RPS Young Musicians Recital

Wed 24 Jan 2018 6.45pm

22 Mansfield Street, London W1G 9NR

Event Price: £40

Join us at the annual RPS Young Musicians Recital on Wednesday 24 January 2018 in Marylebone, London.

For this evening of live music from our current RPS Young Musicians we return to the beautiful home of Bob and Elisabeth Boas for a second year. Performing in this intimate venue will be current RPS Emily Anderson Prize winner, Dutch-American violinist Amarins Wierdsma, along with the Pelléas Ensemble; a flute, viola and harp trio, formed at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, who were the inaugural winners of the RPS Henderson Chamber Ensemble Award in 2017.

The programme will feature an on-stage conversation with the musicians who will also be joined by some of our prize-winning composers, to talk about their work and the challenges they face as emerging artists. 

The evening ticket includes a recital, supper and wine as well as a chance to meet the musicians and find out about the challenges they face as they enter the music profession. All profits will go towards our Young Musicians Programme.

Date: Wednesday 24 January 2018
Time: Reception from 6.45pm (recital at 7.30pm)
Venue: 22 Mansfield Street, London, W1G 9NR

PROGRAMME

Pelléas Ensemble
Rameau arr. Pelléas Ensemble Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts - Deuxième Concert (La Boucon, LAgaçante)
Ravel arr. J Morlock - Le Tombeau de Couperin (Menuet & Toccata) 

Conversation with Pelléas Ensemble, Amarins Wierdsma, and RPS composers Dani Howard and Jack Pepper.

Amarins Wierdsma
Prokofiev Melodies 1,3 & 4 from "5 melodies op. 35"
Messiaen Theme and Variations
Kreisler Tambourin Chinois

Click here to book

£40 per person* to include concert, drinks and a buffet supper

*£30 (inc VAT) covers supper, drinks and concert expenses, plus a £10 voluntary suggested minimum donation per person to the RPS Young Musicians Programme. Please note that the RPS is a registered charity (no. 213693), and all funds raised from this event will help us continue our vital work with young musicians.

Related Content