7-30pm Saturday 14 March 2020
Double Bass & Piano recital
Bassoon & Piano recital
BBC Young Musician 2018 Strings Finalist.
Haslemere String Competition winner 2019
British bassist Will Duerden from Horsham is the first prize Winner of the Peter Morrison Concerto Competition in 2018. He has won a number of national competitions, including the 1st and 2nd prize at the Haslemere String Competition, 1st Prize at the Birmingham Bass day Competition and the Walter Todds Award at the 2018 BBC Young Musician of the year as well as being the second bassist to become a string finalist in 30 years. After finishing his studies at Horsham Greenway Academy, he went on to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Professor Caroline Emery, with whom he is now continuing his studies with at the Royal College of Music. He has been admitted to the Royal College of Music with the ABRSM Scholarship and has had the honour of being selected to be a Drake Caleja Scholar. Will has the honour of playing on a Carlo Loveri Doubles from Naples 1874.
Robert Schumann – Adagio and Allegro Op 70
Emil Tabakov – Motivy
Giovanni Bottesini – Adagio Melancholico et Appassionata
Franz Schubert – Nacht und Traüme
Cesar Franck – Sonata in A, Movements 1 & 2
Stuart Sankey – Carmen Fantasy
Ana Docolin (bassoon)
Ana comes from a musical family in Targu Mures in central Romania and was recently Co-principal Bassoon with Southbank Sinfonia. She studied first at the Mary Erskine School in Edinburgh then at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Academy of Music.
As a chamber musician Ana has performed at venues across London including the Barbican Hall as part of the Sound Unbound Festival. Ana enjoyed working with artists such as Sir Simon Rattle, Semyon Bychkov, Nicola Benedetti, Vladimir Jurowski, Pablo Herras Cassado, Imogen Cooper, Marin Alsop, Sir Mark Elder, Benjamin Grosvenor and many more.
Robert Schumann – Fantesie Stucke – Zart un mit ausdruc
Edward Elgar – Romance
Henri Dutilleux – Sarabande et Cortege
Astor Piazolla – Muerte del Angel
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Sonata for bassoon and cello (double bass)
Jennifer Carter (piano)
Jennifer Carter is a highly respected pianist and accompanist who assists Ishani Bhoola with the Haslemere String Competition. She won the Queen Mary II accompanists prize at the Guildhall, and has now been made an accompanist for Junior and Senior Guildhall, the Royal College of Music and the Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music. She was the first person to be awarded a further extension of her fellowship at the Roryal College of Music for an unprecedented third year. She has now been made a Concordia Artist. She performed for TBS with Ishani in 2015.
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