MUSIC AT 22 MANSFIELD STREET

For all music lovers we strongly recommend to take part in the concerts listed below. The usual objective of these evenings is to give performance opportunities for the musicians and also to raise funds for The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust. Those that want to learn how to play good music might want to take part also in Master classes given by Gabor Takacs-Nagy on 23 and 24 March. For more details please contact:

Elisabeth & Bob Boas
Phone: 020 7436 0344
E-mail: boas22m@btinternet.com
22 Mansfield Street, London W1G 9NR)

Sunday 10 January
IMS Prussia Cove The Annual Sandor Vegh memorial concert Beethoven – Quartet Op.59 No.2, Ulrike-Anima Mathé – violin, Kjell-Arne Jorgensen – violin Werner Dickel – viola, Xenia Jankovic – cello, Mendelssohn – Quartet in F minor Op.80, Krysia Osostowicz – violin, Lesley Hatfield – violin, Tim Boulton – viola, Christoph Richter –cello
Recital starts at 11am Drinks after £30 payable to IMS Prussia Cove

Tuesday 12 January
Lisa Ueda – violin, Daniele Rinaldo – pianoIn preparation for a Japanese tour. Janacek – Sonata, Beethoven – “Kreutzer” Sonata no 9, de Falla – Suite Populaire Espagnole Franck – Sonata Supper after

Thursday 14 January
Rupert Marshall-Luck –violin, Duncan Honeybourne – piano A recital in connection with The English Music Festival including a short talk by Rupert on Hubert Parry’s music for violin and piano. Parry: Allegretto pastorale Schumann: Intermezzo (from ‘FAE’ Sonata), Brahms: Sonatensatz (from ‘FAE’ Sonata) Parry: Sonata in D major for Violin and Piano Parry: Suite no.2, Elgar: Sonata in E minor for Violin and Piano, op.82 Drinks and canapés after

Sunday 17 January 6.0 for 6.30
Elisabeth Leonskaja – piano and the Doric Quartet In preparation for a recital at the Musikverein. Mozart G minor Piano Quartet,Schumann Piano Quartet and some solo piano tbc.
Note early start time. Drinks and canapés after

Monday 18 January
Fenella Humphreys – violin , Nathan Williamson – piano 20th century UK violin and piano music in preparation for a cd including, Delius – LegendThomas Pitfield – Sonata no.1, Cyril Scott – 2 Sonnetts, Ireland – Berceuse and BagatelleLennox Berkeley – Elegy and Toccata. Supper after

Wednesday 20 January
The Cecilia String Quartet. Winners in 2010 of the Banff Quartet competition this outstanding Canadian quartet will play Mozart – String quartet in F major K. 590, Nicole Lizée – Isabella Blow at Somerset House * (Commissioned by the Cecilia Quartet) Mendelssohn – Quartet in e minor op. 44 No. 2 Supper after

Thursday 21 January
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian – violin, Maximilian Kromer – pianoAn outstanding young Viennese violinist. Best violin/piano duo of l’Académie de Musique de Lausanne 2015″ they are going to perform in September 2016 at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad.
Mozart – Violin Sonata No. 22 K. 305, Brahms – Violin Sonata No.2 Op.100, Debussy – Violin Sonata in G minor, C.Franck – Violin Sonata in A Major Supper after

Sunday 24 January 6.00 for 6.30
Francesco Piemontesi – piano. An all Mozart programme Sonatas K284 and K331 Fantasia K397 and Rondo K511
Note Early start time Drinks and canapés after

Monday 25 January
Georgy Tchaidze –piano. Winner in 2009of the Honens competition and in 2015 of the Trondheim competition in preparation for his concert the next day in Leeds invited by Paul Lewis. Schubert – Allegretto in C Minor D915, 4 Impromptus D. 935, Prokofiev – Sonatine Pastorale op. 59/3, Sonata No.8, in B-flat Major, op.84 Drinks and canapés after

Wednesday 27 January
Piano Trio Voces Intimae. Richard Cecchetti – piano, Luigi de Philippi – violin, Sandro Meo – cello
Hummel Trios No 3 Op.22 and No 7 Op. 93 and Mendelsohn D minor Op.49
Drinks and canapés after

Thursday 28 January
Alexandra Dariescu – piano. In preparation for her Wigmore Hall recital on 31 January, Mendelssohn – Variations sérieuses Op. 54, Fauré Preludes Op. 103, No. 2,3,4 Chopin Prelude op 45 and Scherzo No. 2 Op. 31, Szymanowski 9 Preludes, Op. 1 Supper after

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