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Concerts take place at St Christopher’s Church, Wey Hill, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 1DD
All concerts start at 7.30 pm

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Saturday 6th October 2018


Lucy Gould: violin
Richard Lester: cello
Benjamin Frith: piano

James MacMillan: Piano Trio No. 2
Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
Beethoven: Piano Trio in B flat major ‘The Archduke

Gould Piano Trio-HHH Concerts

The Gould Piano Trio, directly compared by the Washington Post to the great Beaux Arts Trio for their ‘musical fire’ and ‘dedication to the genre’, have remained at the forefront of the international chamber music scene for a quarter of a century.
They are familiar to listeners to BBC Radio 3 and have made many appearances at London’s Wigmore Hall, where in this past season they performed a Beethoven cycle to celebrate 25 years since their first appearance at this iconic venue. The trio has made extensive tours of North America, the Far East, New Zealand and Sweden, with concerts throughout Europe.

Saturday 27th October


Supported by the Countess of Munster Trust

Brahms: Sonata No. 2 in A major
Claude Pascal: Sonata No. 2

Emmanuel Bach - HHH concerts

Emmanuel Bach attended the Royal Grammar School Guildford and then read Music at Magdalen College Oxford before studying at the Royal College of Music. There he completed a masters degree studying with Natasha Boyarsky as an H R Taylor Trust Scholar. He has performed at venues including the Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, and St James’s Piccadilly, and was a prizewinner in major string and violin competitions.
Emmanuel currently leads the Bach String Quartet, and gave the first public performance in the UK of Lennox Berkeley's Violin Sonata No. 1. He is one of fourteen selected artists on the Countess of Munster Recital Scheme.

Saturday 8th December


Nicolas Van Kuijk: violin
Sylvain Favre-Bulle: violin
Emmanuel François: viola
François Robin: cello

Beethoven: String Quartet Op. 18, No. 3
Mozart: Divertimento in F major, K 247
Ravel: String Quartet in F major

Van Kuijk Quartet - HHH concerts

This French quartet founded in 2012 has already made its debuts at Europe’s most prestigious concert halls. They were BBC New Generation Artists in 2015 - 2017, prizewinners in the Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in 2015, and laureates of the Aix-en-Provence Festival Academy. Last season saw a number of important international appearances, including in North America, Hong Kong, Australia and Taiwan, as well as at the Berlin Philharmonie and the BBC Proms.

Saturday 9th February 2019


Manus Noble: guitar
Jehanne Bastoni: cello

Luigi Boccherini
Enrique Granados
Manuel de Falla
and others

Duo Antipodes - HHH concerts

Irish guitarist Manus Noble was privately taught by Craig Ogden before entering the Royal Academy of Music, from where he graduated with first class honours. He has given recitals and master classes at many important guitar festivals, and has performed at venues such as Kings Place and at the Sage Gateshead. He also composes music for the guitar.
He teams up with Australian Jehanne Bastoni who studied in New Zealand and then at the Conservatory of Music in Singapore before coming to live in the UK. This prize winning cellist has performed solo, chamber and orchestral concerts in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.
Coming together from opposite sides of the globe, Duo Antipodes performs music from all eras and genres, from every corner of the world.

Saturday 16th March
An evening with RAPHAEL WALLFISCH, cello, and JOHN YORK, piano
RAPHAEL WALLFISCH, cello, and JOHN YORK, piano. Photo by Benjamin Ealovega.
Brahms: Sonata Op. 120, No. 1
Rebecca Clarke: Rhapsody
Schumann: Romances
Beethoven: Sonata Op. 69, No. 3

Raphael Wallfisch, who comes from a famous musical family, is one of the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage, and has enjoyed a world-wide career playing with most of the world’s important orchestras. He is regularly invited to play at major festivals and is in demand as a teacher all over the world.

John York‘
s forty year career has taken him around the world, working with some of the finest orchestras, soloists and chamber groups. He was a professor at the Guildhall for a number of years, and was Senior Music Head at St Paul’s Girls’ School, London. He has collaborated with Raphael Wallfisch since the 1980’s.

Wednesday 20th March



MANUS NOBLE - guitar

Continuing our tradition of an Outreach Day, we have invited back young musician Manus Noble to give a workshop for the children of a Haslemere school in the morning, followed by a recital  in the afternoon for older people who live in the area.
This concert is designed particularly for elderly or disabled people who may prefer an afternoon event - priority will be given to them but all are welcome.

The concert starts at 2.45 p.m.
For more information contact Veronica Powell
Tel.: 01428 683163
Email: teatime@hhhconcerts.org.uk


Manus Noble-Guitar-HHH Concerts

Saturday 18th May
Haslemere Festival

HHH Concerts in association with Haslemere Festival 2019 presents

Sheku Kanneh-Mason: cello
Isata Kanneh-Mason: piano

Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cello, and Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano.

7.30 p.m.
at St Christopher’s Church

Sheku, who had already established a name for himself by winning the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year competition when he was 17, was seen by millions when he played for the Royal Wedding in May 2018. He made his debut with the BBC Proms in 2017, and this season will become ‘Young Artist in Residence’ at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. His older sister Isata was a finalist in the piano category of the 2014 Young Musician competition, and has also won many important prizes and scholarships. Isata enjoys a musical career that takes her to all the important UK concert venues and many others abroad.

Their programme will include sonatas by Mendelssohn and Boccherini.

Tickets £20 from Haslemere Hall Box Office from 1 February 2019
(This concert is not included in the HHH Season Ticket)

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