Meng Yang Pan (piano), Nigel Wilkinson (conductor)
Mozart Overture The Abduction from the Seraglio
Mozart Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466
Delius On hearing the first cuckoo in Spring
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 in A minor (Scottish)
Following the acclaimed performances of The Magic Flute, St John’s Chamber Orchestra’s returns with a fine programme including Mendelssohn’s dramatic and tuneful symphony and a pastoral evocation by Delius.
WHY? Meng Yang Pan brings her sublime touch to one of the greatest of Mozart’s concertos
£17 (£15 conc) (£5 under 16s)
Presented by Maidenhead Music Society.
Martin James Bartlett bowled over the nation when he won the BBC Young Musician competition in 2014. Since then he has debuted at the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall.
As part of the Chinese State visit in 2015, Martin performed a private concert for the First Lady of China. He also played at Her Majesty The Queen's 90th Birthday thanksgiving service in St. Paul's Cathedral.
Martin returns to Maidenhead for his third concert here when he will perform his latest programme.
J S Bach Partita No.2 in C minor, BWV.826
Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op.31 No.3 Interval
Enrique Granados El Amor y la Muerte
Prokofiev Sonata No.7 in B flat, Op.83
WHY? Don’t miss this chance to hear Britain’s finest new pianist
£17 (£5 under 16s)
The London Mozart Trio have gained a reputation as one of the leading chamber music ensembles through recordings, broadcasts on Radio 3 and recitals at major concert halls in London and continental Europe.
Haydn Trio in C Hoboken XV:27
Rachmaninov Trio Elegiaque in G minor
Dvorak Trio in F minor
WHY? Featuring Krzysztof Smietana (violin), Lionel Handy (cello) and Colin Stone (piano)
£14, Supporters £12
The first of four classical recitals that are taking place during our summer season.
Schubert 4 Impromptus, D.899
Liszt Nuages Gris: La Lugubre Gondola 1
Wager/Liszt Liebestod from Tristan une Isolde
Schubert Sonata in B flat, D.960
Joanna MacGregor’s epic programme opens with one of Schubert exquisite Impromptus and ends with his last and greatest Sonata. In between, there’s one of Liszt’s most celebrated transcriptions.
WHY? We welcome back international virtuoso Joanna MacGregor to launch the summer series of recitals featuring the music of Schubert and Liszt
£19 (£17 conc) (£5 under 16s)
The second of four classical recitals that are taking place during our summer season.
Schubert Sonata in A, D.664
Liszt Sonata in B minor
Schumann Davidsbundlertanze, Op.6
The young virtuoso Tamila Salimdjanova comes from Uzbekistan and has been a prizewinner at several major competitions. Her programme features a radiant Schubert sonata and one of Schumann’s finest and most ambitious sets of pieces.
WHY? The programme includes the greatest of all Liszt’s piano works
£16 (£14.50 conc) (£5 under 16s)
The third of four classical recitals that are taking place during our summer season.
Mahler Piano Quartet in A minor
Schubert/Liszt 2 Song transcriptions
Schubert Duo in A for violin and piano, D.574
Schubert Quintet in A (Trout)
No series celebrating Schubert would be complete without the Trout Quintet, one of the most entertaining chamber works ever composed. Liszt was a great admirer of Schubert, and made many elegant transcriptions of his songs for solo piano.
WHY? A rare chance to hear an early quartet movement by Mahler
£16 (£14.50) (£5 under 16s)
The fourth and final classical recital that rounds off our summer concert series.
Mozart Flute Quartet in D, K.285
Schubert 5 Songs
Schumann Adagio and Allegro for cello and piano
Liszt Elegie for cor anglais
Schubert Piano Trio in E flat, D.929
Regular collaborator Rebecca van den Berg contributes some Schubert Lieder, and Liszt is represented by a recently discovered fragment for cor anglais.
WHY? Our summer series featuring the music of Schubert and Liszt concludes with one of the greatest of all piano trios, Schubert’s majestic E flat
£16 (£14.50 conc) (£5 under 16s)