DONNE Women in Music Showcase Concert
Fri 22 November 2019, 7.00 pm
Why are there so few female composers? But are they really so few? Welcome to Donne: Women in Music! Join them in this concert for their first anniversary, as they explore music issued on their first 3 CDs dedicated to women composers, both historical and current. The concert includes music by Hildegard von Bingen, Francesca Caccini, Barbara Strozzi, Anna Bon di Venezia, Elisabeth J de La Guerre, Elisabetta de Gambarini and Silvia Berg.
Vladimir Soares recorder
Fabian Crosch harpsichord
Kismara Pessatti contralto
Jani Silva percussion
Gabriella di Laccio soprano
Audacium Baroque Ensemble
TICKETS Free admission
BOOKINGS No booking required
MORE INFORMATION www.drama-musica.com/Donne.html
Concert in Aid of Young Venezuelan Musicians
Fri 22 November 2019, 7.30 pm
A concert in aid of young Venezuelan musicians who are in desperate need to renew the accessories for their instruments. The programme will combine piano solo and violin, and much-loved pieces including Grieg's Sonata No. 2 and Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata with a reading offered by Susan Porrett of the 'Letter to the immortal beloved' by Beethoven. Vibrant Venezuelan music will also be performed by Stephen and Clara, including a selection of joropos accompanied on the cuatro by Arnaldo Cogorno. All proceeds and donations go to Fundación Fidavenezuela.
Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata for Piano No. 14 in C sharp minor, 'Quasi una fantasia' (Moonlight) Op. 27, No. 2
Edvard Grieg Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 in G, Op. 13
Fritz Kreisler Schon Rosmarin
Luisa Elena Paesano Pajarillo
Manuel de Falla 7 Canciones populares españolas: 'Nana'
Johannes Brahms Sonata in C minor: 'Scherzo'
John Williams Excerpt from Schindler's List
Clara Rodriquez piano
Stephen Bryant violin
Susan Porrett reader
Arnaldo Cogorno cuatro
TICKETS £20, £18, £16 | £13 Concessions | £55 Two adults & two children
BOOKINGS 0800 411 8881 | bpt.me/4254302
MORE INFORMATION sjp.org.uk
Paraquayan pianist Chiara D'Odorico presents her new album "Music of My Land"
Thu 5 December 2019, 1.00 pm
Chiara D'Odorico is considered one of the most internationally acknowledged Paraguayan pianists. She started studying at the Conservatory of Music “Clave de Sol” in Asuncion-Paraguay, where she graduated guided by her mother, the pianist Miriam D’Odorico. She received the Bachelor's degree in the National University of Art in Buenos Aires-Argentina. In 2014 she received the Master's degree at the Superior School of Music of Catalunya (ESMUC) in Barcelona-Spain, with a scholarship granted by the National Fund of Culture and Arts of Paraguay, where she studied with the maestro Pierre Réach and Denis Lossev. Distinguished with different awards that enhance her artistic career as "Ambassador of Paraguay Tourism", "Artifices of Change Award: Women who Innovate and Create", “Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Paraguay 2018", "National Youth Award" presented by the President of the Republic , "Tribute Award to the Paraguayan Woman of today".
Her first album, Music of My Land is presented for the first time in London in this recital, as part of her European Tour 2019. The album was born with the aim of disseminating, valuing and publicizing academic Paraguayan Music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Many of the works are recorded by her for the first time, including music from new generations.
Frédéric Chopin Waltz Op. posth in A minor | Nocturne Op. 48 No.1 | Nocturne Op. 48 No.2 | Barcarolle 0p. 60
Jorge “Lobito” Martínez Children's Play
Juan Carlos Moreno González Three Pieces for piano (Scherzo about a Smile of a Child; Chant of an Artist; Spring Nocturne) | Two Dances
Carlos Lara Bareira Paraguayan Watercolors No. 3 “Balthazar's Party”
Nancy Luzko In the Paraná
Chiara D'Ororico piano
TICKETS Free; exit donations welcome
BOOKINGS No booking required
MORE INFORMATION 020 7262 9976 | stjamespaddington.org.uk/events/chiara-dodorico/
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