Concerts

Concerts suspended until further notice

Pianos at Tincleton Gallery

9 Sep 2020 – Overnight the government has announced changes in the Covid-19 regulations pertaining to England, restricting gatherings to six people until further notice. The indications are that this will be a relatively lengthy restriction.
Therefore for the time being we will again suspend concerts so as to comply with this change..

Fri 21 & Sat 22 August 2020 : Philip Clouts for impromptu jazz concert

Philip Clouts

We are going to run an impromptu unscheduled jazz concert with Philip Clouts now that a limited amount of Covid-19 relaxation has been permitted for indoor musical performance. Cape Town born pianist and composer Philip Clouts’ South African roots have inspired a voyage of discovery. In this solo setting Philip will be presenting his work in an intimate context, highlighting the wide variety of moods in the music, and will also be playing some ‘jazz standards’.

Musical notes in a time of coronavirus

The Old School House Tincleton from Cowpound Wood

Musical notes from Tincleton Gallery – in a time of coronavirus  – with CD recommendations from many of our musicians.
Dear art and music lovers,
We have been extremely busy here at The Old School House despite the CV-19 coronavirus pandemic…

Fri 19 & Sat 20 June 2020 : Giovanni Lonati on solo piano

Giovanni Lonnati

Anglo-Italian pianist, composer and choral singer Giovanni Lonati will visit Tincleton for the first time this year.  The 32-year-old pianist studied with Daniela Ghigino and Sasha Bajcic, attending Conserva­torio G. Verdi in Milan and Conservatorio S. Cecilia in Rome, obtaining a scholarship as the best graduate of 2014. The same year he was awarded the Premio Pianis­ti­co Regione Lazio. In 2011 he won a scholarship to the Sommerakademie at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.

Fri 22 & Sat 23 May 2020 : Philip Clouts for classical/jazz piano with Ron Phelan on double bass

Philip Clouts

Pianist Philip Clouts was born in Cape Town and has loved South African jazz from childhood. He had just finished his studies at Cambridge when he had an epiphany and he decided to concentrate on music, and specifically the South African jazz style that had followed him to London, where he set up the group Zubop. Bassist Ron Phelan studied bass in Dublin before moving to the UK. He has worked with some of the best musicians and performers in the country touring both nationally and internationally in projects ranging from jazz ensembles to large scale theatrical productions.