• 17th Apr 2020
  • 7:30pm
  • £15.00

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Anna Kondrashina – Flute

Anna is a prizewinner of several prestigious competitions, such as the Kobe International Flute Competition in Japan and the Nicolet International Flute Competition in China. She has been awarded the Worshipful Company of Musicians Silver Medal in the UK. In 2018 Anna has been invited to join the London Philharmonic Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme and the Philharmonia MMSF Instrumental Fellowship Programme the following year.

Apart from her rapidly raising career as the modern flautist, Anna is very keen on historical performance. She has performed as part of the Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas series at the Royal Academy of Music. In February 2019 Anna performed the first flute in Bach’s Matthew’s Passion, directed by Trevor Pinnock.

In 2019 Anna completed her Master of Arts in Performance programme at the Royal Academy of Music in London, with the renowned flautist William Bennett.

Upon her graduation with distinction from the Royal Academy, Anna received numerous awards for her studies, including the Dip Ram title and the Marjorie & Dorothy Whyte memorial Fund award for all her achievements during her time at the institution. Anna now lives in London, UK, and plays on an Altus flute with a Mancke headjoint, generously donated to her by Jane Elizabeth Bass.

Pavel Timofeyevski – Piano

Virtuoso pianist, composer for film and the concert stage, arranger and lecturer, Pavel Timofeyevsky has received numerous prizes and accolades, that includes the BBC/Guardian Young Composer of the Year award. Russian born, Pavel has lived in London (England) most of his life and has appeared at nearly all the major concert venues across the UK. Concert tours, along with television and radio appearances in other parts of the world include the USA, Russia, China, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Latvia, Greece, Cyprus and India.

Pavel is Founder and Artistic Director of PHILOMEL PROJECT, a new concert series in central London, in residence at the Francis Crick Institute. He is also the Director of Oxford Piano School, a summer music course, in residence at Radley College.

This concert is supported by the Martin Music Scholarship Fund. To find out more about the scheme please go to www.philarmonia.co.uk

Programme:

Bach Sonata in E major BWV 1035 

         Adagio ma non tanto; Allegro; Siciliano; Allegro assai 

Debussy Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (arrangement for flute and piano)

Tchaikovsky Lensky’s Aria from the opera “Eugene Onegin” (arrangement for flute and piano)

Dutilleux Sonatine 

Franck Sonata in A major (arrangement for flute and piano)

            Allegretto ben moderato; Allegro; Recitativo-Fantasia; Allegretto poco mosso

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