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December 2011
 
CZECH REPUBLIC
 
Thursday
22nd Dec
19:30
PRAGUE , Czech Republic
CONCERT was CANCELLED because of Václav Havel's death.
 
 
Rudolfinium, Prague
Venue: Dvorak Hall,
Rudolfinium, Prague, Czech Republic.

More details and Box Office on the
Czech Philhamonic Orchestra website.

We shall advise new date when known.

Piers plays

BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’

with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra / Petr Altrichter

Programme:
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’
MARTINŮ: Intermezzo H 330
TCHAIKOVSKY: The Nutcracker, Suite from the ballet

 
Wednesday
21st Dec
19:30
PRAGUE , Czech Republic
CONCERT was CANCELLED because of Václav Havel's death.
 
 
Dvorak Hall,
Rudolfinium, Prague
Venue: Dvorak Hall,
Rudolfinium, Prague, Czech Republic.

More details and Box Office on the
Czech Philhamonic Orchestra website.

Prelude to the evening concert at Suk Hall of the Rudolfinum from 18:30

We shall advise new date when known.

Piers plays

BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’

with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra / Petr Altrichter

Programme:
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’
MARTINŮ: Intermezzo H 330
TCHAIKOVSKY: The Nutcracker, Suite from the ballet

 
UK
 
Wednesday
14th Dec
19:00
LONDON, UK
Past Event
 
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Stree, London W.1G 0AE
Promoter: RSM Music Society

6.30 pm Registration
7.00 pm Performance
8.00 pm End of performance followed by a wine reception
8.30 pm Buffet dinner for those who have pre-booked Meeting ref: MUC01
ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann
 
USA
 
Sunday
11th Dec
14:00
NEW YORK , USA
Parallel Lives: Liszt and Busoni Past Event
 
 
Carnegie Hall,
Stern Auditorium , N.Y.
Venue: Carnegie Hall,
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage,
881 7th Ave New York, 10019,
United States


Carnegie Hall website link

Piers plays

BUSONI: Piano Concerto

with the American Symphony Orchestra / Leon Botstein

Programme:
BUSONI: Piano Concerto
LISZT: A Faust Symphony

 
November 2011
 
UK
 
Saturday
26th Nov
19:30
DARTFORD, Kent, UK
Past Event
 
 
The Orchard Theatre,
Dartford
Venue: The Orchard Theatre,
Dartford, Kent.

RPO website / Booking Link
Piers plays

BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’

with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Grzegorz Nowak

Programme:
MENDELSSOHN: Hebrides Overture
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No.5, ‘Emperor’
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No.5
 
Friday
25th Nov
19:30
LOWESTOFT, Suffolk, UK
Past Event
 
 
Marina Theatre,
Lowestoft
Venue: Marina Theatre,
Lowestoft, Suffolk.

RPO website / Booking Link

Piers plays

GRIEG: Concerto in A minor

with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Grzegorz Nowak

Programme:
MENDELSSOHN: Hebrides Overture
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No.6, 'Pastoral'


 
Tuesday
22nd Nov
19:00
LONDON
Past Event
 
Goldsmiths' Hall, London.

Venue: Goldsmiths' Hall, London.

Information from the
City Music Society website.
Piers plays

BACH/GRAINGER: Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV565
CHOPIN: Nocturnes Op. 55 No. 1 in F minor;
No. 2 in E flat; Op. 62 No. 1 in B; No. 2 in E
LISZT: Venezia e Napoli; Gondoliera; Canzone; Tarantella
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A, D959
 
Wednesday
16th Nov
19:30
CAMBRIDGE, UK
Past Event
 
West Road Concert Hall
Cambridge
Venue: West Road Concert Hall,
11 West Rd, Cambridge CB3 9DP

Information on West Road Concert Hall website.
Piers plays

CHOPIN: Complete Valses
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A, D 959
 
Saturday
12th Nov
19:45
IPSWICH, Suffolk, UK
Past Event
 
 
New Wolsey Theatre
Ipswich
Venue: New Wolsey Theatre,
Civic Drive, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 2AS


Further Theatre Information
and Booking Link
Piers plays:

CHOPIN:
Waltzes Op 34 Nos 1,2,3
Op 64 Nos 1,2,3
Op Post in e minor

SCHULTZ--EVLER:
Concert Arabesques Beside the Beautiful Blue Danube

- INTERVAL -
 
   
ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach.
 
Friday
11th Nov
19:30
PUTNEY, London, UK
Past Event
 
 
All Saints Church Putney

Venue: All Saints Church, Putney

Programme Notes
to be published mid-July

 

see website

All Saints' Music Festival 2011

Programme:
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A major D959

- INTERVAL -

CHOPIN: Nocturnes Op 9 No 1 in Bb minor
No 2 in Eb major Op 15
No 2 in F sharp major Op 62
No 1 in B major No 2 in E major
Op Post in c sharp minor

Waltzes Op 64 No 1 in Db major (the 'Minute')
No 2 in C sharp minor
No 3 in Ab major Op Post in e minor
 
October 2011
 
New Zealand
 

Sunday

30th Oct
15:00
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand
Past Event
 
 
Middleton Grange Performing Arts Centre, Christchurch, NZ
Concert for:
Chamber Music New Zealand

Venue: 50 Acacia Avenue, Middleton, Christchurch, N.Z.

Chopin recital
A selection of Nocturnes and Waltzes.

This was a free event for all the people who didn't receive the advertised concert
from Piers and the Doric String Quartet last September 6th, because of the Earthquake.
 
Saturday
29th Oct
19:30
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand
Past Event
 
 
AURORA ARTS CENTRE,
Cnr Greers Rd and Memorial Ave, Burnside, Christchurch, NZ
Venue: AURORA ARTS CENTRE,
Cnr Greers Rd and Memorial Ave, Burnside, Christchurch.


LINK to CSO website


Booking Link
Lamb & Hayward Masterworks

Piers plays Beethoven: Piano Concerto for Piano No. 5
with Christchurch Symphony Orchestra / Sir William Southgate, conductor

Programme:
BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No.1, Op. 138
BEETHOVEN: Concerto for Piano No. 5, Op.73, Eb Major "Emperor"
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No.7, Op. 92, A major

Sir William Southgate, soloist Piers Lane and the CSO provide a musical treat with a concert devoted to the genius of Beethoven. The programme is launched by the overture to his only opera, Fidelio, a still-relevant story of oppression, heroism and personal sacrifice. The majestic and evocative Fifth Piano Concerto (Emperor) and the extraordinary spontaneity and sheer inventiveness of the Seventh Symphony make this a night to remember.
 
Tuesday
25th Oct
20:00
WELLINGTON, New Zealand
Past Event
 
Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt, Wellington, NZ.
Venue: Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, 836 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt, Wellington. NZ.


More details from EventFinder website
Classical Expressions - Piers Lane

Programme:
John Field - Nocturne Nos 5, 10 and 11
Sciabin - 24 Préludes Op.11
Chopin - Complete Waltzes

Piers' programme for Expressions combines works by two closely - associated composers, Irishman John Field, and Fredrick Chopin. Chopin’s ever-popular Waltzes are an inspired evocation of a 19th century ballroom; Alexander Scriabin’s 24 Préludes, composed during his years as a young touring concert pianist, were inspired by Chopin’s compositions of the same time.
 
Australia
 
Sunday
23rd Oct
TBC
NOOSA, Queensland, Australia
Past Event
 
 
The Good Shepherd Lutheran Centre Noosville
Venue:
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Eumundi Road, Noosville


Good Shepherd Church website
Noosa Music Society

Programme:
CHOPIN by Candlelight:
Complete Valses
- INTERVAL -
Nocturnes: Op 9 Nos 1 and 2
Op 15 Nos 1 and 2
Op 32 No 2
Op 55 No 2
Op 62 Nos 1 and 2
Op Post in c sharp minor
 
Saturday
15th Oct
10:00
PORT FAIRY, Victoria, Australia
Past Event
 
Port Fairy Spring Music Festival
Venue: Port Fairy

LINK to Festival website
Port Fairy Spring Music Festival

10am: Forum on 'Story-telling in Music' with Paul Dean and Peter Goldsworthy

3.30pm: Recital
LIZST: Vallée d'Oberman
BERLIOZ/LISZT: Harold in Italy with violist Fiona Sargent

8.15pm: Liszt: Venezia e Napoli
 
Friday
14th Oct
TBC
PORT FAIRY, Victoria, Australia
Past Event
 
Port Fairy Spring Music Festival
Venue: Port Fairy

LINK to Festival website

Opening Night Port Fairy Spring Music Festival

Programme:
SCHUBERT Lieder with Merlin Quaife

Gretchen am Spinnrade
Nacht und Träume
Ganymed
An die Musik

 
United Kingdom
 
Saturday
8th October
19:30
BANSTEAD, Surrey, UK
Past Event
 
Banstead Community Hall, Park Road, Banstead, Surrey SM7 3AJ.
Box office: 01737 360568

Event not listed yet

Banstead Arts Festival Society website
Piers plays

CHOPIN: Complete Valses
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A major D959

 
Friday
7th October
19:30
DEWSBURY, West Yorkshire, UK
Past Event
 
Venue: Dewsbury Town Hall, Wakefield Old Road, Dewsbury, WF12 8DG

Opera North website
(Event not listed yet)
Piers plays

MOZART: Concerto K 466 in D minor

with Opera North Orchestra / Yasuo Shinazaki
 
Tuesday
4th October
19:30
LONDON, UK
Past Event
 
 
Dame Myra Hess Day
National Gallery London
Venue: National Gallery, London,
Room 36 (Barry Rooms)

Details on the NG website

Buy Tickets
Tasmin Little Violin
Piers Lane Piano

Howard Ferguson:
Sonata No.2 for Violin and Piano

The evening concert features a performance by Tasmin Little (violin), Piers Lane (piano) and the Menuhin School Orchestra. The programme includes music by Howard Ferguson - who worked tirelessly with Myra Hess running the wartime concerts -
 
Saturday
1st October
19:30
SEVENOAKS, Kent, UK
Past Event
 
The Ship Theatre
Venue: The Ship Theatre, Walthamstow Hall School, Hollybush Lane, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 3UL

Tickets: Link here

More details from the Music Club's website

Chamber Music in Sevenoaks presents Piers Lane in recital

Programme:
CHOPIN: Ballade no.4 in F minor Op.52
SCRIABIN: 24 Preludes Op.11
INTERVAL
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A major, D959
 
September 2011
 
Thursday
29th Sept.
19:45
BRECON, UK
Past Event
 
Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon
Venue:
Theatr Brycheiniog, Canal Wharf, Brecon, Powys. LD3 7EW

Information/Box Office link at the theatre
Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach.
 
Monday
26th Sept.
20:00
WINDSOR, UK
WINDSOR FESTIVAL Past Event
 
Theatre Royal Windsor
 


Venue: Theatre Royal, Windsor, United Kingdom
Start Time: 20:00

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Venue website

Windsor Festival site info



Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach.
 
Saturday
24th Sept.
19:30
BREINTON, Surrey, UK
Past Event
 
Venue: Breinton, Heath House Road, Woking, Surrey GU22 0RD Telephone: 0778 905 2028

Promoter's website information
Soirées at Breinton

Piers plays

CHOPIN: Complete Valses
SCHUBERT: Sonata in A major D959
 
Monday
19th Sept.
19:45
LONDON, UK
Past Event
 
Private Performance

Royal Society of Medicine at The Worshipful Company of Innholders,
30 College St, EC4R 2RH.

Performance to include:

Chopin and Dudley Moore

 
Saturday
8th Sept.
19:30
YEOVIL, Somerset, UK
Past Event
 
Octagon Theatre
 

Venue: Octagon Theatre, Hendford Yeovil Somerset BA20 1UX United Kingdom
Start Time: 19:30

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Venue website and Booking Link

Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach.
 
August 2011
 
Saturday
27th August
19:30
MACHYNLLETH, Powys, Wales, UK
Past Event
 
Machynlleth Festival

Venue: The Tabernacle, Heol Penrallt Machynlleth Powys SY20 8AJ
Start Time: 19:30

Haffner Wind Ensemble and Friends

Venue website

(scroll down to August 27th)

HAFFNER WIND ENSEMBLE and Friends
Nicholas Daniel Director
Piers Lane Piano

Programme:
Gounod - Petite Symphonie pour Vent
Janacek - Mladi (Youth) Suite for wind sextet
Rimsky-Korsakov - Quintet for piano and wind

One of Britain’s leading wind ensembles, directed by the brilliant oboist Nicholas Daniel, perform a programme of masterpieces by Gounod and Janacek, and finishing with the delightful piano quintet of Rimsky-Korsakov with the virtuoso, Piers Lane.

 
Saturday
27th August
13:00
MACHYNLLETH, Powys, Wales, UK
Past Event
 
Machynlleth Festival

Venue: The Tabernacle, Heol Penrallt Machynlleth Powys SY20 8AJ
Start Time: 13:00

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Venue website

(scroll down to August 27th)

Patricia Routledge Narrator
Piers Lane Piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration actress Patricia Routledge and pianist Piers Lane tell the inspiring story of the National Gallery Concerts: the words are taken from letters, books and interviews given by the legendary pianist Dame Myra Hess, interspersed with short piano pieces by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach.
 
GERMANY
 
Wednesday
24th August
19:30
HUSUM, Germany
JUBILEE - 25th Festival - Rarities of piano music Past Event
 
 
 
Schloss vor Husum
Venue: Schloss vor Husum
Start: 19:30


Venue website


Tickets

email bookings

Telephone: +49 (0)4841- 89 73-130

Piers plays:

Programme:
Clara Schumann - 3 Romanzen Op.21, Romanze a-Moll Op.posth.
John Field - 3 Nocturnes, No.5 B-dur, No.10 e-Moll, No.11 Es-dur
R. Schumann - Variationen über das Nocturne Op.15 No.3 von Chopin
Mark Saya - Barcarolles, 7 Preludes revisited
- INTERVAL -
Bach - Grainger - Toccata d-Moll BWV 565, Blithe Bells BWV 208
R. Strauss - Grainger - Ramble on the Love Duet in "Der Rosenkavalier"
Tchaikovsky - Grainger - Paraphrase über den "Blumen Walzer" aus der Nussknackersuite and Klavierkonzert No.1 b-Moll Op.23: Einleitung
Schumann - Grainger - Klavierkonzert a-Moll Op.54 1.Satz
Rachmaninoff - Grainger - Klavierkonzert No.2 c-Moll Op.19 3.Satz


Programme Page Link

 
Sunday
14th August
18:00
WISMAR, Germany
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festspiele (Festival) Past Event
 
 
 
Wismar Heiligen Geist Kirche
Heiligen Geist Kirche Wismar
Venue: Heiligen-Geist Kirche, Wismar
Start: 18:00

Information on the Festival website
(scroll to So. 14/8/2011 and DETAILS)


Box Office

Ticket-Hotline +49 (0)385 - 591 85 85


Location Link


Li-Wei Qin & Friends
Li-Wei Qin lädt seine musikalischen Freunde ein

Li-Wei Qin - cello,
Storioni Piano Trio
Piers Lane - piano
Ilya Gringolts - violin
Avri Levitan - viola


Programme:
F. Schubert - Adagio e Rondo concertante
für Klavierquartett F-Dur D 487

A. Piazzolla - Fuga Y Misterio, Oblivion, La Muerte Del Angel
(Arr. für Klavierquintett von A. Tiu)
J. Ryu - Auftragswerk (commission) der Festspiele MV
J. Brahms - Klavierquintett f-Moll op. 34


Konzert der NORDMETALL-Stiftung
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der German Pellets GmbH und der ZEIT-Stiftung

 
Saturday
13th August
17:00
NEUSTRELITZ, Germany
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festspiele (Festival) Past Event
 
 
 
Schlosskirche
Schlosskirche Neustelitz
Venue: Schlosskirche, Neustrelitz
Start: 17:00

Information on the Festival website
(scroll to Sat. 13/8/2011 and DETAILS)


Box Office

Ticket-Hotline +49 (0)385 - 591 85 85


Location Link

Li-Wei Qin & Friends
Li-Wei Qin lädt seine musikalischen Freunde ein

Li-Wei Qin - cello,
Storioni Piano Trio
Piers Lane - piano
Ilya Gringolts - violin
Avri Levitan - viola


Programme:
A.S. Arenski - Streichquartett Nr. 2 a-Moll op. 35
J. Ryu - Auftragswerk (commission) der Festspiele MV (UA)
j. Brahms - Klavierquintett f-Moll op. 34


Konzert der NORDMETALL-Stiftung
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Familie Grotelüschen, der Sparkasse Mecklenburg-Strelitz und der ZEIT-Stiftung

 
Friday
12th August
19:30
HASENWINKEL, Germany
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festspiele (Festival) Past Event
 
 
 
Information about Schloss Hasenwinkel
Schloss Hasenwinkel
Venue: Schloss Hasenwinkel
Start: 19:30

Information on the Festival website
(scroll to Fri. 12/8/2011 and DETAILS)


Box Office

Ticket-Hotline +49 (0)385 - 591 85 85


Location Link

Li-Wei Qin & Friends
Ein Schubert-Abend auf Schloss Hasenwinkel

Li-Wei Qin - cello,
Storioni Piano Trio
Piers Lane - piano
Ilya Gringolts - violin
Avri Levitan - viola


Programme:
F. Schubert - Rondo A-Dur für Klavier zu vier Händen D 951
F. Schubert - Triosatz Es-Dur D 897 "Notturno" Trio
für Klavier, Violine und Violoncello B-Dur D 28
F. Schubert - "Sonatensatz", Streichquintett C-Dur D 956

Konzert der NORDMETALL-Stiftung

 
AUSTRALIA
 
28th July to 6th August 2011
TOWNSVILLE, Qld, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FESTIVAL OF CHAMBER MUSIC
 
Saturday
6th August
20:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Townsville Civic Theatre
Start: 20:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme



Listen Live 8pm

Festival Farewell

Programme:
Handel in the Strand
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano), Jack Liebeck (Violin), Michael Goldschlager (Cello)
Colonial Song
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Michael Goldschlager (Cello) John Contiguglia (Piano)
My Robin is to the Greenwood Gone
Jack Liebeck (Violin) , Michael Goldschlager (Cello) John Contiguglia (Piano) Willow, Willow The Pretty Maid Milkin’ The Sprig of Thyme
Louise Page (Voice - Soprano), Phillipa Candy (Piano)
Irish Tune from County Derry: Danny Boy
Goldner String Quartet, Danny Driver (Piano)
Green Bushes (Passacaglia on an English Folksong)
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano), Piers Lane (Piano)
Random Round (for eleven hands) In an English Country Garden
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano), Daniel de Borah (Piano) , Danny Driver (Piano) , Piers Lane (Piano) , Phillipa Candy (Piano)
Schubert - Octet in F major D.803
Philippe Graffin (Violin), Michael Collins (Clarinet), Ben Jacks (Horn), Matthew Wilkie (Bassoon), Rivka Golani (Viola), Louise Hopkins (Cello), Kees Boersma (Double Bass), Dimity Hall (Violin)

 
Friday
5th August
20:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Townsville Civic Theatre
Start: 20:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme


Listen Live 8pm

From Russia with Love

Programme:
Rimsky-Korsakov - Quintet for Piano and Winds
Piers Lane (Piano) , Vernon Hill (Flute) , Michael Collins (Clarinet) , Ben Jacks (Horn) , Matthew Wilkie (Bassoon)
Shostakovich - Sonata for Viola and Piano Op.147
Rivka Golani (Viola) , Daniel de Borah (Piano)
Britten - 3 Divertimenti for String Quartet
Goldner String Quartet
Tchaikovsky - Trio in a minor Op.50 for Piano, Violin and Cello
Danny Driver (Piano) , Jack Liebeck (Violin) , Michael Goldschlager (Cello

 
Friday
5th August
17:30
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Townsville Civic Theatre
Start: 17:30

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Through the Looking Glass

Programme:
Chaplin - Smile
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Timothy Constable (Percussion) , Danny Driver (Piano)
Wesley-Smith - White Knight and Beaver
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Timothy Constable (Percussion) with Compact Disc
Arvo Pärt - Spiegel im Spiegel
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Timothy Constable (Percussion) , Danny Driver (Piano)
James McMillan - Kiss on Wood
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Piers Lane (Piano)
Rachmaninoff - Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor Op.19
Louise Hopkins (Cello) , Piers Lane (Piano)

 
Friday
5th August
10:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Start: 10:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 5

Korngold - Three Lieder Op.22
Louise Page (Voice - Soprano) , Phillipa Candy (Piano)
Cecilia McDowall - Dancing Fish
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Goldner String Quartet
Elgar - String Quartet in e minor Op.84
Goldner String Quartet

Piers Lane chats with the Amy Dickson, the Goldner String Quartet,
Louise Page and Diana McVeagh (a world authority on Elgar and Finzi).

 
Thursday
4th August
20:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Townsville Civic Theatre
Start: 20:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme


Listen Live 8pm

Hungarian Rhapsody

Programme:
Ravel - String Quartet
Goldner String Quartet
Hersant - Onze Duos
Philippe Graffin (Violin) Dene Olding (Violin)
Poulenc - Sextet
Danny Driver (Piano) , Vernon Hill (Flute) , Michael Collins (Clarinet) , David Nuttall (Oboe) , Matthew Wilkie (Bassoon) , Ben Jacks (Horn)
Bartok - Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano) , Timothy Constable (Percussion), Bree van Reyk (Percussion)
Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody no.15 Rakoczy March
Danny Driver (Piano) , Daniel de Borah (Piano) , Piers Lane (Piano) Richard Contiguglia (Piano)

 
Thursday
4th August
10:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Start: 10:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 4

Bartok - Hungarian Peasant Songs
Vernon Hill (Flute) , Daniel de Borah (Piano)
Prokofiev/Borisovsky - Romeo and Juliet Excerpts from Op.64
Rivka Golani (Viola) , Daniel de Borah (Piano)
Tom Johnson - Failing
Kees Boersma (Double Bass)
Schulhof - Concertino
Vernon Hill (Flute) , Simon Oswell (Viola) , Kees Boersma (Double Bass)

Piers Lane chats with Kees Boersma, Daniel de Borah, Rivka Golani, Vernon Hill and Simon Oswell.

 
Wednesday
3rd August
17:30
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Townsville Civic Theatre
Start: 17:30

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Bach by Candlelight One

Programme:
Concerto in C major for Three Pianos BWV 1064
Daniel de Borah (Piano) , Danny Driver (Piano) , Piers Lane (Piano)
Sonata in E flat Major BWV 1031
Amy Dickson (Saxophone) , Timothy Constable (Percussion) Julian Smiles (Cello)
Trio Sonata in G major BWV 530
Timothy Constable (Percussion) , Bree van Reyk (Percussion) Julian Smiles (Cello)
Concerto in C major for Two Pianos BWV 1061
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano)

 
Wednesday
3rd August
10:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Start: 10:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 3

Dvorak/Isserliss - Romantic Piece no.4 Op.75
Louise Hopkins (Cello) , Piers Lane (Piano)
Sibelius - Malinconia
Louise Hopkins (Cello) , Piers Lane (Piano)
Wesley-Smith - For Clarinet and CD
Michael Collins (Clarinet)
Wesley-Smith - Merry-Go-Round for Clarinet, Cello and CD-ROM. Photography by George Gittoes and Alice Wesley-Smith
Michael Collins (Clarinet) , Louise Hopkins (Cello) , Martin Wesley-Smith (Composer in Residence)

Piers Lane chats with Michael Collins, Louise Hopkins and Martin Wesley-Smith.

 
Monday
1st August
10:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Start: 10:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 2

Moszkowski - Suite in g minor for Two Violins Op.71
Jack Liebeck (Violin) , Victoria Sayles (Violin) , Daniel de Borah (Piano)
York Bowen - Suite for Pianoforte Duet Op.52
Danny Driver (Piano) , Piers Lane (Piano)
York Bowen - Piano Sonata no.6 in B flat Op.160
Danny Driver (Piano)

Piers Lane chats with Danny Driver, Lisa Gasteen, Jack Liebeck, Victoria Sayles and Sharny Russell.

 
July 2011
 
Saturday
30th July
10:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Start: 10:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

Concert Conversations with Piers Lane 1

Liszt - Andante religioso from Fest Cantata
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano)
Bartok - Sonata no.1 Op.21 for Violin and Piano
Philippe Graffin (Violin) , Piers Lane (Piano)

Piers Lane chats with Damien Beaumont, John Contiguglia, Richard Contiguglia and Philippe Graffin.

 
Friday
29th July
20:00
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Townsville Civic Theatre
Townsville
Venue: Civic Theatre
Gala Opening Night - A Beginning
Start: 20:00

Booking Form

AFCM Festival programme

...To make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.
TS Eliot

Programme:
Messiaen - Quartet for the End of Time
Michael Collins (Clarinet) , Philippe Graffin (Violin) , Louise Hopkins (Cello) , Piers Lane (Piano) , Damien Beaumont (Narrator)
Beethoven/Liszt Finale - Presto from 9th Symphony in d minor Op.125
Richard & John Contiguglia (Piano)
Strauss/Ledger - Four Last Songs
Louise Page (Voice - Soprano), Johannes Fritzsch (Conductor) with Members of QSO

 
Thursday
28th July
18:30
TOWNSVILLE
Past Event
 
 
Jupiters
Townsville
Venue: Jupiters
Chefs of the North Dinner

further information on the
Australian Festival of Chamber Music website:

AFCM Welcome Page
click logo
Chefs of the North Dinner

The Chefs in the North Dinner is designed to tempt food and wine afficionados, Festival participants and corporate clients with an unforgettable night of fine food, wine and music.

Performances by Amy Dickson, Jack Liebeck, Victoria Sayles, Danny Driver and Piers Lane.

AFCM 2011 - PROGRAMME PDF download AFCM Programme leaflet - PDF (1.06 MB)

 
Friday
22nd July
19:30
HOBART, Tasmania, Australia
Past Event
 
Hobart

Federation Concert Hall

Venue: Federation Concert Hall
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Start Time: 19:30


Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Website

Booking Link

Link to ABC Classic FM Broadcast Page for the day

This was a LIVE Broadcast, click logo -
select IN PERFORMANCE 7:30 pm
listen On Line button Top Left



Piers Lane and Friends

Piers Lane piano
Jun Yi Ma violin
Lucy Carrig Jones violin
Janet Rutherford viola
Sue-Ellen Paulsen cello
David Nuttall oboe
Lisa Storchheim bassoon
Wendy Page horn

Programme:
MOZART Quintet for Piano and Winds K452
BRAHMS Piano Quintet in F Minor
 
9th - 16th July 2011
TBC
MELBOURNE, Australia
Past Event
 
Melbourne

Charles Sturt University

Venue: Melbourne Recital Centre
Start Time: TBC


Website

Press Release


Link to ABC Classic FM Broadcast Page for the day

All Chamber Groups are available to be listened to on ABC's LISTEN AGAIN PAGE.

There are some fantastic performances available. Click the ABC logo to get to the page.



Piers Lane is adjudicating at the 6th Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.

A final selection of eight string quartets and eight piano trios from Europe, Australia and the USA come to Melbourne to compete for nine days of thrilling competition.

They include:
Acies Quartet (Austria), Amaryllis Quartett (Germany / Switzerland), Attacca Quartet (USA), Barbirolli Quartet (United Kingdom), Finzi Quartet (United Kingdom), Kelemen Kvartett (Hungary), Piatti String Quartet (United Kingdom), Rusquartet (Russia), Lawson Trio (United Kingdom), Leibniz Trio (Germany), Rhodes Piano Trio (United Kingdom), Sima Piano Trio (USA), Streeton Trio (Australia), Trio Image (Germany), Trio Paul Klee (France) and Trio Rafale (Switzerland).

The winners of the Trio Section were:

1st Prize - The Hamer-Tribe Trust Prize TRIO RAFALE
2nd Prize - The Beleura Prize RHODES PIANO TRIO
3rd Prize - The Monique Phillips Prize TRIO PAUL KLEE
Audience Prize - Peter Druce Prize TRIO PAUL KLEE

The winners of the Sring Quartet section were:
1st Prize - The Robert Salzer Foundation Prize AMARYLLIS QUARTETT
2nd Prize - The Chamber Music Australia Patrons' Circle Prize KELEMEN KVARTETT
3rd Prize - The Laura Brown Prize ATTACCA QUARTET
Audience Prize - Peter Druce Prize KELEMEN KVARTETT

Further details

 
Friday
8th July
TBC
WAGGA WAGGA , Australia
Past Event
 
Wagga Wagga

Charles Sturt University

Venue: Charles Sturt University
Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia
Start Time: TBC


Padagogy Conference website





Piers Lane is the PATRON of the Conference and will be playing
a Lunchtime recital.

 
Thursday
7th July
19:30
MELBOURNE, Australia
Past Event
 
Melbourne

Elizabeth Murdoch Concert Hall
 
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Venue: Elizabeth Murdoch Concert Hall
Start Time: 19:30



Melbourne Recital Hall website

Buy Tickets

Link to ABC Classic FM Broadcast Page for the day

This was a LIVE Broadcast,

Piers Lane piano

Programmme:
CHOPIN: Complete Nocturnes

Piers Lane returns to Elisabeth Murdoch Hall to perform the complete set of Chopin Nocturnes by candlelight.

Listen to the Interval Interview from ABC Classic FM
(20MB... please be patient while it's loading)
 
UK
 
Friday
1st July
19:30
LONDON, UK
Past Event
 
Apothecaries' Hall

Venue: Apothecaries' Hall
Start Time: 19:30

City of London Festival

Information from the Festival website

Piers Lane piano
William Barton didjeridu

Beethoven: Bagatelles Op 126
David Lumsdaine: Six Postcard Pieces
Brett Dean: Hommage á Bach
Elena Kats-Chernin: Homage to Bach; The C; Fast Blue Village Grainger arrangements: Toccata & Fugue in D minor (Bach); Blithe Bells (Sheep May Safely Graze) (Bach); Ramble from Der Rosenkavalier (Strauss); Paraphrase on Flower Waltz (Tchaikovsky); Piano Concerto (Tchaikovsky); Piano Concerto (Schumann); Piano Concerto No 2 (Rachmaninoff)
 
 
June 2011
 
FRANCE
 
Sunday
26th June
17:00
CONDETTE, France
Past Event
 
Château d’Hardelot

Venue: Château d’Hardelot
1, rue de la Source 62360 CONDETTE
Start Time: 17:00

More about the Chateau

The Goldner Quartet and Piers Lane will be performing
Hamilton Harty and Frank Bridge Piano Quintets.
 
UK
 
Saturday
25th June
20:00
LICHFIELD, Staffordshire, UK
Past Event
 
Lichfield Garrick Theatre

Venue: Lichfield Garrick Theatre
Castle Dyke, Lichfield, WS13 6HR
Start Time: 20:00

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Lichfield Theatre Information

Box Office 01543 412121
Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Wed/Thursday
23/24th June
SAXMUNDHAM, Suffolk
Past Event
 
 
Potton Hall Recitals
Venue: Potton Hall

Recording at Potton Hall for Hyperion with the Goldner String Quartet

Piers Lane's last recording for Hyperion with the Goldner String Quartet
Hyperion Records


Recording a new CD w ith the Goldner String Quartet

Piers plays

Hamilton Harty: Quintet for Piano and Strings
 
Sunday
19th June
20:00
PORT ERIN, Isle of Man
Past Event
 
Erin Arts Centre

Venue: Isle of Man Bank Auditorium,
Erin Arts Centre Victoria Square, Port Erin
Start Time: 20:00

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Erin Arts Centre Information
Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Wednesday
15th June
19:30
HARROGATE, UK
Past Event
 
Harrogate Theatre

Venue: Harrogate Theatre
Start Time: 19:30

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Harrogate Booking Information
Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Sunday
12th June
15:00
BECCLES, Suffolk, UK
Past Event
 
The Old Granary Studio

Venue: The Old Granary Studio, Toft Monks, Beccles, Suffolk NR34 0EZ
Start Time: 15:00


Website Link

(2nd item)
Old Granary Studio Tenth Anniversary Gala Concert


Piers Lane, Kathron Sturrock, Hamish Milne and Danny Driver

The studio's four Steinway concert grand pianos will be put to full use in a programme which will include: Bach 3-piano and 4-piano concerti and works by Grainger, Brahms and Liszt
 
Friday
10th June
19:30
MALVERN, UK
Past Event
 
Malvern Festival Theatre

Venue: Malvern Festival Theatre
Start Time: 19:30

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Malvern Festival Booking Information
Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Saturday
4th June
15:00
SALISBURY, Wilts. UK
Past Event
 
Salisbury

Venue: Salisbury Playhouse
Start Time: 15:00

ADMISSION: ONE SHILLING

Salisbury Festival Information


Box Office

Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.




sponsored by Wiltshire Life Magazine
 
May 2011
 
Korea
 
May15-22 Seoul Spring Festival, Korea: Piers played during the Festival on these days: (Link to Promoters website)
 
Sunday
22nd May
eve
SEOUL, Korea
Liszt Venezia e Napoli (evening) Past Event
 
Sunday
22nd May
pm
SEOUL, Korea
Rachmaninov Trio no.2 (afternoon) Past Event
 
Saturday
21st May
eve
SEOUL, Korea
Mahler Piano Quartet (evening) Past Event
 
Saturday
21st May
pm
SEOUL, Korea
Berlioz-Liszt Harold in Italy (afternoon) Past Event
 
Friday
20th May
TBC
SEOUL, Korea
Smetana Trio Past Event
 
Thursday
19th May
TBC
SEOUL, Korea
Bridge Piano Quintet Past Event
 
Wednesday
18th May
TBC
SEOUL, Korea
Brahms Piano Quintet Past Event
 
UK
 
Saturday
14th May
19:30
ALDEBURGH, Suffolk, UK
Past Event
 
Aldeburgh
Snape Maltings Concert Hall
 
 

Venue: Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Snape Suffolk IP17 1SP
Start Time: 19:30


Booking Information

Box Office: 01728 687110

City of London Sinfonia

Piers Lane, piano
Michael Collins, director & clarinet

Programme:
MOZART: Adagio and Fugue in C minor, KV 546
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 23 K488 in A
WEBER: Clarinet Concerto No.2 in E flat, op.74
MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90, 'Italian'
 
Thursday
12th May
19:00
LONDON
Past Event
 
 
Reform Club Pall Mall London
Venue: The Reform Club, Pall Mall
Start Time: 19:00


Information about the History of the Club
Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

With Patricia Routledge as Dame Myra Hess
and Piers Lane on the piano

In an extraordinary musical and theatrical collaboration, actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane celebrate the life of Dame Myra Hess - a remarkable woman who initiated, directed and performed in a number of legendary concerts at the National Gallery during the Second World War. Her concerts provided a cultural oasis for thousands who remained in London during the war years. In Dame Myra’s own words (compiled by her great-nephew, composer Nigel Hess) with piano music by Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Schumann and Chopin, we hear how the ‘great adventure’ of these 1600 lunchtime concerts began, and how it continued while bombs rained down on London.

Directed by Christopher Luscombe
 
Thursday
5th May
19:30
LONDON, UK
Past Event
 
London
Wigmore Hall
 
 

Venue: Wigmore Hall, London,

Start Time: 19:30

Piers Lane piano and Michael Collins clarinet
Brahms, Weber, Benjamin, Milhaud and Poulenc

Programme:
Brahms - Clarinet Sonata in Eb Op. 120 No. 2
Weber - Grand Duo Concertant in Eb Op. 48
Benjamin - Le Tombeau de Ravel
Milhaud - Scaramouche Op. 165b (arr. for clarinet and piano)
Poulenc - Sonata for clarinet and piano
 
April 2011
 
Saturday
30th April
19:30
STRATFORD upon AVON, , UK
Past Event
 
Stratford
Civic Hall

Venue: Stratford Civic Hall
14 Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire CV37 6LU
Start Time: 19:30



Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

With Patricia Routledge as Dame Myra Hess
and Piers Lane on the piano
 
Wednesday
27th April
19:30
BUXTON, UK
Past Event
 
Buxton
Buxton Opera House
Venue: Buxton Opera House
Water Street, Buxton, Derbyshire. SK17 6XN
Start Time: 19:30

Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

With Patricia Routledge as Dame Myra Hess
and Piers Lane on the piano
 
Tuesday
26th April
19:30
KESWICK, Cumbria, UK
Past Event
 
Keswick
Theatre by the Lake
Venue:Theatre by the Lake
Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ
Start Time: 19:30

Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

With Patricia Routledge as Dame Myra Hess
and Piers Lane on the piano
 
Portugal
 
Thursday
14th April
19:30
ALMANCIL, Portugal
Past Event
 
 
Centro Cultural São Lourenço
Venue: Centro Cultural São Lourenço
Start Time: 19:30



Piers Lane and Michael Collins, Clarinet

Programme:
Beethoven: Six Bagatelles Op 126
Chopin: Ballade no 3 in A flat major Op 47
Ballade no 4 in f minor Op 52
INTERVAL
With Michael Collins:
Arthur Benjamin: Le Tombeau de Ravel
Edward Gregson: Five Tributes for clarinet and piano
Milhaud: Scaramouche
Poulenc: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
 
Tuesday
12th April
19:30
ALMANCIL, Portugal
Past Event
 
 
Centro Cultural São Lourenço
Venue: Centro Cultural São Lourenço
Start Time: 19:30


Piers Lane and Michael Collins, Clarinet

Programme:
Brahms: Sonata No 2 in E flat major Op 120 for clarinet and piano
Weber: Grand Duo Concertante (with Michael Collins)
INTERVAL
Clara Schumann: 3 Romances Op 21
Romance in a minor Op Post > >>> > >>>
Liszt: Venezia e Napoli
 
United Kingdom
 
Sunday
10th April
19:00
GUILDFORD, UK
Past Event
 
Guildford
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Venue: Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Millbrook, Guildford, Surrey GU1 3UX

Start Time: 19:00


Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

With Patricia Routledge as Dame Myra Hess
and Piers Lane on the piano
 
USA
 
Saturday
2nd April
20:00
RICHMOND, Virginia, USA
Past Event
 
Richmond, Virginia, USA
Singleton Center

Venue: Singleton Center for the Performing Arts - Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall, Monroe Park Campus
Start Time: 20:00

Tickets:
Adults $32; Seniors(60+)$28; VCU employees with ID $28; Full-time students with ID $10


Mary Anne Rennolds Chamber Series:

Zuill Bailey, cello,
Piers Lane, Piano

Mendelssohn - Concert Variations
Schumann - Fantasiestücke
Roberto Sierra - new commissioned work
Rachmaninoff - Sonata in G minor Op.19
 
March 2011
 
Saturday
26th March
20:00
DETROIT, MIchigan, USA
Past Event
 
Detroit USA
Seligman Performing Arts Center
Venue: Seligman Performing Arts Center 22305 West 13 Mile Road, Beverly Hills, on the campus of Detroit Country Day School
Start Time: 20:00

Pre-Concert Talk - 18:45 - 19:30
March 26, 2011: Zuill Bailey, Cello and Piers Lane, Piano - Speaker: Zuill Bailey

TICKET INFORMATION Opus 9 series subscriptions: $261 - $630 Single tickets to all concerts: $43 - $75; students $25

Detroit Society website (click 26th March)

Press Release
OPUS 9 Series

Zuill Bailey, Cello
Piers Lane, Piano

Mendelssohn - Concert Variations
Schumann - Fantasiestücke
Roberto Sierra - New work TBA
Rachmaninoff - Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 19
 
UK
 
Sunday
20th March
15:00
LONDON
Past Event
 
London
Purcell Room
Southbank Centre
Venue: Purcell Room, Southbank Centre,
London.
Start Time: 15:00

Southbank Box Office and further information
PHILIP DUKES 20TH ANNIVERSARY

Philip Dukes (viola) Piers Lane (piano) Julian Lloyd-Webber (cello)

Arthur Benjamin - Sonata in E
Johannes Brahms - Trio in A minor Op 114
Hector Berlioz - Harold en Italie Op 16

A recital to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the distinguished viola player Philip Dukes' recital debut at the Purcell Room in 1991. Dukes is joined by world-class artists Piers Lane and Julian Lloyd Webber.
 
Thursday
17th March
19:30
MARLBOROUGH, Wilts.
Past Event
 
Marlborough
Marlborough College
Memorial Hall
Venue: Marlborough College Memorial Hall,
Start Time: 19:30

Tickets £15.
Students in full time education £10.
Phone for tickets: 01672 892566
Monday to Saturday: 9am to 7pm

Link to concertdiary.com
Philip Dukes (viola) Piers Lane (piano) Julian Lloyd-Webber (cello)

Arthur Benjamin - Sonata in E
Johannes Brahms - Trio in A minor Op 114
Hector Berlioz - Harold en Italie Op 16
 
Australia
 
Saturday
12th March
19:30
BRISBANE, Qld.
Past Event
 
Brisbane
Conservatorium Theatre
Venue: Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium,
Griffith University
Start Time: 19:30

Brisbane - Qtix - phone 136 246

Piers plays with the Camerata of St John's

Programme:
Mozart - Concerto K414 in A major
Williamson - Concerto No.2
 
Friday
11th March
19:30
TOOWOOMBA, Qld.
Past Event
 
Toowoomba
Empire Theatre
Venue: Empire Church Theatre, Toowoomba
Start Time: 19:30

Empire Theatre - phone 1300 655 299

Piers plays with the Camerata of St John's

Programme:
Mozart - Concerto K414 in A major
Williamson - Concerto No.2
 
Sunday
6th March
15:00
BRISBANE, Qld.
Past Event
 
Brisbane
Conservatorium Theatre
Medici Concerts

Venue: Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium,
Griffith University
Start Time: 15:00

Brisbane - Qtix - phone 136 246


On-Line Booking Link
Piers plays:

Schubert - Selection of German Dances, Laendler, Sentimental Waltzes
Brahms - Four Piano Pieces Op 119
Beethoven - Sonata in A flat major Op 110
Chopin - Selection of Nocturnes by Candlelight
 
Thursday
3rd March
19:00
SYDNEY, NSW, Australia
Past Event
 
Sydney
City Recital Hall
Venue:
City Recital Hall, Angel Place
Start Time: 19:00

presented by:
Andrew McKinnon Presentations

Tickets
Adult: $65
Concession: $59
CRH VIP: $52
Chopin by Candlelight - a recital by Piers Lane

Piers plays: The Complete Nocturnes of Chopin


 
February 2011
 
Saturday
19th February
15:00
LONDON
Past Event
 
London
Wigmore Hall
Venue: Wigmore Hall
Start Time: 15:00

BRETT DEAN DAY




Performers:
Karen Cargill (mezzo-soprano)
Jack Liebeck (violin)
Brett Dean (viola)
Christopher Murray (cello)
Enno Senft (double bass)
Piers Lane (piano)

Programme:
Dean - The Homage Etudes (for solo piano)
Poems and Prayers (for mezzo-soprano and piano)
Voices of Angels (for violin, viola, cello, double bass and piano)
 
Saturday
19th February
19:30
LONDON
Past Event
 
London
Wigmore Hall
 
 
Venue: Wigmore Hall
Start Time: 19:30

BRETT DEAN DAY




In 2009 Dean won the Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition, the world’s most prestigious composition prize. He joins various ensembles and musicians throughout the day, performing as both violist and conductor, in mixed programmes of music.


Performers:
Jack Liebeck (violin)
Gary Pomeroy (viola)
Enno Senft (double bass)
Matthew Hunt (clarinet)
Richard Watkins (horn)
Piers Lane (piano)

Heath Quartet:
Sam Walton (percussion)
Brett Dean (conductor, viola)

Programme:
Schumann - Four Romances (for solo piano)
Dean - Recollections (for mixed ensemble)
Dean - Intimate Decisions (for solo viola)
Brahms - String Quintet in G Op. 111
 
Thursday
17th February
19:30
MALVERN
Past Event
 
MALVERN
Forum Theatre
Venue:
Malvern Forum Theatre
Grange Road Malvern WR14 3HB

Piers Lane and violinist Tasmin Little

Recital for Malvern Concert Club

Programme:
Brahms - Sonatensatz: Allegro in C minor (Scherzo from F.A.E. sonata) Elgar - Sonata in A minor, Op.82
Delius - Sonata No. 2
Beethoven - Sonata No. 9 in A major, Op.47, Kreutzer

 
Wednesday
9th February
19:30
CHESTER
Past Event
 
CHESTER
St. Mary's on the Hill
Venue: St. Mary's on the Hill
St Mary's Centre
St Mary's Hill
Chester
CH1 2DW




CHESTER MUSIC SOCIETY CELEBRITY CONCERTS

Programme:
Schubert: Selection of German Dances and Waltzes
Brahms: Four Piano pieces Op 119
Beethoven: Sonata No 31in A flat major Op 110
Chopin: Ballade No 4 in F minor
Chopin: Nocturnes Op 15 Nos 1 and 2
Chopin: Nocturnes Op 55 Nos 1 and 2
Chopin: Barcarolle Op 60
Schultz-Evler: Concert Arabesques on the Beautiful Blue Danube

Tickets: £12 . Reduced prices available. Telephone 0151 339 7326

 
Monday
7th February
19:30
SUTTON COLDFIELD, UK
Past Event
 
Sutton Coldfield Town HALL
Venue: Sutton Coldfield Town Hall,
Upper Clifton Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham B73 6AB

Piers Lane in recital with violinist Tasmin Little

for Sutton Coldfield Philharmonic Society

Programme:
Brahms - Sonatensatz
Elgar - Sonata
- Interval -
Delius - Sonata No.2
Beethoven - "Kreutzer" Sonata Sutton

 
Saturday
5th February
19:30
LONDON
Past Event
 
Hall One photo: R. Bryant

Venue: KINGS PLACE, Hall One
90 York Way, London N1 9AG

Kings Place Website



CHAMBER MUSIC
An unmissable evening of chamber music Tasmin Little gathers together world-renowned musical friends to play two of the greatest pieces ever written for chamber ensemble. Experience the whole gamut of emotions, from the poetry and pure joy of Schubert's Trout Quintet to the searing emotion of Messaien's Quartet for the End of Time.

Tasmin Little (violin)
Joan Enric Luna (clarinet)
David Le Page (viola)
Paul Watkins (cello)
Graham Mitchell (double bass)
Piers Lane (piano)

Programme:
Schubert: Piano Quintet in A, D667 'Trout'
Messiaen: Quatuor pour la fin du temps

 
Friday
4th February
19:30
LONDON
Past Event
 
Hall One photo: Keith Paisley

Venue: KINGS PLACE, Hall One
90 York Way, London N1 9AG

Kings Place Website



"From the Devil to the Dance"
From the notoriously demanding Devil's Trill Sonata to the unstoppable Spanish rhythm of Szymanowski's Tarantelle, this programme is packed with sumptuous works for violin including the one of the greatest of Beethoven's works for violin and piano, the monumental Kreutzer Sonata, to perhaps the most romantic of all violin and piano partnerships, Cesar Franck’s Sonata in A Major.

Piers and Tasmin Little (violin)

Programme:
Tartini: Devil's Trill Sonata
Beethoven: Sonata in A, Op. 47 Kreutzer
Frank: Sonata in A
Szymanowski: Notturno e Tarantelle

 
January 2011
 
Monday
31st January
20:00
LONDON
Past Event
 

Putney Music Club
Venue: Putney Music Club
Dryburgh Hall
Putney Leisure Centre
Dryburgh Road
Putney
London
SW15 1BL

Music Club website
The celebrated clarinettist Michael Collins in conversation with Vice-President Piers Lane.
 
Saturday
29th January
 
CHICHESTER - 2 performances: 16:00 and 19:00
Past Event
 
CHICHESTER
Minerva Studio Theatre
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre
Minerva Theatre



Link to the Theatre Website

Sadly both performances Already Sold Out.
Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Monday
24th January
19:30
LONDON
Past Event
 
London
Wigmore Hall
 
 
Piers Lane Solo Recital

Programme:
FRANZ SCHUBERT: A selection of German Dances, Ländler and Sentimental Waltzes.
JOHANNES BRAHMS : Four Piano Pieces Op 119
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Sonata No.31 in A flat major for Piano, Op.110
--- INTERVAL ---
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No.1 in G minor Op.23
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 2 in F Op. 38
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 3 in Ab major Op.47
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52

 
Friday
21st January
tbc
LONDON
Past Event
 
 
Reform Club Pall Mall London
Venue: The Reform Club, Pall Mall
Start Time: TBC
Piers Lane with the Doric String Quartet

Programme:
ROBERT SCHUMANN: Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op. 44
 
Monday
17th January
19:30
BEACONSFIELD, Berks.
Past Event
 
 
Beaconsfield High School

Beaconsfield Concerts
Beaconsfield Music Society
Venue: Beaconsfield High School
Wattleton Road Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1RR.

Piers Lane Solo Recital

Programme:
FRANZ SCHUBERT: A selection of German Dances, Ländler and Sentimental Waltzes.
JOHANNES BRAHMS : Four Piano Pieces Op 119
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Sonata No.31 in A flat major for Piano, Op.110
--- INTERVAL ---
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No.1 in G minor Op.23
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 2 in F Op. 38
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 3 in Ab major Op.47
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52
 
Sunday
16th January
16:00
LINCOLN
Past Event
 
 
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
Venue: Lincoln Performing Arts Centre

University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
Lincoln
LN6 7TS

LPAC Enquiry Line: 01522 837600



Piers Lane Solo Recital

Programme:
FRANZ SCHUBERT: A selection of German Dances, Ländler and Sentimental Waltzes.
JOHANNES BRAHMS : Four Piano Pieces Op 119
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Sonata No.31 in A flat major for Piano, Op.110
--- INTERVAL ---
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No.1 in G minor Op.23
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 2 in F Op. 38
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 3 in Ab major Op.47
FREDERIC CHOPIN: Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52
 
Saturday
15th January
19:45
NORTHAMPTON
Past Event
 
NORTHAMPTON
Royal & Derngate Theatre
Venue: Royal & Derngate Theatre
Start Time: 19:45


Ticket Booking Information
Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.
 
Friday
14th January
19:45
NORTHAMPTON
Past Event
 
NORTHAMPTON
Royal & Derngate Theatre
Venue: Royal & Derngate Theatre
Start Time: 19:45


Ticket Booking Information
Piers Lane with Patricia Routledge.

Admission: One Shilling

Award-winning actress Patricia Routledge and international concert pianist Piers Lane tell the extraordinary story of Myra Hess and her famous wartime National Gallery concerts.