Together with other university concert programmes across the country, we are bringing our streamed events to a wider audience during this challenging time for music performance.
Our partner venues are Turner Sims (Southampton), Lakeside Arts (University of Nottingham) and Lancaster Arts. Together with these venues we’re delighted to offer audiences the following programme of online, streamed events:
Thursday 3 December, 7.30pm
Sarah Watts (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet) and Anne MacGregor (Piano)
An incredible programme from the Octagon Centre for University of Sheffield Concerts
A beautiful performance celebrating the versatility of the clarinet and piano, including works by Debussy, Vaughan Williams and Poulenc. Recorded at The Octagon Centre, this exclusive concert recording is an opportunity to see one of the UK’s finest clarinettists on high quality video here in Sheffield.
Sunday 6 December, 3pm
Ji Liu (Piano)
From Djanogly Theatre, for Lakeside Arts
At 30, Shanghai-born Ji Liu has performed on prestigious concert platforms worldwide, produced five chart-topping albums, and is as comfortable playing his own arrangements of pop songs as he is classical masterpieces.
Sunday 13 December, various times
Joanna MacGregor (Piano)
Three live streamed concerts from Turner Sims
Across three live streamed recitals distinguished British pianist Joanna MacGregor presents a personal selection of nine of the composer’s defining set of 32 piano sonatas. From the bold early Sonata No 3 dedicated to his teacher Haydn, to the ever-popular Moonlight, and concluding with the monumental and technically challenging final sonata, which Beethoven described as ‘not very difficult’. The day spans three decades of the composer’s life through music of great power, intimacy, and vision.
Tuesday 15 December, 7.30pm
Sam Staples (Violin) and Jonathan Ferrucci (Piano)
Musical Sigh: From Brahms to Pärt – Streamed live from Lancaster Priory
Sam and Jonathan are two exceptional chamber musicians who team up for a special recital of Arvo Pärt, Jean Sibelius and Johannes Brahms, a combination of composers not often performed live together. Catch these rising superstars while you can!
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