City Music Foundation Launches First Music Residency!
City Music Foundation joins The Wallace Collection to invite 5 CMF Artists and ensembles to perform an eclectic programme of lunchtime concerts in the glorious surroundings of the Great Gallery in the Wallace Collection.
As part of the Artistic Mentoring Programme CMF, particularly the Artist Manager, work to expand CMF Artists’ horizons; booking concerts, recording CDs, organising professional photo and video shoots, as well as organising the professional development workshops for the Business Mentoring Programme.
So we thought it would be exciting to expand our own horizons too. This week long residency is a celebration and promotion of the talent CMF encourages. 5 different CMF Artists including a string quartet, accordionist, saxophone quartet, violin and piano duo and classical guitarist will perform a programme curated themselves.
The programme can be seen below, admission is free and we hope to see you all there!
Monday 25th – Kaleidoscope Saxophone Quartet
- Grieg – Holberg Suite (1884)
- Jenni Watson – Tinged (2015)
- James MacMillan – Intercession (1991)
- Django Bates – My First Scooter (1996)
- Paul Patterson – Diversions (1976)
Tuesday 26th – Andrey Lebedev
- Giuliani – Grand Overture (1809)
- Bach – Lute Suite-Number 2 (1740-1881)
- Villa-Lobos – Preludes (1940)
Wednesday 27th – Foyle-Štšura Duo
- Schubert – Sonata for piano and violin in A major D574 ‘Grand Duo’ (1817)
- Prokofiev – Five Melodies for violin and piano Op. 35a (1920-25)
- Gabriel Fauré – Sonata No. 1 in A major for violin and piano Op. 13 (1877)
Thursday 28th – Bartosz Glowacki
- Scarlatti – Sonatas in E minor K.98 and A major K.208 (1685-1757)
- Arvo Pärt: Pari Intervallo (1996)
- Trojan – The Destroyed Cathedral (1958)
- Petri Makkonen – Flight Beyond The Time
- Viatcheslav Semionov – S.O.S (2011)
- Piazzolla – History of the Tango (1986)
- Piazzolla – Libertango (1974)
- Haydn – Op. 20 No. 6 in A major (1772)
- Schumann – Piano Quintet in E flat, Op.44 (1842)