Rachel Roberts looks forward to joining Tim Horton, Adrian Brendel and the other festival musicians at Plush next week. Full details of the concerts she is involved in can be found here. You will also find information about her forthcoming Wigmore Hall concert with Steven Isserlis, Alexander Melnikov, Isabelle Faust and Katharine Gowers on the 17 November at 7:30 pm, which is the night before her recital with Julian Milford for Sutton Valence Music Society.
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Simon's recital on the 24th August at 8pm will be broadcast live on Deutschlandfunk Kultur radio from the festival’s main venue, the stunning Husum Castle.
Tonight’s audience at Church Stretton Festival have a huge treat in store, when they will be able to hear this wonderful new creation from Huw Watkins alongside Brahms Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, op. 114 and Schubert Piano Trio no. 2 in E flat major, D. 929
We are thrilled to be able to report that the Montenegrin Guitar Duo's second Bach English Suites disc is in this month's Naxos Top Ten Bestsellers. Many congratulations to the duo.
On tonight's programme, Robert Worby presents highlights from Sonorities 2018 - Belfast's important festival of electronic music which is held every two years. In April this year, Robert Plane was involved in a series of concerts at the festival covering a wide range of repertoire including Boulez's Dialogue de l’ombre double for Clarinet and Electronics. Robert's performance of 'A Celestial Breath' by Chris Malloy features in tonight's programme.
In this film, Daniel takes us to beautiful Twente in the Netherlands, and to the ancient village of Stift where he grew up. We go inside the intimate 14th-century village church where many of the festival's concerts are held and on a tour of this beautiful location. As Daniel explains, the theme for Stift Festival 2018 - 26th August to 2nd September - is 'Intimate Letters'. There is a parallel theme of 'Nature'. Not to be missed! Festival website for Stift Festival 2018 - 26th August to 2nd September - and ticket information