Scarlatti Sonatas in A Kp. 208 and 209
Beethoven Sonata in F Op. 10. No 2
Brahms Intermezzo Op. 118 No. 2
Chopin Waltzes Op. 64 Nos. 1-2, Waltzes Op. 69 Nos. 1-2, Fantasie Impromptu
Matteo began studying piano in his native Italy and, after moving to England, continued his studies privately with Nick Salwey and at the Junior Conservatoire of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He now studies with Roger Owens on the Hampshire Specialist Music Course at Peter Symonds. Alongside his solo repertoire, Matteo accompanies the College Choir and plays jazz piano in the College Big Band and in several smaller ensembles.
One of Britain’s best-loved novelists, Joanna Trollope is the author of 20 highly-acclaimed works of fiction. In a writing career that has spanned 40 years, she has been described as one of the most insightful chroniclers and social commentators writing fiction today.
In this talk, Joanna considers Jane Austen’s genius, the economic circumstances of her world and the realities and hardships of her life. She contrasts this to the working lives of the women in her latest novel, City of Friends, which was published earlier this year.
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Anton Arensky Quartet in A minor Op. 35
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A K. 581
The Primavera Ensemble has a flexible line-up of many talented chamber instrumentalists, including renowned clarinettist David Campbell. He will be to the fore in one of Mozart’s most popular works, which is paired with two delightful rarities. This is a programme guaranteed to charm the soul on a summer’s evening.