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Glynde Place Concert Series 2019 - Aleksey Semenenko (violin) and Inna Firs...

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The Glynde Place Concert Series features musicians from the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme. These young artists are at the start of their national and international music careers and are invited by BBC Radio 3 to be part of the NGA scheme for two years.

The New Generation Artists perform all over the world in festivals and concert halls. However, for three evenings in the early summer, a few of them can be seen here in the intimate surroundings of Glynde Place.

An Evening Concert with Aleksey Semenenko & Inna Firsova

Aleksey Semenenko New Generation Artists 2017-2019

Born in Odessa, Aleksey Semenenko began his violin studies at the age of six. Only a year later, he performed Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in A minor with the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra. He has gone on to perform as a soloist with the Moscow Virtuosi, the Kiev National Orchestra, the Junge Philharmonie in Cologne and the Sinfonietta Hungarica. After winning the 2012 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, he presented debut recitals at Merkin Concert Hall, New York City and The Kennedy Centre, Washington DC. A keen chamber musician, Semenenko founded the Stolyarsky String Quartet, which has so far given recitals in Russia, the Ukraine, France, Malta and Switzerland.

Since 2003, Inna Firsova has been a junior student at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater in the class of Prof. Grigory Gruzman, where she was a scholarship holder of the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation. She continued her studies with Prof. Gruzman at the Music Gymnasium Schloss Belvedere in Weimar, which she completed with a high school diploma. At the same time she reached two first prizes in the competition "Jugend musiziert" in the categories "duo violin and piano" and "woodwind and piano


  • E Grieg: Sonata No. 2 in G major, Op. 13 No. 2

  • M Ravel: Sonata No. 2 in G major, No. 2

  • E Ysaye: Sonata No. 6 in E major Op. 27 No. 6

  • R Wagner: Albumblatt

  • P Tchaikovsky: Romanza in F minor. Song without words

  • K Szymanovski: Myth - La fontaine d'Arethuse Op. 30, M. 29

  • M Ravel: Tzigane

Glynde Place reserves the right to change the programme. Tickets are non-refundable unless Glynde Place cancels or changes the date of the event.

Ticket Purchase

You can purchase tickets online from this page by clicking on the ticket button at the top of the page. However if you would like to pay by cheque or cash, see below.

If you would like to attend all three concerts you can buy a season ticket. The ticket saves you £5 per concert and also reserves a seat for you at the front.

By Cheque
Cheques must be made out to "Glynde Estates" (not Glynde Place) and sent to: Glynde Estates, The Estate Office, Glynde Place, Glynde, East Sussex, BN8 6SX.

Please make sure you tell us what tickets you are purchasing and your names. If you want confirmation of purchase please provide us with your email or telephone number. Tickets will be at the door and not posted out.

By Cash / In Person
Please come to the Estate office during opening hours (M-F 9-5pm).


The concert will start at 7pm sharp and finish around 8.45 - 9pm, with an interval part way through. The doors open at 6.30pm. The house and gardens are open from 5pm as will be the bar.

Please be here early to ensure that the performance can start on time.


If you are wondering what to do before the concert you would be most welcome to come and have a picnic in the garden and enjoy the views across the park towards the Weald and Downs.

The grounds and garden will be open from 5pm. The bar will be open too if you have forgotten anything to drink.

Please note that there is no wet weather cover, other than trees, and not much seating either.


What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

By Train
You can travel directly to Glynde on Southern Railway from Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne. Failing that, train to Lewes and then a short taxi ride to Glynde (or wait for the Glynde connection).

By Car
If coming via the A27 drive through the village, past the church and on past the main entrance to Glynde Place and then turn right through the park entrance. It coming via Glyndebourne turn left into the park entrance.

By Foot
You can also walk over Mount Caburn from Lewes. It will take about 1.5 hours and bring you down by the main entrance.

Do you have wheel chair access?

Access to the house is not easy for wheel chair users. The main entrance is up four sets of stairs that are not ramped or handrailed. The concerts are held in the Gallery on the first floor and which is only accessible by a wide staircase.

Please contact the office if you require more information and assistance in this matter.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Call the office on 01273 858224 or info@glynde.co.uk.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

All tickets may be transferred but please notify the office (01273 858224 or info@glynde.co.uk).

Is my ticket refundable?

We do not refund tickets (unless we have had to cancel a concert). However you may pass onto another person for their use. See above for details.

Can I bring my dog?

Assistance dogs are welcome but otherwise dogs are not allowed into the garden for this event.

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