Online Concerts


Watch our previous concerts by clicking below


You can watch a recording of the 2nd concert from our 

 Beethoven 250th Anniversary Festival 

by clicking on the link below

3rd Lockdown – Online Series 2021

Saturday 27th March, 6.30pm GMT

A Harp Concert by Noelia Cotuna



Concert premiered on 11th April, 6.30pm GMT

Deste Piano Trio



Concert premiered on 13th March, 6.30pm GMT

Click on the link below to watch the concert….

Little Venice Ensemble

Guitar, Violin and Cello Trio

Concert premiered on 27th February, 2021

Online concert premiered on 13th February, 2021


Online Concert premiered on 30th January, 2021

Beethoven 250th Anniversary Festival

2nd Lockdown – Online Series

Click on this link to watch our concert streamed on the 28th of November

Featuring Violin Duo

Nadine Galea and Reggie Clews

Click on the link below to watch a Baroque Concert streamed on 21st November


Mercè Bruguera (mezzosoprano), Maxim Del Mar (violin) and Callum Anderson (harpsichord)

Click on the link below to watch a Flute and Piano duo concert premiered on Saturday 14th November


Katie Sazanova (flute) and Guy Murgatroyd (piano)

Click on the link below to watch this concert from Satruday 7th November 6.30pm onwards


João Paulo Ferreira counter-tenor accompanied by João Santos ; solo pianist Victor Asuncion who is a Steinway artist; Giorgio Serci and Pedro Velasco (guitarists- fado duo)


13th Concert of our Online Series

Saturday,11th July, 6.30pm


Michael Temporal Darell (Baritone) and Francesca Lauri (piano) in a vocal and piano recital

From Bach to Bernstein



Mache dich mein Herze rein   – JS Bach from St. Matthew Passion BWV 244

Liederkreis op. 24 – Schumann

Oh what a beautiful morning – R Rodgers

Lonely Town – Bernstein

Prelude and Fugue in C# minor – JS Bach (piano solo)

Nocturne in C minor op 48 No. 1 – Chopin (piano solo)

12th concert of our Online Series


Irina Lyakhovskaya (pianist)


Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonata No. 2 in G major, op. 49 

Kreisler – Rachmaninov : Liebeslied

Johannes Brahms : Sonata No. 3 in F minor, op. 5

11th Online Concert


The Violin and Cello Duo

 Arda Karakaya and Helena Švigelj 


Antonin Dvorak: Humoresque

Émile Goué: Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 3

I Animé

II Très lent

III Très vif

Astor Piazzolla: Histoire du Tango

Bordello 1900

Cafe 1930

Jules Massenet: Meditation from Thais

George Frideric Handel/Johan Halvorsen: Passacaglia for Violin and Cello

 10th Online Concert


19 International Pianists performing

Peter Seabourne’s ‘Libro di Canti Italiano’ which is the  fourth of his piano series – ‘Steps’

List of pianists in order of performance and piece they will be performing

Fabio Menchetti – Canto della vita

Sarah Vella – Domande

Alessandro Viale – Viaggio di notte

Giulia Grassi – Piccolo canto d’amore tremante

Isabella Gori – Piccolo canto delle gocce di pioggia

Francesca Fierro -Canto i miei sogni

Emanuele Stracchi – Passi sbagliati – canzone bacchica

Paoli Rinaldi – Canto della ragazza da Toulouse

Chantal Balestri – Canto delle farfalle

Laetitia Amodio – Carillon triste

Francesca Lauri – Canto d’ammunitamento

Barbara Panzarella – Notturno

Simone Rugani – Canto burbero

Daphne Delicata – Canto lontano

Julian Chan – Anche gli uccelli

Andrea Emmanuele – Canto oscuro

Alvaro Siculiana – Canto delle foglie cadenti

Giordano de Nisi – Canzonetta in stile antico

Ettore Strangio – Canto giocoso

“Libro di Canti Italiano” is the fourth in Peter Seabourne’s “Steps” piano series, a cycle of 19 piano pieces lasting some 50 minutes. The collection explores aspects of the Italian temperament – passion, spontaneity, extroversion, even a little subversiveness and mutiny – in a series of “songs without words”. Some of these explore these themes directly, whilst others have sub-plots and subsidiary connections. The work opens and closes with “songs” of joy and vitality but in between we find a kaleidoscope of colours, moods and atmospheres – everything from falling leaves to an insistent little bird; from dreams to drunkenness; from raindrops to a sad carillon. These often call for virtuosity, but also tenderness and poetry. Throughout there is great rhythmic inventiveness and strong characterisation, but unlike much contemporary writing this music always remains approachable and immediate.

British composer Peter Seabourne is 60 in a few months time. He suffered a 13 year silence in mid-career and disowned all his earlier work upon resuming in 2001. The piano has become central to his output. He is now often performed worldwide, with several international prizes, many CDs, broadcasts and reviews. His music is accessible, but with integrity, and his language is instantly identifiable. He follows his own stylistic path.

“A composer of immense emotional clout” [Classical Reviewer]
“Ambitious, questing and pointedly European in outlook, the music of Peter Seabourne avoids easy answers. Clearly Seabourne is a composer with whom to reckon, his music combining a demonstrably Romantic rhetoric with an always audible and yet never facile approach to tonality.” [Musical Opinion]

9th Online Concert

Featuring Violin Duo

Anja Jamsek and Ben Richardson


C. de Beriot: Duo Concertante no. 3, op. 57

J.S.  Bach : Double Violin Concerto in d minor,

BWV 1043 – 2nd movement

Philip Telemann: Sonata in G Major (from Three Duets)


Watch our 8th Online Concert


Briona Mannion (violin)


William Fielding (piano) 


J.S. Bach  – Prelude and Fugue (TBC) (piano solo)

C. Debussy – Sonata for violin and piano. L. 148 (140)

Allegro Vivo

Intermède. Fantastique et léger

Finale. Très animé

S. Prokofiev – Five Melodies, Op. 35

J. Brahms – Hungarian Dance No. 1

 7th Online Concert


Richard Allen (harp)


Maxim Del Mar (violin)

Harp Programme

Hamilton Harty – Prelude No.1 from Spring Fancies

Claude Debussy – Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque

Marcel Grandjany – Rhapsodie

Violin Programme

Heinrich Biber (1644-1704)

Mystery Sonatas (aka Rosary Sonatas)

No. 1 in D Minor – The Annunciation

No.14. in D major – The Assumption of the Virgin Mary

Violin and Harp Programme

JS Bach – Siciliana from Sonata in Eb BWV 1031

Edward Elgar – Salut d’amour Op.12


 6th Online Concert


Desireé Quintano (cello) and Stefan Calleja (violin) 

Accompanied by Stephanie Quintano (piano)


Nicolo Paganini –  Duo Concertante No. 1 for Violin and Cello

Rachmaninoff/Kresiler – Preghiera (from Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.2 – Second Movement)

Popper – Hungarian Rhapsody Op. 68

DeFalla/Kreisler – Danse Espagnole

Shostakovich – 5 Pieces for 2 Violins (arr. for Violin and Cello)

 5th Online Concert

Featuring guitarist 

Alexander Hart


JS Bach (1685-1750)

BWV 1005

Adagio, Largo, Allegro Assai

Miguel Llobet (1878-1938)

Theme and Variations

William Walton (1902-1983)

Bagatelles 1-5

Click on the link below to watch our 4th Online Concert  which was streamed on
 Saturday 18th April at 6.30pm


Duo Ardoré

Rebecca Raimondi (violin)


Alessandro Viale (piano) 

Programme 18 April 2020

Ferdinand Ries 

Grande sonate pour le piano forté avec violon obligé Op. 83 in D major

(Allegro con brio, Andantino con moto, Rondo. Allegro Vivace) [1808]

Ludwig van Beethoven 

Sonate pour le piano forte avec un violon Op. 24 in F major

(Allegro, Adagio molto espressivo, Scherzo. Allegro molto, Rondo. Allegro ma non troppo) [1800]

The instruments that will be used during this performance are an 1814 John Broadwood & Sons square piano and an 18th Century Johann Gottfried Hamm violin on loan from the HfMdK (Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main).




Peter Fenech (viola) and Francesca Lauri Menta (piano)


2 Movements from Cello Suite No. 4                     JS Bach                     viola solo

               Nocturne op;. 48 No. 1 in C minor           Chopin                      piano solo

               Capriccio ‘Hommage a Paganini’             Vieuxtemps             viola solo

               La Maja y el ruisenor                                    Granados                 piano solo

               Oblivion                                                            Piazzolla                   viola and                                                                                                                                            piano


2nd Online Concert

Valentina Scheldhofen Ciardelli (double bass)

Alvaro Siculiana (piano)



Preludio di Traviata                                                              G. Verdi

Questo Amor, Vergogna mia – from opera Edgar        G.Puccini

Ständchen                                                                                F. Schubert

Intermezzo – from Opera Goyescas                                 E. Granados

Blessed Relief                                                                         F. Zappa

Absolutely Free                                                                      F. Zappa

Elegia in Re                                                                              G. Bottesini

Contrabajeando                                                                     A. Piazzolla

Watch Our 1st Online Concert streamed on 28 March 


Two Cellists Urska Horvat and Thibault Blanchard Dubois