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Wednesday, 11th July
Cleo Annandale violin
Matthew Chadbond violin
Nicholas Pegg viola
Ellen Porter cello
1.00pm St Peter’s Church
Church Street, Oundle, PE8 4EE
Tickets: £6 (Buy tickets to 3 or more different Lunchtime Recitals for only £5 each)
Talented young cellist and previous winner of Oundle Young Musician of the Year Ellen Porter returns to her home town to perform with three of her contemporaries from the Royal Northern College of Music as the Cuerda Quartet. First violin, Cleo, is also from Northamptonshire, demonstrating the strength of music-making in the county. Their programme features Debussy’s sensual string quartet and Glazunov’s third, the “Slavonic”.
Performance ends at approximately 1.45pm
Sponsored by Kate Wishart
Wednesday, 11th July
William Howard: In love with the piano
7.30pm Oundle School Chapel
Milton Rd, Oundle, PE8 4AB
Tickets: £16 adult / £5 u18
Special offer: combine with EUCO concert on Thursday 12 July and pay just £14 for each concert
William Howard is established as one of Britain’s leading pianists, enjoying a career that has taken him to over 40 countries and the world’s major concert halls. He also can be heard frequently on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM.
William’s programme will include some of the great 19th and early 20th century love songs for piano by Suk, Granados and Liszt, Chopin’s Byronic B flat minor Scherzo and the monumental Ballade no 1, as well as five of the short contemporary love songs he has commissioned to continue that tradition into the 21st century.
‘...a pianist of quite special lustrousness and versatility’ The Independent
Performance ends at approximately 9.30pm
The Kawai concert grand for this evening’s performance has kindly been sponsored by Coach House Pianos