2021 Recitals announced – from Bach to Poulenc

It will be marvellous to be back at Stowe soon, and our tutors have now announced their recitals.

First we’ll hear from Karl Lutchmayer, who will play Mendelssohn’s Variations sérieuses, Op.54, Alkan’s Le Festin d’Esope Op 39 No 12, Busoni’s  Variations on a Chopin Prelude,  and Liszt’s Totentanz.

Christine Stevenson will be next, performing Beethoven – 6 Variations on the aria “Nel cor più non mi sento”   WoO 70, Schubert – Sonata in A Minor D784, Liszt - Chapelle de Guillaume Tell from Années de pèlerinage – Première année – Suisse, J S Bach – Andante from Sonata in D minor, BWV 964, Brahms – Sarabande WoO 5 No 1, Felix Mendelssohn – Fantasie Op 16 No 2 and three Liszt transcriptions –

Schubert/Liszt – Wohin? No 5 From Müllerlieder von Franz Schubert, S.565, Schumann/Liszt – Widmung No 1 from Myrthen, S. 566 and  Wagner/Liszt – Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde.

Daniel Hill starts his recital with Schumann’s Papillons Op 2, and then will be joined  by baritone Brian White in Schumann’s wonderful song cycle, Dichterliebe.  He’ll conclude his programme with Liszt’s  Funérailles.

Finally – a Poulenc bonanza! Ann Martin-Davis is joined by Brian White in Poulenc’s Le Bestiaire for voice and piano, and then she joins forces with Graham Fitch in a performance of  Poulenc’s Piano Sonata for Four Hands. And she has other Poulenc treats in store ….



Pictured above – Poulenc at the piano.