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Winter Recitals Wallingford returns for a sixth season!

Pianist Anita D’Attellis presents four evening recitals, with one concert giving a platform to talented young performers.  Since it began in 2018, the Winter Recitals series has raised over £16,000 for charity. 

 

WRW24 will be raising funds for St. Mary’s Roof Appeal Fund and Sue Ryder.

 

 

 

 

 

Do come and join us for music-making of the highest calibre, performed in the warm, atmospheric setting of St. Mary’s Church.  All recitals start at 7:30pm. 

 

Advanced tickets can be purchased below:

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WRW Performances 2024:

Saturday 20th January

Rhapsody

Debussy - Rhapsody

Piazzolla - Oblivion

Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (excerpts)

Iain Farrington - Paganini Patterns

Coates - Saxo-Rhapsody 

Rachmaninov - 18th Variation from Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

 Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2 (arr. Farrington)

Huw Wiggin - Saxophone

Anita D'Attellis - piano

Rhapsody
Huw Wiggin, Anita D'Attellis, Winter Recitals, Wallingford, saxophone, piano

Saturday 3rd February

Mozart and Beyond

Poulenc – Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

Saint-Saëns – The Swan from Carnival of the Animals, arr. Thomas Stacy

Saint-Saëns – Bassoon Sonata in G major, op.168

Richard Bissil - Fat Belly Blues

Mozart - Quintet for Piano and Winds in E-flat major, K.452

Helen Turnbull - oboe/cor anglais

Caro Owen - clarinet

Simon de Souza - french horn

Sarah Whibley - bassoon

Anita D’Attellis - piano 

Mozart and Beyond
Winter Recitals, Wallingford, Anita D'Attellis, Caro Owen, Sarah Whibley, Helen Turnbull, Simon de Souza, Mozart, Wind Quintet

Saturday 17TH February

Please note: There is a change to the advertised programme

Piano Trios

Schubert – Piano Trio in E-flat major, D.897 "Nottorno"

Beethoven – Piano Trio no.5 in D major, op.70, no.1, "Ghost"

Brahms – Piano Trio no.1 in B major, op.8

Nicole Wilson - violin

Leandro Silvera - cello

Anita D’Attellis - piano

Piano Trios
Youth 24

Saturday 2nd March 

Bring on The Youth!

Talented young musicians take centre stage

Hannah Bates - saxophone (guest soloist)

Musicians from Queen Anne’s School

Anita D’Attellis - accompanist

 

Hannah will be playing pieces by Itturalde and John Williams

 

Queen Anne’s School will provide the remainder of the programme, including piano works by Mozart, Beethoven and Ginastera, the ever-popular Bruch violin concerto, and York Bowen’s romantic flute sonata. There are some beautiful pieces by Brahms and Clara Schumann, as well as an energetic piano trio by the Bohemian composer Smetana.

Winter Recitals, Wallingford, Anita D'attellis, Hannah Bates, saxophone, Queen Anne's
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