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Tasmin Little (violin) and Piers Lane (piano) play Schubert

When
Wednesday April 2, 2014 at 19:00
Where
Royal Over-Seas League, London
Tickets
£22 for members of Medical Music Society of London and Friends of ROSL Arts, or £48 including post-concert buffet supper. Non-members: £28, or £56 including post-concert buffet supper. All prices include interval drink.
Phone for tickets: 07925 885601
Other Sources: ROSL Arts, Royal Over-Seas League
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  1. Sonata (Sonatina) for Violin and Piano in D D384 - Franz Schubert
  2. Sonatina for Violin and Piano in A minor Op posth 137 No 2, D385 - Franz Schubert
  3. Sonatina for Violin and Piano in G minor D408, Op 137 No 3 - Franz Schubert
  4. Fantasie for Violin and Piano in C D934 - Franz Schubert

We're delighted to welcome the celebrated violinist Tasmin Little and pianist Piers Lane to our concert series. Tasmin Little is one of the most sought after violinists of her generation, with a distinguished international career. She has appeared with all the world's major orchestras including the Berlin Philharmonic, BBC Symphony and Concertgebouw, and at all the major British and international music festivals. In June 2012, Tasmin Little was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Birthday Honours List, for services to music. Her discography reflects her wide-ranging repertoire and includes twenty-five recordings, ranging from Bruch and Brahms to Karlowicz and Arvo Pärt. Her recording of all the four Delius Violin Sonatas with Piers Lane won the prized Diapason d'Or. In March 2009 she released the disc 'Partners in Time', her follow-up to The Naked Violin, and in Autumn 2010 her long-awaited recording of the Elgar violin concerto was released on the Chandos label to unanimous critical acclaim. The recording celebrated the 100th anniversary of the concerto’s premiere and included a re-creation of a special version of the accompanied cadenza. Tasmin won the much-coveted 'Critic's Choice' award for the Elgar disc at the May 2011 Classic BRIT Awards Ceremony. Tasmin Little is an Ambassador for The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts, is a Fellow of the Guildhall of Music and Drama, is President of ESTA (European String Teachers Association), an Ambassador for Youth Music, and has received Honorary Degrees from the Universities of Bradford, Leicester, Hertfordshire and City of London. In 2009, she received a prestigious Gold Badge Award for services to music. She plays a 1757 Guadagnini violin and has, on kind loan from the Royal Academy of Music, the 'Regent' Stradivarius of 1708.

London-based Australian pianist Piers Lane has a flourishing international career, which has taken him to more than forty countries. Highlights of the past few years have included a sold-out performance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Alexander Verdernikov at London’s Royal Festival Hall, concerto performances at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall, a three-recital series entitled Metamorphoses and other performances for the London Pianoforte series at Wigmore Hall and five concerts for the opening of the Recital Centre in Melbourne. Five times soloist at the BBC Proms in London’s Royal Albert Hall, Piers Lane’s wide-ranging concerto repertoire exceeds eighty works and has led to engagements with many of the world’s great orchestras including the BBC and ABC orchestras; the Aarhus, American, Bournemouth and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestras; the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Kanazawa Ensemble, Orchestre National de France, City of London Sinfonia, and the Royal Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Warsaw Philharmonic orchestras among others. Leading conductors with whom he has worked include Andrey Boreyko, Sir Andrew Davis, Richard Hickox, Andrew Litton, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jerzy Maxymiuk, Maxim Shostakovich, Vassily Sinaisky, Yan Pascal Tortelier and Antoni Wit. His 2007 performance of Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Pietari Inkinen received the Limelight Magazine Award for Best Orchestral Performance in Australia. Festival appearances have included, among others, Aldeburgh, Bard, Bergen, Cheltenham, Como Autumn Music, Consonances, La Roque d’Anthéron, Newport, Prague Spring, Ruhr Klavierfestival, Schloss vor Husum and the Chopin festivals in Warsaw, Duszniki-Zdroj, Mallorca and Paris. He is also Artistic Director of the annual Myra Hess Day at the National Gallery in London. In 2009, he collaborated with actress Patricia Routledge on a theatre piece devised by Nigel Hess, exploring Dame Myra’s work throughout World War II. This performance, Admission: One Shilling, has been given many times including at the RSM Music Society.


Venue
Royal Over-Seas League
St James's Street
London
London
SW1A 1LR
England
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