Oxford Coffee Concerts
DANIEL LEBHARDT, PIANO
Holywell Music Room
Tickets: 01865 305305 or www.ticketsoxford.com
Rising star Daniel Lebhardt has been collecting prizes and awards at a breathtaking rate since scooping First Prize at the Young Concert Artists auditions in Paris five years ago. The Hungarian-born pianist – who began lessons at the age of six – gave his Wigmore Hall debut in 2015 and has appeared at other prestigious venues and festivals around the world. He has played for the Oxford Coffee Concerts before, as well as for the SJE Arts International Piano Festival, and now returns to Oxford to perform Bach Partita No.6 in E minor, BrahmsKlavierstucke Op.119 and Bartok Out of Doors Sz81.
Oxford Bach Soloists
New College Chapel
The OBC continues its mission to perform the entire JS Bach vocal canon in chronological order with this selection of cantatas for the 11th, 12thand 13th Sundays after Trinity, all written in Leipzig in 1723.
Tom Hammond-Davies conducts Bach’s stirring Sanctus in C major, BWV 237, alongside three cantatas: See to it, that you fear of God be not hypocrisy (BWV 179), Praise the Lord, my soul (BWV 69a) and You shall love God, your Lord(BWV 77). The concert also marks the debut appearance of the new cohort of choral scholars joining the choir for 2019/20.
Abbey Chamber Concerts
RADCLIFFE PIANO TRIO/ANNA BRITTAIN, SOPRANO
St Nicolas Church, Abingdon
Tickets: https://abbeychamberconcerts.orgor on the door
Enjoy a relaxing, hour-long Sunday afternoon concert in this ancient parish church, with free tea and coffee and a chance to chat to the musicians afterwards. The Radcliffe Piano Trio – Jacqui Miles (violin), Emma Chamberlain (cello) and Bethe Levvy (piano) – perform Shostakovich Piano Trio No.1 and Mendelssohn Piano Trio in D minor, and are joined by soprano Anna Brittain for a selection of Debussy songs and German lieder by Strauss, Schumann and Brahms.
By Nicola Lisle