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Schedule

October 2022

Leith Hill Place, UK

With Midori Komachi (violin)

Ralph Vaughan Williams 150th birthday concert

  • Vaughan WilliamsRomance & Pastorale
  • Vaughan Williams6 Studies in English Folk Song (nos. 4-6)
  • Vaughan WilliamsThe Lark Ascending
  • Vaughan WilliamsViolin Sonata in A minor

November 2022

Concert6th Nov | 18:30

Conway Hall Sunday Concerts, London, UK

With Anna Starushkevych (contralto) & the Jubilee Quartet
  • HaydnString Quartet in G, Op. 77 No. 1, Hob. III:81
  • SchubertDeath and the Maiden, D 531
  • SchubertString Quartet No. 14 in D minor, D 810 ‘Death and the Maiden’ (2nd mvt)
  • SchubertString Quartet in G, D 887
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Bedford School, UK

I'm very pleased to have been invited to be Bedford School Piano Fellow in the academic year 2022-23. I look forward to visiting the school to give recitals and masterclasses.

Associazione Musica In Chiesa, Lugano, Switzerland

With clíodna Shanahan (piano)
  • MozartPiano Duet Sonata in D, KV 381
  • TailleferreImage
  • SchubertFantasy in F minor, D 940
  • RavelMa mère l’Oye

Philharmonia Orchestra, UK

With Benjamin marquise Gilmore (violin) & Diego Incertis Sánchez (horn)
  • Ethel SmythTrio for violin, horn & piano (2nd mvt)
  • BrahmsHorn Trio in E♭, Op. 40

Lyrita, Cardiff Bay, UK

With the BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Stephen bell (conductor)

December 2022

Highgate International Chamber Music Festival, London, UK

With Rowan Atkinson (Speaker), Ben Gilmore (violin) & Ashok Klouda (cello)

Extracts from Schubert's letters read by Rowan Atkinson set alongside two of his most sublime works for piano trio

  • SchubertNotturno in E♭, D 897
  • SchubertTrio in B♭, D 898

Highgate International Chamber Music Festival, London, UK

With Zahra Benyounes (violin), Rosalind Ventris & Lena Fankhauser (viola), Ashok Klouda (cello) & Chi-Chi Nwanoku CBE (Double Bass)
  • Vaughan WilliamsPiano Quintet in C minor
  • MendelssohnSextet in D, Op. 110

Conway Hall Sunday Concerts, London, UK

With the Berkeley Ensemble
  • MozartTrio in E♭, KV 487 ‘Kegelstatt’
  • BrahmsClarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114
  • DohnányiSextet in C, Op. 37

Luton Music on Mondays

With the Berkeley Ensemble
  • BrahmsClarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114
  • DohnányiSextet in C, Op. 37

January 2023

Garrick Club, UK

  • BrahmsVariations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24
  • SchumannFantasie in C, Op. 17

February 2023

Octagon Music Society, UK

Piatti Ensemble

Three members of the distinguished Piatti Quartet join Steinway Artist and long-time collaborator Simon Callaghan to form a new ensemble: the Piatti Ensemble. In their first official season in this new formation, they present a programme of much-loved works from this rich repertoire: Mozart, thought to be the first who composed for this line-up, Brahms’ Hungarian-infused masterpiece, and Frank Bridge’s lesser-known but equally wonderful Phantasy Quartet.

  • MozartPiano Quartet in E♭, KV 493
  • BridgePhantasy Quartet in F♯ minor, H 94
  • BrahmsPiano Quartet in G minor, Op. 25

Norwich Chapel Concerts, UK

Piatti ENsemble
  • BridgePhantasy Quartet in F♯ minor, H 94
  • BrahmsPiano Quartet in G minor, Op. 25

St John's Smith Square, London, UK

  • BrahmsVariations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24
  • EnescuSuite No. 2, Op. 10 ‘Des cloches sonores’

Sidmouth Music, UK

  • BrahmsVariations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24
  • EnescuSuite No. 2, Op. 10 ‘Des cloches sonores’
  • SchumannFantasie in C, Op. 17

Balliol College Music Society, UK

  • BrahmsVariations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24
  • EnescuSuite No. 2, Op. 10 ‘Des cloches sonores’
  • SchumannFantasie in C, Op. 17

Clonter, UK

Piatti Ensemble
  • BrahmsPiano Quartet in G minor, Op. 25
  • SchubertQuintet in A, D 667 ‘Trout’


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