Ellis in Kensington for an evening of live music from current RPS Young Musicians. Performers will include young violinist Maria Włoszczowska
(recent winner of the RPS Emily Anderson Prize), mezzo-soprano Anna Huntley
who is currently working with Angelika Kirchschlager as part of the RPS/YCAT Philip Langridge Mentoring Scheme and harpist Emily Hoile
, recent recipient of the Julius Isserlis Scholarship which enabled her to study at the Juilliard School in New York.
The evening includes a recital, buffet supper and wine. All donations received will help cover the costs of the evening, with all profits going towards our Young Musicians Programme
* Suggested minimum voluntary donation: £35 per head.
By asking for a donation rather setting a ticket price we will be able to claim gift aid where permitted, and we therefore hope to raise more money towards our work with Young Musicians. Please give generously, thank you.
CONCERT PROGRAMME:Maria Włoszczowska, violin
(Winner of the 2014 RPS Emily Anderson Prize for Violinist)
Accompanied by Nicola Eimer
Dvořák: Slavonic dance no 2 in e minor
Brahms: Hungarian dance no 2 in d minor
Emily Hoile, harp
(Awarded the RPS Julius Isserlis Scholarship for instrumental study abroad)
Anna Huntley, mezzo-soprano
(Mentored by Angelika Kirschlager in the RPS/YCAT Philip Langridge Mentoring Scheme)
Accompanied by James Baillieu
Rossini: La Regata Veneziana, parts i - iii
Traditional: The Water of Tyne
Clarke: The Seal Man
Porter: The Tale of the Oyster