We start 2024 with the superb classical panist Ida Pelliccioli who is travelling from Paris to play for us. Ida Pelliccioli was born in Bergamo, Italy. She studied at the Nice Conservatoire de Région and at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. During her studies, Ida Pelliccioli was awarded several scholarships. Ida chose to avoid the international competition circuit and, before becoming a full-time pianist, received a double master diploma at the Sorbonne University – in Italian Literature and in Ancient Greek History. Ida tours internationally as well as teaching at Paris Conservatoire with a class of 35 students. We are thrilled that she is travelling from Paris especially to play for us in Tincleton. The programme will be D. Scarlatti, W.A. Mozart, M. Blasco de Nebra, and F. Schubert. The inspiration behind this programme is the forgotten music of Spanish composer from Sevilla, Manuel Blasco de Nebra (1750-1784). The heir to Scarlatti in many respects, he was moreover a composer well aware of what was happening elsewhere in Europe in the 1770s. His expressive world is far more searching than Scarlatti, a quality that sometimes reminds us of the music of Mozart and Haydn and pre announces Schubert and even Chopin.
Tincleton Gallery – 2024 – Concert programme Unless noted otherwise typically the same programme is played on both the Friday and the Saturday night. 23+24 Feb 2024 : Ida Pelliccioli; classical piano coming from Paris (D. Scarlatti, W.A. Mozart, M. Blasco de Nebra, and F. Schubert) Fri 15 Mar 2024 : Mike Denham (piano) with … Read more
Join us for this pre-Christmas solo piano treat from Duncan Honeybourne. He will play piano music with a Christmas theme and introduce us to his recent explorations of the music of German Romantic Woldemar Bargiel, the half-brother of Clara Schumann; and music by Kent housewife Jessy Reason (1878-1938), whose luxuriant and impressionistic music is currently being rediscovered and explored. The full programme is below, also with works by Robert Schumann, Anatoly Lyadov, Felix Mendelssohn, and Leopold Godowsky.
Duncan Honeybourne enjoys a diverse profile as a pianist and in music education. Following his concerto debuts at Symphony Hall, Birmingham, and the National Concert Hall, Dublin, he made recital debuts in London, Paris, and at international festivals in Belgium and Switzerland. Commended by International Piano magazine for his “glittering performances”, he has toured extensively in the UK, Ireland and Europe as soloist and chamber musician, appearing at many major venues and leading festivals. He has broadcast for over 20 years on BBC Radio 3 and more than 20 radio networks worldwide, including French, Swiss and Austrian Radio, ABC (Australia) and Radio New Zealand. Duncan has premiered over 70 new piano works and his many recordings reflect his long association with 20th and 21st century British piano music.
He teaches at the Royal Academy of Music Junior Academy, the University of Southampton and Sherborne School, and is Founder/Artistic Director of the Weymouth Lunchtime Chamber Concerts near his home in Dorset.
This will be a solo piano recital by Katharine Lam which will include Schubert’s last great sonata – Piano Sonata in Bb Major D.960 (amongst other works). On a number of occasions Katharine Lam has played at Tincleton Gallery, sometimes alongside Duncan Honeybourne and on other occasions solo as she will be again this June. … Read more
This concert by Madeleine Mitchell on violin with Motoki Hirai on piano is part of the UK-Japan Friendship Tour 2024 and after leaving us in Tincleton they will be touring Japan from the end of April performing in Tokyo, Kyoto, Nigata and other cities. Both are notable international musicians, with Madeline described by The Times as ‘one of the UK’s liveliest musical forces (and) foremost violinists’; whilst Motoki has performed in over 100 countries and the programme features premieres of two of his own compositions and arrangements. The programme features Beethoven Sonata No.10 op.96 and Grieg Sonata No. 3 in C Minor plus short pieces from Delius, Holst-Hirai, Hirai, and Elgar.
This concert will be performed by Francesca Maria Villani who is travelling to Tincleton from Bari in Italy. The concert programme is not yet finalised but will include : Scarlatti : Sonata K32, and Sonata K.87; J. Brahms : Klavierstucke op 76; M.Ravel : Parade. Francesca Maria Villani was born in Manduria, in the south … Read more
On Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October the Brazilian pianist Gilda Oswaldo Cruz will be playing for us in Tincleton. These days she lives primarily in Portugal and will be flying in from Lisbon especially to perform for us. Gilda is a Brazilian pianist, born in Rio de Janeiro, where she began her musical studies. … Read more
This will be quite a vigorous mix from pianist Milly Riquelme who will be joined some of the time on the Friday by her husband guitarist Tom Toomey, and on the Saturday by fellow Cuban pianist Ana Laura Manero. Milly will be playing Beethoven Sonata Pathetique op.13, some music by Ravel; Gershwin; some of cuban … Read more
Join us on Friday 23 & Saturday 24 June 2023 for concerts by Melissa Phelps (cello) & Caroline Palmer (piano), for a programme of two piano and cello sonatas and other pieces. Both are professors in London at either the Royal College of Music or the Guildhall School of Music & Drama who have splendid … Read more
Join us on Fri 21 April & Sat 22 April 2023 for two evenings of classical piano with Ronan Magill. Please note there is a different concert programme each evening – prepare to be blown away ! This former winner of the British International Piano Competition for Contemporary Music returns to Tincleton for two candlelight … Read more