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Undergraduate Recitals

This year’s undergraduate recital programme has now been announced. Recitals are open to the public and all take place in the Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall unless stated otherwise.

Monday 20 May

14:00-14:30 – Konstantina Pigada (guitar)
Heitor Villa Lobos – 5 Preludes

Thursday 23 May

14:25-14:50 – Alex Hornaday (kit percussion), with The Rastavecta Collective
Ornette ColemanTurnaround
McCoy TynerPassion Dance
Alex North, arr. Yusef Lateef – Love Theme from Spartacus
Freddie HubbardLittle Sunflower
Kenny GarrettWayne’s Thang

Wednesday 29 May

11:00-11:40 – Sammy Law (piano)
Beethoven – Piano Sonata in F Minor, op 2 no 1
Rachmaninoff – Prelude in E Flat Major, op 23 no 6
Brahms – Rhapsody in G Minor, op 79 no 2

14:10-14:50 – Elizabeth Wells (flute), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Georg Philip Telemann – Fantasia for Solo Flute no 1 in A Major
Hamilton Harty – In Ireland, Fantasy for Flute and Piano
Pierre-Octave Ferroud – Three Pieces for Solo Flute: Bergère Captive; Jade; Toan-Yan
Henri Dutilleux – Sonatine for Flute and Piano

In the CCCH Foyer
18:00-18:40 – Dave Edwards 
(bass guitar), with Hebe Elms (Violin), Elizabeth Wells (Flute), James Law (Kit Percussion), Rory Mann (Guitar), Olivia Little (vocals), Jasper Green (keys), Conor Jordan (electric guitar) and the Jazz Daleks
Joong-sam Yun and Jacob CollierOver the Horizon
Yves CarbonneHoly Spirit (second Verse)
Dave EdwardsTasty Shakes
Michael PipoquinhaPro Pipoquinha
Spirit FingersMaps
J. S. BachInvention in F minor
Dominique di PiazzaI Wait for the Lord
Dave EdwardsBaileys for Breakfast
Dave EdwardsCanadian National

Thursday 30 May

11:30-12:10 – Hebe Elms (violin), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Bartók – Romanian Folk Dances, for Violin and Piano
Schumann – Violin Sonata no 1
Françaix – Sonatine for Violin and Piano

13:40-14:20 – Miles Potts (baritone), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Roger QuilterThree Shakespeare Songs
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsSilent Noon; Linden Lea; The Vagabond
Peter WarlockTake, O take those lips away
Gustav HolstThe Heart Workships
Samuel Coleridge Taylor6 Sorrow Songs

16:20-17:00 – Alma Orr-Ewing (viola), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Paul Hindemith – Sonata for Viola and Piano, op 11 no 4
Rebecca Clarke – Sonata for Viola and Piano

Friday 31 May

11:30-11:55 – Clara Coslett (violin), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
KreislerSicilienne and Rigaudon
SmetanaAus Der Heimat
Clara Schumann – Romances (movements 1 and 2)
Gershwin, arr. Jasha Heifetz – ‘It Ain’t Necessarily So’ (from Borgy and Bess)

14:00-14:40 – Rachel Haddon (oboe), with Ross Large (oboe), Beth Blaxall (cor anglais) and Daniel Gordon (piano)
Alwyn – Sonata for Oboe and Piano
Finzi – Intermezzo for Oboe and Piano, op 21
Beethoven – Variations on ‘Là ci darem la mano’ (from Mozart’s Don Giovanni)

16:20-17:00 – Hannah Williams (clarinet), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Arnold Bax – Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
Robert Muczynski – Time Pieces (movements 1-3)
Norbert Burgmuller – Duo for Clarinet and Piano

Monday 3 June

In the CCCH Foyer
12:00-12:40 – James Bevan 
(saxophone), with with Jasper Green (piano), Dave Edwards (bass guitar) and James Law (drums)
Kenny WheelerSmatter
Kenny WheelerConsolation
Sam RiversBeatrice
Joe HendersonBlack Narcissus
Keith JarrettCountry
Wayne ShorterBlack Nile

In the CCCH Foyer
15:00-15:40 – James Law
(kit percussion), with Fergus Quill (bass), George MacDonald (piano), Nicholas Elmer (elecric guitar), Harry Fowler and Paul Smith (tenor saxophone), Tom Richards and Jonny Whitehead (alto saxophone), Naomi Gledhill (baritone saxophone), Dan Proctor, Danny Barley and Charlie Knighton (trombone), Adam Chard (bass trombone) and Matt Robinson, Rich Hodgson and Ciaran Diston (trumpet)
Johnny Hodges, arr. Ray BrownSquatty Roo
Christian McBrideShade of the Cedar Tree
Mose DavisJan Jan
Neal HeftiCute
Richard Lee Cowan EvansThe First Thing I Do
Trad. Spiritual, arr. Oliver NelsonDown by the Riverside

18:05-18:45 – Wut Tste (percussion), with  George Topham (marimba and snare drum), Isaac Carstensen (marimba), Alice Bhowmick (marimba) and Kathy Ng (piano)
Emmanuel SejourneVenin
Alice GomezGitano (movement 1)
Pietro Mascagni, arr. Eriko Daimo – Intermezzo, from Cavalleria Rusticana
T. MuramatsuLand
Ivan Trevino2+1
Piano ParticlesReel
Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Kaboom PercussionSummer

Tuesday 4 June

In the CCCH Foyer
12:00-12:40 – Henry Weekes
(saxophone), with Jasper Green (keyboards), Dave Edwards (double bass), James Law (drums), Gwenno Morgan (harp) and James Heaton (trumpet)
John Coltrane – Naima
Matthew HalsallFletcher Moss Park
Keith JarrettThe Windup
Dexter GordonCheese Cake
Jimmy Van HeusenDarn That Dream
Binker Golding and Moses BoydFete by the River
Nubya GarciaLost Kingdoms

In the CCCH Foyer
15:10-15:35 – Olivia Little 
(vocals), with Angus Alphonse (keys), Dave Edwards (bass guitar), James Law (drums), Callum Quinn (double bass), Jack Fogarty (keys), Henry Weekes (tenor saxophone), and James Heaton (trumpet)
Clare FischerMorning
Paul Francis Weber and Sonny BurkeBlack Coffee
Jimmy Rowles and Norma WinstoneThe Peacocks (A Timeless Place)
Irving BerlinSupper Time
Arthur Schwartz and Howard DietzYou and the Night and the Music
Christine Tobin and Phil Robson, transcr. Stef Conner, arr. Louise GibbsNight Talking

In the CCCH Foyer
17:30-17:55 – Natasha Andrews (vocals), with SeungMin Lee, Alex Bush and Lizzie Berchie (backing vocals), Tim Burtenshaw (drums), Rob McNicholas (electric guitar), Ozzie Parker (piano), Joshua Williams (bass guitar) and Sam Norris (saxophone)
From Doubts to Resolutions
Charlotte Day WilsonDoubt
Joss StoneLady
YebbaMy Mind
Georgia Van EttenSugar
Tori KellyMasterpiece

Thursday 6 June

11:30-12:10 – Lewis Hammond (cello), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Viktor SuslinChanson Contre Raison
Gaspar Cassado – Suite for Solo Cello (movement 1)
Claude Debussy – Sonata for Cello and Piano

14:10-14:50 – Emma Deacon (french Horn), with Elizabeth Wells (flute), Gwenno Morgan (harp), and Daniel Gordon (piano)
Mozart – Horn Concerto no 3, KV447 (movement 1)
Carl Reinecke – Notturno, op 112
Volker David Kirchner – ‘Lamento d’Orfeo’ (from Tre Poemi)
Georges BarboteuEsquisse
Richard Strauss – Horn Concerto no 1, op 11

16:20-17:00 – Imogen Creedy (soprano), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Lili BoulangerLes Reflets
Frederick Delius – 2 Songs
Francis PoulencMétamorphoses
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsDreamland
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsThe Sky above the Roof
William WaltonFaçade (solo version)
Alfred BacheletChère Nuit

Friday 7 June

14:00-14:40 – Emma Arnold (mezzo-soprano), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
Joseph HaydnThe Mermaid’s Song
Georges Bizet – ‘Douce Mer’ (from Vingt mélodies)
Franz SchubertAuf dem Wasser zu Singen
Edward ElgarSea Pictures

16:40-17:20 – Kitty Bazalgette (soprano), with Hebe Elms and Gemma Cselko (violins), Alma Orr-Ewing (viola), Jessica Jennings (cello), Imogen Creedy, Florence Rivington, Bertie Yates, Kit Orange and Benjamin Palmer (vocalists) and Daniel Gordon (piano)
Charles Villiers StanfordThe Bluebird
George Frederic Handel – ‘Oh that I on wings could rise’ (from Theodora)
Mozart – ‘Si promette facilmente’ (from La finta giardinera)
Clara Schumann – Sechs Lieder, op 13
Jacques Offenbach – ‘Elle a fui la tourterelle’ (from Les Contes d’Hoffman)
Henri DuparcChanson triste
Frank BridgeLove went a-riding

Monday 10 June

14:00-14:30 – Martino Bazzoli (trumpet), with Daniel Gordon (piano)
J. N. Hummel – Trumpet concert in E flat (movement 1)
K. Kennan – Sonata for trumpet and piano
A. Goedicke – Concert Étude

Tuesday 11 June

12:00-12:40 – Weng-Lam Ng (piano), with Wut Tse (percussion)
J.S Bach – Fuga 14, in F sharp major (WTK book 1)
J. Haydn – Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI: 49
Bartok – Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm
Chopin – Nocturne op 9 no 2
Steffen WickReel

14:30-15:00 – Niamh Quinlivan (soprano), with Lewis Hammond (cello), Konstantina Pigada (guitar), Sarah Cooper (flute) and Daniel Gordon (piano, chamber organ, and harpsichord)
PurcellSweeter than Roses (Pausanias, Z585/1)
Bach – Cantata no 82
Handel – ‘Piangero la sorte mia’ (from Giulio Cesare in Egitto, HWV17)
Vivaldi – ‘Alleluia’ (from Nulla in mundo pax, RV630)

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