Music for Nepal
13th June 2015, 6 pm
Nafis Umerkulova (piano) and Lucas Jordan (flute)
St Mark's Hamilton Terrace, NW8 9UT
Nicola Benedetti with London International Chamber Orchestra
Nicola Benedetti returned to the King's Church in Amersham (HP6 6LX) on Saturday 25th April 7.30 pm to play with London International Chamber Orchestra. The programme is Glazunov's Violin Concerto and Schubert's "Unfinished" symphony.
From Bach to Balkans
Join us for an evening of Classical and Balkan Folk Music performed by some of the foremost young professional musicians from across Europe.
Evelyne Berezovsky (piano)
Felix Froshhammer (violin)
Michael Petrov (cello)
Srdjan Vuksinovich (accordion)
Tashko Tasheff (double bass)
Bach: Concerto in D-minor (arr. for piano and accordion)
Rachmaninoff: Variations on a theme of Corelli (piano solo)
Rachmaninoff': Trio Elegiaque (piano, violin and cello)
Bartok: Romanian Dances (arr. piano, violin and double bass)
Brahms: Hungarian Dances (arr. accordion)
Balkan Folk Music: Arrangements (piano, accordion, violin, cello, double bass)
BELSIZE ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES
29th June 4 pm, St Peter's Church - Young Pianists in Recital
Pupils of Belsize
Music Academy aged 5-17 perform a varied programme of piano works from Bach to Rachmaninoff.
La Mer Trio recital.
29th March , 7.30 pm, St Peter's Church
Renate Sokolovska – Flute, Maja
Wegrzynowska – Viola, Hannah Stone – Harp
Programme to include Bax, Telemann,
Takemitsu, Ravel, Debussy. Tickets £10,
End of term concert.
23 March 4 pm, St Peter's Church
Pupils of Belsize Music Academy aged 5-17 perform gems of piano repertoire.
Pianist Nafis Umerkulova plays Beethoven, Chopin and Scriabin.
15th March 2104 4 pm, St Peter's Church NW3
Dry run prior to her appearance at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
Young musicians perform works of different styles and epochs - from JS Bach to Scriabin.
1st December St. Peter's Church NW3
Soloists Philharmonia conducted by Peter Limonov
23rd November, 7pm, St Peter's Church NW3
The programme includes Concertos for Piano and Orchestra by
Grieg and Ravel. It's a London debut of young Japanese pianists Erika Kobayashi and Kana Ito.
An evening of Ballet & Music at
the Cadogan Hall at 7.30pm on November 15th.
It celebrates the music
of Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Chopin with
and is a fundraising event aiming to bring ballet
and classical music
the children from underpriviledged backgrounds.
On this special occasion we join forces with London Russian
Ballet School. Our young pianists will accompany the dancers and perform solo
pieces by Chopin, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff. The concert also
features a talented 19-year old soprano Betty Makharinsky and a concert
pianist Sergey Basukinsky.
Our orchestra, London
Soloists Philharmonia, conducted
by Peter Limonov, will accompany the young dancers in the second half (Les Sylfides, or Chopiniana).
Chamber Music Recital
31st August 2013 - 19:30
Sokolovska (flute), Peter Limonov (piano) and Peteris Sokolovskis
(cello) perform works by Debussy, Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, Villa Lobos
Admission: £10 and £5 (consessions)
Friends of the Belarusian Children's Hospice
6th July 2013, 7:30pm
The programme includes Brahms's Third Sonata for Violin and Piano, performed by Kristine Balanas
and Evelyne Berezovsky
, and Beethoven's "Eroica" symphony, performed by the Academy Soloists Orchestra.
Belsize Music Academy Showcase Concert
23 June 2013, 4pm
Following their performance at the Rossotrudnichestvo, our young pupils will perform works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin.
Belsize Music Academy End of Term Concert
24 March 2013, 4pm
Academy pupils performed works by Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin,
Prokofiev and Grieg and were joined in this concert by three
exceptionally gifted young concert pianists - Sergey Basukinsky, Petr Limonov and Mark
Viner. They presented works by three great Romantics - Schumann,
Chopin and Liszt.
Sasha Grynyuk - piano recital.
16 March 2013, 7:30 pm
Pärt -Für Alina
Schumann - Kinderszenen, op.15
Mozart - Piano Sonata in A Major, K.331
Bach, Gershwin, Scriabin - 10 Preludes
Gulda - 5 works from "Play piano Play"
Sergei Prokofiev - "Peter and the Wolf"
10th March 2013, 4pm
Narrated and performed by Craig White and Pavel Timofejevsky.13 January 2013 4 pm
Pavel Timofejevsky performs Tchaikovsky's "The Seasons" and Debussy's "Suite Bergamasque"9 December 2012 4 pm:
A celebration of viennese music: from Haydn and Beethoven to Schoenberg.Karim Said
launched an international career touring Berg’s Chamber Concerto with
his mentor Daniel Barenboim, a great advocate of the Second Viennese
School himself. In this programme, Karim explores and introduces the solo music of both ‘’Viennese Schools’’ in the context of a broader recital programme.8th December 2012 7:30 pm:
Schubert and Mozart by Candlelight
Schubert: Quintet in C major, D. 956
Benjamin Baker (violin)
Agata Darashkaite (violin)
Rosalind Ventris (viola)
Michael Petrov (cello)
Peteris Sokolovskis (cello)Mozart: Symphony no. 40 in G minor, K. 550
Academy Soloists Orchestra
Conductor - Petr Limonov
famous Quintet in C major - arguably the greatest chamber music
composition ever written - is followed by Mozart's greatly admired
Symphony No. 40, described by Charles Rosen as "a work of passion,
violence and grief"
2 December 2012 4 pm:
3rd November 2012: Violin and Piano recital
Young Pianists in Recital - End of Year Concert
Pupils of Belsize Music Academy aged 8 – 16 perform Prokofiev’s
cycle “Music for the Young” and works by Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Glinka, Tchaikovsky
Outstanding young musicians Litsa Tunnah
(violin) and Petr Limonov
(piano) play sonatas by Beethoven, Ravel and Prokofiev. Beethoven's
Kreutzer Sonata, perhaps the most famous of all violin sonatas, is
followed by Ravel's jazz-influenced Sonata in G major and Prokofiev's
masterpiece, his beautiful Sonata no.2 in D major.14th October 2012
: Chopin and His Idols
is dedicated to exploring the influences of Bach and Mozart on Chopin's
music. Pupils of the Belsize Music Academy join professional musicians
and actors to create a production based on the script by Anthony
Phillips, translator of Prokofiev's Diaries. The programme includes
works by Bach and Mozart, two composers Chopin held in the highest
esteem, as well as his famous Mazurkas, Nocturnes, Waltzes and the great
Barcarolle.30th September 2012: Journey through the centuries. Viktor and Stanislav Hvartchilkov (classical guitar)
guitarists - brothers Viktor and Stanislav Hvartchilkov - present
classical guitar repertoire in different styles to be enjoyed by both
children and adults.29th September 2012
: Piano recital.
Celebrated pianist Alexei Grynyuk
who recently appeared on the BBC Proms plays a programme of Chopin and
Liszt. Chopin's Polonaise, Nocturnes and Mazurkas are followed by
Liszt's great B minor Sonata and Horowitz's transcription of Liszt's
Hungarian Rhapsody no.28th July 2012
, 5pm - Belsize Chamber Orchestra perform works by Haydn and Mozart.7th July 2012
, 1pm - Gagliano Ensemble
perform Mozart and Brahms piano quartets.7th July 2012
, 7:30pm - Gala concert: Winners of international piano
competitions Petr Limonov, Mark Viner, Alexander Ullman and Evelyne
Berezovsky perform works of Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Alkan,
Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. 1st July 2012,
4:30pm - Young pianists in recital17th June 2012
, 2-5pm - Open Masterclass with Pavel Timofejevsky-------------------------------------------------------
Concerts for families with young children (0-3 years) in partnership with Classical Babies - every Wednesday 2pm