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Events

As well as our prac­tice rooms, we have a per­for­mance space in the base­ment area of the Lon­don shop,  which is avail­able for small con­certs, work­shops and pro­mo­tion­al events.

The times avail­able for hir­ing the space are Fri­day and Sat­ur­day evenings 6:30pm to 9:00pm, with use of our Stein­way Mod­el M stu­dio grand piano, and facil­i­ties for pro­vid­ing light refresh­ments to atten­dees if required. Seat­ing capac­i­ty is 45 under present dis­tanc­ing rec­om­men­da­tions.

The space is also avail­able on Sun­days (by arrange­ment) between 12:00 and 5:00pm.

To book an event or per­for­mance, or for oth­er enquiries, call +44 (0)20 7534 0710.

 

Upcoming Events


Sat­ur­day 8th Octo­ber 2022, 6:30pm
Peter Seivewright — Piano Recital

A recital focus­ing on music by Cor­nelius Cardew, Michael Chant, and Hugh Shrap­nel, per­formed by pianist Peter Seivewright and fea­tured on his forth­com­ing CD With a Mil­lion Songs, to be issued by the Divine Art Record­ings Group.

As far as is known, only sin­gle move­ments of Cardew’s Viet­nam Sonata were per­formed in the composer’s life­time. Here it is heard in its full three-move­ment ver­sion, as writ­ten.

The recital is being pre­sent­ed under the aus­pices of the Cor­nelius Cardew Con­certs Trust.

Pro­gram­me:
Kon­stan­tin Krys­tallis:  Sonata in G minor (Eng­lish pre­mière)
Cor­nelius Cardew:  Viet­nam Sonata (Full ver­sion, pre­mière); The Crop­py Boy
Hugh Shrap­nel: Kev­in Bar­ry; Climb­ing to Heights Pre­vi­ous­ly Unknown (Eng­lish pre­mières)
Michael Chant: Piano Sonata: Trans­for­ma­tions (Eng­lish pre­mire)

Tick­ets: £12.50 (£7.50 con­ces­sions) from Eventbrite and on the door
Artist infor­ma­tion: https://divineartrecords.com/artist/peter-seivewright/


Fri­day 14th Octo­ber 2022, 7:00pm
Susuma Oka­ji­ma — Vio­lin Recital

Pro­gram­me to be announced

 


Fri­day 4th Novem­ber 2022, 7.00pm
Silas Bas­sa — New Album SILAS Live Pre­sen­ta­tion

Argen­tini­an classical/crossover com­poser and pianist Silas Bas­sa presents orig­i­nal mate­ri­al from new album “SILAS”, his most per­son­al release to date, togeth­er with self-com­posed tracks from his pre­vi­ous releas­es “Oscil­la­tions” and “Dual­ità”, which were noticed for their fine­ness of inter­pre­ta­tion and range of reper­toire (Satie, Glass, Duck­worth, Cage, Gorecki, Rud­h­yar…)

As com­poser and live artist, Silas unfolds a fas­ci­nat­ing world, mod­ern yet time­less, med­i­ta­tive and full of fire. From sen­su­al rever­ie to com­bat­ive rage by way of inte­ri­or dia­logue, dance, dra­ma and fan­ta­sy, he explores the whole range of emo­tions and opens up poet­ic win­dows to the lis­ten­er. This new work is a sur­prise jour­ney, rid­dled with famil­iar land­scapes, lux­u­ri­ous or bar­ren, rich in con­trasts and depths.

Born in Argenti­na, Silas Bas­sa began his stud­ies at the age of five, mov­ing to Buenos Aires to study at the Con­ser­va­to­rio Nacional Supe­ri­or de Musi­ca with Aldo Anton­ganzzi from the age of 18. He cur­rent­ly resides in Paris, where he is study­ing with Monique Deschaussées, and con­tin­ues to per­form world­wide.

Tick­ets: £15 (£12 con­ces­sions) from Eventbrite and on the door. Doors open 6.30pm.

Artist infor­ma­tion and pre­views:    Spo­ti­fy   ¦   YouTube   ¦   San­ta Fe (track)   ¦   Apple Music   ¦   Face­book


Sat­ur­day 19th Novem­ber 2022, 7:00pm
David Brain — Piano Recital

Lon­don based pianist David Brain presents a pro­gram­me of strong­ly con­trast­ing works, begin­ning with a gen­er­ous slice of 1920s jazz in the guise of Gershwin’s Three Pre­ludes. High spir­its con­tin­ue with Schubert’s sonata, D.575, a rel­a­tive­ly ear­ly com­po­si­tion in the unusu­al key of B major, its ten­der slow move­ment strik­ing a slight­ly deep­er tone. The first half ends with one of the foun­da­tion stones of the Roman­tic reper­toire from Chopin’s full matu­ri­ty: the Fourth Bal­lade in F minor. Poulenc’s infre­quent­ly heard Nov­el­ettes fol­low inter­mis­sion; three works of con­sid­er­able mer­cu­ri­al charm and poignan­cy, a delight­ful mod­el in Clas­si­cal trans­paren­cy, the fourth in Haydn’s series of six “Ester­hazy” sonatas, Hob.XVI/24 in D major which fizzes with vivac­i­ty and inven­tion, its cen­tral move­ment uncov­er­ing unex­pect­ed solem­ni­ties. To con­clude, we are trans­port­ed to an envi­ron­ment of for­bid­ding coast­li­nes, crash­ing waves and shriek­ing gulls as Messiaen’s Curlew evok­ing all the graph­ic dra­ma of the nat­u­ral world.

Tick­ets: £15 (£10 con­ces­sions) from www.ticketsource.co.uk/david-brain-piano and on the door.


Sat­ur­day 3rd Decem­ber 2022, 7.00pm
Antho­ny Green — Con­tem­po­rary Piano Recital 

Pro­gram­me to be announced

 


Past Events


Sat­ur­day 10th Sep­tem­ber 2022, 7:00pm
Antho­ny Green — Con­tem­po­rary Piano Recital

 


Fri­day 12th August 2022
Flow­ers, Birds and Forests — Piano Recital by Dave Smith

 


Fri­day 24th June 2022
Susumu Oka­ji­ma — Vio­lin Soirée

 


Sat­ur­day 11th June 2022
Hywel Davies (vio­lin) and  Antho­ny Green (piano)

 


Fri­day 10th June 2022
Lon­don Piano Mee­tup Recital

 


Sun­day 29th May 2022
Alon Sariel — Bach on Lutes and Man­dolins

 


Fri­day 13th May 2022
Piano Recital — Dave Smith

 


Sat­ur­day 7th May 2022
21st Cen­tu­ry Music — Com­poser-Per­former Show­case

 


Fri­day 1st April 2022
Bet­ty Makharin­sky — Vocal Recital for Ukraine

 


Sat­ur­day 26th March 2022
Noah Max — Toc­cata Clas­sics CD Launch

 


Sat­ur­day 12th March 2022
David Brain — Piano Recital

 


Fri­day 4th March 2022
Lon­don Piano Cir­cle Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 4th Decem­ber 2021
Riman­tas Vin­gras

 


Sat­ur­day 20th Novem­ber 2021
Jake Allen

 


Sat­ur­day 13th Novem­ber 2021
Man­dolin + One — Nakyung Park (vio­la) and David Braid (composer/mandolin)

 


Sat­ur­day 6th Novem­ber 2021
Antho­ny Green — Vari­a­tions for Piano

 


Sat­ur­day 30th Octo­ber 2021
A Trib­ute to Julian Bream

 


Thurs­day 7th Octo­ber 2021
Flo­ri­an Leon­hard Instru­ment Con­sul­ta­tion Day

 


Sat­ur­day 15th Feb­ru­ary 2020
David Dree­bin (piano) and Guests

 


Sat­ur­day 8th Feb­ru­ary 2020
Lord Byron’s Grand Tour — Bet­ty Makharin­sky & Pavel Tim­o­feyevsky

 


Fri­day 7th Feb­ru­ary 2020, 7.00pm
Lon­don Piano Cir­cle — Mem­bers’ Recital

 


Sat­ur­day 11th Jan­u­ary 2020
Harp­si­chord Music by Eliz­a­beth Jacquet de la Guer­re

 


Fri­day 10th Jan­u­ary 2020
Dave Smith — On the Virtue of Flow­ers and Lat­in-Amer­i­can dances

 


Sat­ur­day 14th Decem­ber 2019
Antho­ny Green — Piano Recital

 


Fri­day 13th Decem­ber 2019
22nd Lon­don New Wind Fes­ti­val: Impro­vised Scores — New and 20th Cen­tu­ry Works in Graph­ic Nota­tion

 


Sat­ur­day 26th Octo­ber 2019
100th Anniver­sary of Pol­ish Inde­pen­dence — Tadashi Imai (piano)

 


Sat­ur­day 9th Novem­ber 2019
exile” — Songs for the Cit­i­zens of Nowhere

 


Fri­day 28th June 2019, 7:30pm
Con­tem­po­rary Vocal Music — Finnis­sy and Tay­lor Pre­mières

 


Sat­ur­day 6th July 2019, 7.00pm
Antho­ny Green: Piano Recital

 


Fri­day 19th July, 6.30pm
Chris Haigh Beginning Jazz Vio­lin Work­shop

 


Fri­day 21st June 2019, 6:30pm
Make Music Day — Rush Hour Con­cert

 


Fri­day 14th June 2019, 7:00pm
Album Launch — Veronika Shoot Jour­ney Through Child­hood

 


Fri­day 26th April 2019, 6.30pm
Dave Smith — “Pre-70th Birth­day” Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 16th March 2019, 7.00pm
Gui­tar Recital — Matthew Sear

 


Fri­day 22nd March 2019, 7.00pm
Tadashi Imai (piano) — Dances and Lyri­cism of Poland

 


Sat­ur­day 30th March 2019, 6.00pm
Soho Music School Spring Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 9th March 2019, 7.00pm
Piano Recital — Antho­ny Green

 


Fri­day 8th March 2019, 7.00pm
Cross-Con­ser­va­toire Com­posers’ Con­cert

 


Fri­day 1st March 2019, 7.00pm
Flo­ri­an Steininger — Con­tem­po­rary Piano Recital

 


Fri­day 8th Feb­ru­ary 2019, 6.15pm 
Lon­don Piano Cir­cle Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 2nd Feb­ru­ary 2019, 7.00pm
James Wel­burn — Pub­li­ca­tion Launch

 


Fri­day 1st Feb­ru­ary 2019, 6.30pm
CD Launch — Marc Blitzstein Piano Music

 


Sat­ur­day 26th Jan­u­ary 2019, from 6.00pm (doors open 5.30) 
Soirée Musi­cale with Yen-Pei Chen

 


Sun­day 16th Decem­ber 2018, 5.00pm
Stu­dents Piano Con­cert

 


Fri­day 14th Decem­ber 2018, 7.00pm
An Evening of Rus­sian Music — Piano and Voice

 


Sat­ur­day 8th Decem­ber 2018, 7.00pm
An Evening with Two Pianos

 


Fri­day 23rd Novem­ber at 7.30 pm
Tim Richards, Jazz, Lat­in and Mod­ern Col­lec­tion

 


Sat­ur­day 24th Novem­ber 2018, 7.00pm 
Icons of Sound & Mem­o­ry with Siob­han Mooney and Veronika Ret­tich

 


Fri­day 30th Novem­ber 2018, 7.00pm
Piano Cubano CD Launch — Yamile Cruz Mon­tero

 


Sat­ur­day 3rd Novem­ber 2018, 7.00pm
Autumn Piano Recital — Clas­si­cal Roman­tic and Mod­ern

 


Sat­ur­day 20th Octo­ber 2018, 7.30pm 
Clare and David Lesser — Con­tem­po­rary Vocal Music

 


Fri­day 19th Octo­ber 2018, 6.30pm
Susumu Oka­ji­ma and Piano Trio: Music by Debussy, Shostakovich and Oth­ers

 


Fri­day 14th Sep­tem­ber 2018, 6.30pm
Dave Smith (piano) — 10th Piano Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 8th Sep­tem­ber 2018, 7.30pm
Con­tem­po­rary Music for Clar­inet and Piano

 


Thurs­day 12th July 2018, 7.00pm
Ste­fan Cas­somenos — Con­tem­po­rary Piano Recital

 


Fri­day July 13th 2018, 7.00pm
An Oper­at­ic Jour­ney: Tina Gel­nere (mez­zo) and Olivia Moss (sopra­no)

 


Sat­ur­day 14th July 2018, 6.30pm
CD Launch — David Hack­bridge-John­son on Toc­cata Clas­sics

 


Fri­day 20th July 2018, 7.00pm
David Dree­bin and Friends: Clas­si­cal Piano and Vocal Recital


Sat­ur­day 21st July 2018, 7.00pm
Icons of Sound & Mem­o­ry with Siob­han Mooney

 


Sat­ur­day 28th July 2018, from 5.30pm
Soirée Musi­cale with Yen-Pei Chen

 


Sat­ur­day 7th July 2018, 7.00pm
Piano Recital — Antho­ny Green

 


Fri­day 29th June 2018, 6.30pm
Soirée de Vio­lon — Susumu Oka­ji­ma

 


Fri­day 8th June 2018, 7.00pm
The Clas­si­cal Clavi­chord, in memo­ri­am Christo­pher Hog­wood, CBE

 


Fri­day 15th June 2018, 7.00pm
The Schu­bert of the Pam­pas, with Lil­ia Sal­sano (piano)

 


Sat­ur­day 16th June 2018, 4.00pm
Lon­don Sax­o­phone School Sum­mer Col­lec­tion

 


Sat­ur­day 16th June 2018, 7.00pm
Soho Music School Sum­mer Con­cert

 


Sat­ur­day 23rd June 2018, 6.30pm
Piano Work­shop — Saman­tha Ward

 


Sat­ur­day 21st April 2018, 7.00pm, recep­tion from 6.30pm
Granville Ban­tock: A Musi­cal Wan­der­er — Book Launch

 


Fri­day 27th April 2018, 7.00pm
Hanseat­ic Reflec­tions: Sonatas for Oboe, Recorder, Gam­ba and Harp­si­chord

 


Sat­ur­day 14th April 2018, 7.00pm
Land­scapes and Fan­tasi­as — Antho­ny Green (piano)

 


Sat­ur­day 7th April 2018, 6.30pm
Dave Smith — Piano Pre­miere and Oth­er Pieces

 


Fri­day 16th March 2018, 6.30pm
Susumu Oka­ji­ma — Vio­lin Soirée