2 – 14 July
Joint exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by Catherine Barnes and Daphne Casdagli, with a programme of music recitals throughout the fortnight.
“Music has always been part of my life as much as art. I had piano lessons and sang in choirs. However, it became clear to me that art and the history of art required full time commitment.
To be able to combine music recitals with an exhibition shared with a friend in a venue beautiful in itself and with marvellous acoustics is a joy, a unique joy. My thanks to the Oxmarket staff and team for enabling this combination to happen.
Daphne Casdagli and I have a large space, with the John Rank Gallery, the Wilson Studio and the lobby for our combined show. Paintings, drawings and prints will surround the 1910 Bechstein piano so audiences will be able to enjoy the concerts we are promoting, perhaps dwelling on the works exhibited, thus receiving a dual aesthetic experience.”
8th May 2019
Recital Schedule in the Oxmarket promoted by the artists.
Thursday 4th July 12.30 Tickets £10.00 Students free at the door.
Jacquelyn Fugelle (soprano) & Christopher Johnston (piano)
Song Recital. International soprano Jacquelyn Fugelle is joined by pianist Christopher Johnston in a recital including songs by:
Maurice Ravel: “Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques”, 1904
Spanish songs by Joachim Rodrigo: “Cuatro Madrigales Amatorios” , 1947
songs by Samuel Barber,
Jonathan Dove: “Five Am’rous Sighs” 1997
Friday 5th July 19.30 Tickets £12.00 Students free at the door.
Angela Zanders (piano)
The recital will include works by Rachmaninov, Berg, and Cecilia McDowall, as well as Lili Boulanger, Debussy, Ravel and Poulenc. Angela has performed throughout the UK and Europe as soloist, accompanist and chamber musician. www.angelazanders.com
Prelude in G Minor Op 23 no.5 Sergei Rachmaninov
Prelude in D Major Op 23 no. 4
Sonata Op 1 Alban Berg
Vespers in Venice Cecilia McDowall
Trois Morceaux Lili Boulanger
‘D’un Vieux Jardin’
‘D’un Jardin Clair’
Mèlancholie Francis Poulenc.
Jeux D’eau Maurice Ravel
‘La Cathédral Engloutie’ Claude Debussy
Saturday 6th July 19.30 Tickets £12.00 Students free at the door.
John Law (piano)
“One of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists” (International Piano Magazine) presenting original compositions and new versions of tunes from the jazz repertoire, merging classical sensitivity and form with jazz harmonies and rhythm. www.johnlaw.org
Sunday 7th July 16.00 Tickets Free
Christopher Johnston and pupils (piano) Chichester University graduate Christopher Johnston, piano, will perform works by Russian jazz composer Nikolai Kapustin and showcase performances by a selection of his talented young pupils. Suitable for children and adults.
Wednesday 10th July 19.30 Tickets £15.00 Students free at the door
Joseph Spooner (cello) and David Owen Norris (piano) “Views of England”
Cellist Joseph Spooner and pianist, composer and broadcaster David Owen Norris consider England through the ears of familiar and less well-known composers, with exquisite song-settings, folk melodies, and a grandiose Romantic sonata. www.josephspooner.net www.davidowennorris.com
Duo Concertante Arthur Sullivan
Song transcriptions Roger Quilter
Troper Fragment Martin Read
L’amour de Moy Roger Quilter
Two Folk Songs William Alwyn
Gentle Maiden Cyril Scott
Song without Words Felix Mendelssohn
Sonata no.1. Percy Sherwood.
Thursday 11th July 12.30 Tickets £10.00 Students free at the door.
Sylvia Ellison Harpsichord recital
Sylvia, a Southampton University and Royal College of Music graduate, will be bringing her modern double manual harpsichord and comparing it with the Oxmarket’s 1910 Bechstein piano in a recital including works by Scarlatti and Bach.
JS Bach Prelude and Fugue in Eb
Orlando Gibbons Lord Salisbury’s Pavan & Galliard
William Byrd The Carman’s Whistle
Byrd/Dowland Pavana Lachrymae
CPE Bach Sonata in A minor [fur Kenner und Liebhaber]
Domenico Scarlatti Sonata 22 in D
Martinu Lento from 2 pieces for harpsichord
Anon My Lady Carey’s Dompe
Thomas Tomkins The Hunting Galliard
Thomas Morley Nancie
Giles Farnaby Fantasia
JS Bach Prelude and Fugue in G
Thursday 11th July 19.30 Tickets £12.00 Students free at the door.
Michael Sullivan (violin) Graham Elliott (cello) + Nicholas Gleed (piano) Trio
Nicholas Gleed (piano) is joining the long-established chamber music partnership of Graham Elliott (cello) and Michael Sullivan (violin). Performing piano trios by Haydn and Mozart, culminating in Beethoven’s “Archduke” Trio,
Piano trio by Haydn in D Hob. XV:24
Mozart Trio in G K496,
Beethoven “Archduke” Trio Op. 97
Friday 12th July 12.30 Tickets £10.00 Students free at the door.
Tom Bullard (baritone) & piano accompanist
Tom returns to perform Schubert’s best loved lieder. A rare opportunity to hear, solo, a singer with London Voices (Berio, Proms), Synergy Vocals (MacMillan), Tenebrae, Opera up Close, and the Swingle Singers. www.tombullard.net. With piano accompaniment.
Die schöne Müllerin 1823 Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828)
Daphne Casdagli, On the Road to Lairg – Drypoint – 84x49cm
Daphne Casdagli, Strathy Bay