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Regent Hall Spring Brass Festival - Jasmin Ghera (trumpet) / Julian Chan (piano)

When
Friday March 22, 2024 at 15:00
Where
Regent Hall (The Salvation Army), London
Tickets
Free admission – no ticket required

  1. Concerto for bassoon and orchestra K.191/186e - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arranged for trumpet and orchestra by Sergei Nakariakov
  2. 2nd movement: Siciliano, from Sonata for flute and keyboard No 2 in E flat BWV 1031 - Johann Sebastian Bach
  3. Sonata for cello and piano No 2 in D major Op.58 - Felix Mendelssohn, arranged for trumpet and piano by Daniel-Ben Pienaar and Jonathan Freeman-Attwood

Regent Hall Spring Brass Festival 2024

Jasmin Ghera is an Italian trumpet player from Sardinia, where she achieved her bachelor’s degree in Trumpet Performance in 2017.

In 2022, she achieved the highest grade, 6/6, in her master’s in Music Interpretation at the Lausanne High School of Music (HEMU). Since November 2022, she has been working towards her Professional Diploma at the Royal Academy of music in London.

Jasmin enjoys performing in solo recitals and she has already performed in numerous venues in Sardinia as well as in the Vatican museums of Rome, in the Opening Concert of the 31st International Music Festival in Prague and with the Bristol Ensemble.

Between June and August 2022, Jasmin joined the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester (GMJO) for the Salzburg Festival, conducted by Teodor Currentzis. In September 2022, she collaborated with the OCL (Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne). She also played with the Discanto European Orchestra, Ente Concerti Marialisa de Carolis, Orchestra Jazz della Sardegna, wind orchestra of Lorenzo della Fonte.

Rapidly developing a reputation as one of the most innovative pianists of his generation, Julian Chan has given performances at a number of prestigious venues across the UK, including Wigmore Hall, Southbank Centre, St John’s Smith Square, and the Sheldonian Theatre. Performing music by a particularly diverse range of composers, he has given alluring recitals featuring works by figures from Sweelinck to Messiaen, from Alkan to Rzewski, unifying these various styles in a captivating manner. A passionate composer and performer of new music, Julian has collaborated with eminent composers such as Howard Skempton, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Hans Abrahamsen, Deborah Pritchard, Michael Berkeley, and Peter Seabourne.

Recently, Julian was awarded First Prize and Sonata Prize at the Nanyang International Music Competition, Singapore, Second Prize at the Jazeps Vitols International Piano Competition, Latvia, First Prize at the Norah Sande Award, and First Prize at the Coulsdon and Purley Festival with his performance of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No 3.

Julian is currently recipient of the Ronald and Rita McAulay Award at the Royal Academy of Music, where he studies with Ian Fountain and Michael Dussek. He had his first book of compositions published at age 6, earning him the title of Malaysia’s Youngest Composer.


Venue
Regent Hall (The Salvation Army)
275 Oxford Street
London
London
W1C 2DJ
England


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