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Rhyl Music Club

North Wales International Concert Series 2017-18

7.30 pm October 4               Carducci Quartet

CarducciThe celebrated 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Award winners perform works by Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Beethoven's Op. 132

7.30 pm October 18                  Sam Haywood  piano

HaywoodSam is a regular partner of the acclaimed cellist Steven Isserlis and American violinist Joshua Bell. He returns to Rhyl to play Beethoven, Rachmaninov and Ravel.

7.30 pm November 1            Kathryn Williams  flute   Elinor Nicholson harp

WilliamsNicholsonThe recent RNCM graduates team up as a fine musical combination for a concert in association with Live Music Now.

7.30 pm November 15        Joo Yeon Sir violin Irena Andrievsky piano

Sir-AndrievskyBy popular demand, the Karl Jenkins Classical Music Award violinist joins her Russian-born colleague again to perform Corelli, Mozart, Britten, Schubert and Szymanowski.

7.30 pm November 29            Young Musicians Concert

Providing a platform for some of the latest and most gifted young talent from across North Wales as they aspire to follow careers in music

7.30 pm December 13                  Welsh Chamber Orchestra   Artistic Director Anthony Hose  

HoseSoloist Ellis Thomas piano

Full programme t.b.c. will include J.S.Bach's D minor piano concerto to be played by our local rising star.

7.30 pm January 10                       Dinara Klinton piano

KlintonLast season's great find, the outstanding Ukrainian pianist performs under the "András Schiff Presents" banner and her programme will include Bach-Busoni, Medtner, Beethoven and Liszt.


7.30 pm January 24            The McLachlan family

McLachlanChetham's Murray, Callum, Matthew and Rose each demonstrate their pianistic prowess in four of Mozart's piano quartets.

7.30 pm February 7                       Jonathan Radford saxophone Kaoli Ono piano

RadfordOnoThe highly gifted saxophonist on the prestigious Making Music AYCA scheme is joined by the equally impressive Kaoli from the Conservatoire de Lyon.

7.30 pm February 21           Isata, Konya and Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

isataFollowing her performance here last year with brothers Sheku and Braimah, Isata returns with two of her piano-playing sisters from this incredible family. Their programme will include Ravel's "Gaspard" with the three poems on which it is based.

7.30 pm March 7                 Jonathan Richards guitar    with Syrinx recorders

The well established North Wales musicians bring a varied programme of musical styles from the Elizabethan era to the jazz age.

7.30 pm March 21                         Harriet Mackenzie Trio

MackenzieThe star violinist from Kosmos is accompanied by Sarah-Jane Bradley and Graham Walker to play works by Schubert, Dodgson and Beethoven for a fitting finale to the season.



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