"A Celebration of Music by Female Composers" with Soprano Katerina Mina & Pianist Andrea Benecke
A wonderful opportunity to listen to music by six female composers of the 19th, 20th & 21st centuries, including the World Premiere of British composer Rosemary Duxbury's piece "Kabir says...". The programme includes also song cycles by German composers Clara Schumann and Fanny Hensel-Mendelssohn, Viennese-born socialite Alma Mahler and Italian contemporary composer Carlotta Ferrari. German pianist and composer Andrea Benecke will also perform her very own piano pieces during the concert.
The programme, except R. Duxbury's World Premiere, has already been performed at SteinwayHaus Hamburg and the next day of this concert, on 26th February, it will be performed at SteinwayHaus Munich, with further plans to present it also in Vienna in Summer/Autumn 2016.
For more information about the musicians Soprano Katerina Mina, pianist Andrea Benecke and composers Rosemary Duxbury & Carlotta Ferrari, please visit their websites at www.katerinamina.com, www.konzertpiano.de, www.rosemaryduxbury.com & www.carlottaferrari.altervista.org respectively!
DOORS OPEN AT 18:30
St. Sepulchre-without-Newgate is located at the junction of Holborn Viaduct and Giltspur Street, opposite the Old Bailey.
Tube: St Paul's (Central), Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan), Blackfriars (District, Circle).
Train: City Thameslink is almost exactly opposite.
Bus: 8, 242, 56, 25
Parking: in streets around, and there are NCP carparks nearby in Saffron Hill and Aldersgate Street.
Don't forget to bring your printed ticket to the event!
Please note that refunds are not available unless the concert is cancelled.