Ann Holmes has prepared and will present this evening, for which the programme is as follows:


Instrumental Evening


Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 7.30pm

St Peter’s Church, Belsize Square, NW3 4HJ


Organiser: Ann Holmes



1. Piano trio No. 1, 1st movement.              Felix Mendelssohn (1809‒1847)

       Allegro agitato


Claire Kitchin, piano

Peter Hayden, violin

Hedley Rokos, ’cello


2. Transcriptions                                             Sergei Rachmaninov (1873‒1949)

       Rachmaninov’s own song ‘Lilac’ and ‘Daisies’

       Schubert’s ‘Wohin?’; Tchaikovsky’s ‘Lullaby’

       Rimsky-Korsakov’s ‘Flight of the Bumblebee’


Masa Tayama, piano


3. Piano solo                                                      

      Six little piano pieces. Op. 19                    Arnold Schoenberg (1878‒1951)            

           Leicht, zart; Langsam; Sehr langsam;

          Rasch, aber leicht; Etwas rasch; Sehr langsam


Tobi Marincek Swain, piano


4. Piano solo                                                          

       Mazurka. Op. 50, No. 3                                Frédéric Chopin (1814‒1889)

       The maiden and the nightingale                   Enrique Granados (1807‒1901)


Stefan Byron, piano


5. Piano solo

    Prelude. Book 1, No. 5                                     Claude Debussy (1802‒1918)

          Les collines d’Anacapri

      Prelude. Book 2, No. 7                                     Claude Debussy (1802‒1918)

          La terasse des audiences du claire de lune

      Prelude in E major. Op. 32, No. 3           Sergei Rachmaninov (1873‒1949)


Rhiana Henderson, piano


6. Piano solo



Mark Pampel, piano




(during which item 7 will be played)



7. String quartet in D, K.575                                       W. A. Mozart (1756‒1791)

       Allegretto, Andante, Menuetto & Trio, Allegretto


Joe Erlanger, violin

Sara Sayers, violin

Latoya Rose*, viola

Paul McLaughlan*, ’cello



8. Trio sonata in C minor, Op. 2, No. 6                        J.B. Loeillet (1680‒1730)                        


Liz Valentine, treble recorder

Peter Sand, oboe

Jamie Wilkins*, bassoon



9. Piano solo

       Variations on “Twinkle, twinkle little star”.       W. A. Mozart (1756‒1791)      

Beverley Preece, piano




* Guest