Harwich in June

We had so much fun at our concert on Saturday for Harwich Festival of the Arts. A beautiful venue at St Nicholas’ Church and many thanks to the audience and the organisers for their kind hospitality. If we have time after concerts, we always enjoy discovering the local area before heading home – especially gardens!…

Launde Abbey

A really lovely afternoon concert in Leicestershire at the beautiful Launde Abbey. Beautiful acoustics in their chapel, a very kind and enthusiastic audience and great to bring together so many composers from different eras from Bach, Schubert and Mendelssohn to Michiru Oshima and Ian Venables. The highlight though was having just enough time to get…

Cheltenham in April

March slipped into April, more birds chirruping, hedgehogs appearing in the garden and flowers blossoming into spring colours. And lighter evenings to enjoy, walk home from teaching in the daylight and marvel at the endless skies of the Fenland (where I live) practice lots, study and learn new pieces. In April we also had our…

Wales in March

A lovely weekend at the start of March performing in the quiet and idyllic village of New Radnor, Wales. We gave a concert here a few years ago so we were delighted to be invited back and play for their music society again. Such a warm and appreciative audience, we enjoyed playing for everyone so…

Moffat in January

Just returned from a lovely weekend in Scotland, performing two concerts for Moffat Music Society at the Old Well Theatre. Moffat is a historic spa town lying in the Annandale Valley and you can find out more about it here: https://visitmoffat.co.uk/ A really warm and appreciative audience who braved the wind and rain of Storm…

Showreel

Excited to present some highlights from my recent concert for Midweek Music Series in Southport. This showreel features some of the pieces that I played: Polonaise de Concert by Wieniawski, Standchen by Schubert, Brasilleira by Milhaud, Ibert’s Petit Ane Blanc, Nigun by Bloch, Vitali’s Chaconne, Sarasate’s Carmen Fantasy and our favourite encore -Czardas by Vittorio…