Fri 21 & Sat 22 Oct 2022 : Rosemary Tuck for classical piano

Rosemary Tuck
Rosemary Tuck

On the Friday 21 October and Saturday 22 October 2022 the Australian-born pianist Rosemary Tuck will be playing in Tincleton Gallery for the first time. The full programme is below and includes Chopin, Ravel, Liszt and Ginastera amongst others.

Internationally acclaimed for her vibrant artistic command, Sydney born pianist Rosemary Tuck reflects her broad musical interests in programs of wide-ranging scope and imagination.

She has appeared worldwide in concerts at Carnegie Hall, the Sydney Opera House, National Concert Hall in Dublin, the South Bank Center, Wigmore Hall and St Johns Smith Square in London, and the Aarhus Musikhuset where she appeared live on Danish Television in the presence of Queen Margrethe II.

Rosemary gave the first official performance in the William Vincent Wallace Millennium Plaza in Waterford, Ireland, and her many acclaimed recordings of Wallace’s music include a Critics Choice in Gramophone Magazine.

Since a concert together in 2004, she has worked closely with Richard Bonynge AC, CBE, as both soloist with orchestra and collaborative pianist. They performed with the Southbank Sinfonia for the Wallace Bicentennial Celebrations in 2012, and since 2015 have been recording a series of piano concerti by Carl Czerny with the English Chamber Orchestra for Naxos, all of which have featured in the UK Specialist Classical Charts. The latest disc, which includes Czerny’s Second Grand Concerto, was chosen as one of Musicweb International’s Recordings of the Year 2020. Rosemary has also recorded music by Ketelbey (a CD of the Week on Scala Radio during 2021) and Lyadov.

Rosemary was Artistic Director and pianist for Richard Bonynge’s 90th Birthday Gala, which premiered in September of 2020.

During 2021 Australian composer Andrew Schultz wrote Rosemary his first piano concerto – a major work in two movements In Memoriam to Richard Meale.

She has been a Steinway artist since 2009.


Beethoven/Czerny: Adelaide Fantasia

Wendy Hiscocks: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn – Caprice

Ravel: Miroirs
Oiseaux tristes
Une barque sur l’Ocean

Liszt: Venezia e Napoli


Liszt: Liebestraum No. 3

Chopin: Nocturne in Dflat Op. 9 No. 1
Etude in c minor Op 25 No. 12 “The Ocean”
Polonaise in C# minor, Op. 26 No. 1

Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas
Danza del viejo boyero
Danza de la moza donosa
Danza del gaucho matrero


Special terms : due to Covid-19 will apply, approximately as follows, though we reserve the right to update them:

– Pre booking and prepayment only. All guests must give contact etc details.

– Seating will be allocated by us in advance. We will flex exact mix depending on demand and any constraints. Ask quickly if you have a larger party.

– We will give refunds if we need to cancel the concert for whatever reason. We will not refund if you need to cancel as that would disadvantage the musician(s), unless we can resell your seat.

– You must respect our Covid social distancing requirements, which will in turn comply with Government requirements. For the time being this means that no particular restrictions are anticipated unless Covid restrictions are reintroduced by Government.

– As usual drinks & nibbles will be served, but exactly how and where will depend on the weather.

– All concerts start playing at 8pm. Please arrive after 7:30pm.

– Tickets £15 each.

– To order tickets please email Tincleton Gallery or call Tincleton Gallery on 01305 848909