2007


Tuesday 18 December 2007

1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

Beethoven Junior Intercollegiate Piano Competition 2007 – Winner’s Recital
Walid El Yafi, piano

Beethoven: ‘Appassionata’ Op.57
Scriabin 2nd Sonata

BPSE Lunchtime Recital Series


Sunday 2 December 2007

2pm
BLUTHNER PIANO CENTRE
1 Davies Street
London
W1
United Kingdom

TBA

BPSE Senior Intercollegiate PIano Competition and AGM

2007 BEETHOVEN INTERCOLLEGIATE PIANO COMPETITION

Candidates drawn from the nine UK Colleges perform Beethoven Sonatas and one compulsory Beethoven work.

Sessions run from 2pm onwards with Prize anouncement by the International Jury at 8pm

The event is preceded at 11.30am by the BPSE Annual General Meeting

2007 BEETHOVEN INTERCOLLEGIATE PIANO COMPETITION


Friday 16 November 2007

1.10pm
St James’s Church Piccadilly
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

Zrinka Mikelic, piano

Haydn: Sonata Hob XVI 52 in E flat major
Beethoven: Phantasie Op.77
Chopin: Sonata Op.35 in B flat minor

BPSE Lunchtime Recitals at St James’ Piccadilly


Friday 2 November 2007

1pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

‘PIANISTS OF THE WORLD’ BPSE RECITAL SERIES – II

Tali Morguils, piano

Beethoven: 32 Variations in C minor
Schumann: Nachtstucke
Ginastera: 3 Argentinean Dances
Piazzolla: Tango

‘PIANISTS OF THE WORLD’ BPSE RECITAL SERIES


Friday 26 October 2007

1 pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

‘Pianists of the World’ BPSE Recital Series – Concert I

Blagoy Filipov, piano

Scarlatti: 2 Sonates, B minor and D minor
Beethoven: Sonata in F minor Op.57 ‘Apassionata’
Chopin: Scherzo No.3 in C sharp minor; Fantasie-Impromptu in C sharp minor, op. Post.66
Vesselin Stojanov: Etude in E sharp minor

PIANISTS OF THE WORLD BPSE RECITAL SERIES


Saturday 13 October 2007

7.30pm
St George’s, Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury Way
London
WC1
United Kingdom

£10; BPSE Members and Concs £7; All 3 Concerts £25/15

Ladrowski Duo Beethoven Cello Sonata Cycle

Ladrowski Duo
William Burrows, Cello
Andrew Blakemore, Piano

Last of Three Concert Cycle of Sonatas for Cello and Piano by Beethoven and Brahms.
World premiere of a work by Darren Bloom, Composition Fellow of the
Royal Academy of Music, inspired by the Beethoven cello sonatas

Showing of original artworks by Nelson Shaqiri
using Beethoven works as inspiration.

Directions to St Georges, Bloomsbury. Situated in the heart of London (WC1), near the British Museum, St. George’s is located in Bloomsbury Way, between Museum Street and Bury Place, next to the Bloomsbury Thistle Hotel. The nearest tube stations are Holborn, Russell Square, and Tottenham Court Road. Buses 1, 8, 19, 25, 38, 55, 98, and 242 stop outside the church.


Friday 12 October 2007

1.10pm
St James’s Church Piccadilly
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

Winners of the Beethoven Chamber Music Competition 2007
Ágnes Kállay, ‘cello
Katalin Csillagh, piano

Beethoven: Cello Sonata in D Major Op. 102 No. 2; Seven Variations in E-flat Major on the Theme ‘Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen’ from Mozart’s Magic Flute WoO 46
Zoltán Kodály: Sonata Op. 4

BPSE Lunchtime Recitals at St James’ Piccadilly


Monday 8 October 2007

1.10pm
St James’s Piccadilly
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital at St James’

Alfredo Corral, piano

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827): Sonata Op. 7
Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909)Almeria, from the Suite ‘Iberia’
Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983): American Preludes — Book 1 – Para los acentos; Triste; Danza Criolla; Vidala; En el primer modo pentafono menor; Homenaje a Roberto Garcia Morillo; Milonga; Malambo

In Association with ILAMS (Iberian and Latin American Music Society)


Saturday 6 October 2007

7.30pm
St George’s, Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury Way
London
WC1
United Kingdom

£10; BPSE Members and conc. £7; All 3 Concerts £25/15

Ladrowski Duo Beethoven Cello Cycle

Ladrowski Duo
William Burrows, Cello
Andrew Blakemore, Piano

Second of Three Concert Cycle of Sonatas for Cello and Piano by Beethoven and Brahms. Final concert follows on 13 October.

World premiere of a work by Darren Bloom, Composition Fellow of the
Royal Academy of Music, inspired by the Beethoven cello sonatas

Showing of original artworks by Nelson Shaqiri
using Beethoven works as inspiration

Directions to St Georges, Bloomsbury. Situated in the heart of London (WC1), near the British Museum, St. George’s is located in Bloomsbury Way, between Museum Street and Bury Place, next to the Bloomsbury Thistle Hotel. The nearest tube stations are Holborn, Russell Square, and Tottenham Court Road. Buses 1, 8, 19, 25, 38, 55, 98, and 242 stop outside the church.


Saturday 29 September 2007

7.30pm
St George’s Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury way
London
WC1
United Kingdom

£10; BPSE Members and Conc.£7; All 3 concerts £25/15

Ladrowski Beethoven Cello Sonata Cycle

Ladrowski Duo
William Burrows, Cello
Andrew Blakemore, Piano

First of Three Concert Cycle of Sonatas for Cello and PIano by Beethoven and Brahms. Next concerts follow on consecutive Saturdays, 6 October and 13 October.
World premiere of a work by Darren Bloom, Composition Fellow of the
Royal Academy of Music, inspired by the Beethoven cello sonatas

Showing of original artworks by Nelson Shaqiri
using Beethoven works as inspiration

Directions to St Georges, Bloomsbury. Situated in the heart of London (WC1), near the British Museum, St. George’s is located in Bloomsbury Way, between Museum Street and Bury Place, next to the Bloomsbury Thistle Hotel. The nearest tube stations are Holborn, Russell Square, and Tottenham Court Road. Buses 1, 8, 19, 25, 38, 55, 98, and 242 stop outside the church.


Wednesday 29 August 2007

1.10pm
St James’ Church Picaddilly
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

Tanya Gabrielian, piano

Beethoven: Sonata in E Op 90 and other works

BPSE Lunchtime Recitals at St James’ Piccadilly


Friday 10 August 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295 Oxford Street , near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

FREE

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL

Ivan Kiwuwa, piano

Beethoven: Sonata op.10, no.3
Mendelssohn: Sonata in E major, op.6
Chopin: Ballade No.3

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Friday 3 August 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295 Oxford Street, near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

Free

REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL

Vedrana Kovac, piano

Beethoven: 32 variations in C minor
Schubert: Impromtu op.90 No.1
Chopin: Ballade No4 F minor; Notturno op. 55 No.1
Wagner-Liszt: Isolde’s death
Verdi-Liszt: Rigoletto

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Wednesday 1 August 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295 Oxford Street, near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

FREE

REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL

Beethoven Junior Intercollegiate Competition Prizewinner’s Concert
Mandaktuja Dorj, piano
Alissa Tavdidishvili, piano

Beethoven 32 Variations in C minor

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Tuesday 31 July 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295 Oxford Street, near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

FREE

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL

Evelyne Berezovsky, piano

Beethoven: Sonata (tbc)
Schubert: Sonata in A minor Op.164
Chopin: Ballade No.1 in G minor Op.23; Ballade No.2 in F major Op.38; Nocturne in F minor Op.55, No.1; 2 Etudes

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Monday 30 July 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295 Oxford Street, near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

FREE

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL

Aljosa Jurinic, piano

Beethoven: Sonata op.2 no.3 in C major
Chopin: Ballade op.23 in g minor; Nocturne op.27 no.2
in D flat major
Lizst: Hungarian rhapsody no.12

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Friday 27 July 2007

1pm
Regent Hall
295Oxford Street – near Oxford Circus
London
W1
United Kingdom

FREE

BPSE Regent Hall Summer Festival

Beethoven Junior Intercollegiate Competition – First Prizewinner’s Concert
David Secchi , piano
Walid El Yafi, piano

Beethoven ‘Waldstein’ Sonata Op 53
‘Appassionata’ Sonata Op 57

BPSE REGENT HALL SUMMER FESTIVAL 27/7/07 – 10/8/07


Friday 6 July 2007

1.10pm
St James’ Piccadilly
Picadilly
London
United Kingdom

Free Entrance

BPSE Lunchtime Piano Recital

Eugene Alcalay, piano

Beethoven – Piano Sonata in F major, Op.54
Bartok – Selections from Mikrokosmos, Vol.6
Liszt-Wagner – Isoldens Liebestod
Liszt – Apres un Lecture du Dante – Fantasia quasi Sonata

BPSE Lunchtime Series at St James’ Piccadilly


21 May 2007 – 23 May 2007

Steinway Hall
44 Marylebone Lane
London
W1
United Kingdom

Details:
Chamber Music Competition Organiser
14a Lakeside Road, London W14 0DU.

BPSE MASTERCLASS/COMPETITION

2007 BEETHOVEN CHAMBER MUSIC
MASTERCLASS & COMPETITION
for the ‘Gwyneth George Award’
(£400 and a concert in the BPSE 2008 series)

with Prof. Martin Lovett OBE.

Open to Violin-Piano and Cello-Piano Duos

21 & 22 May ~ Daytime masterclasses 11am-4pm
Observers: Non-Members: £10 per day; £15 for two days
BPSE/EPTA/ESTA Members: £ 8 per day; £12 for two days

May 23rd (Concert/Competition 6:30pm) Free Entry

Duos should send a biography, name of the Beethoven work they wish to present and a cheque (payable to EPTA West London) to: 14a Lakeside Road, London W14 0DU.


Sunday 25 March 2007

2pm
The Bluthner Piano Centre
1 Davies Street, Berkeley Square
London
W1
United Kingdom

BPSE 2007 Junior Intercollegiate Competition

Competition Jury: Professor Noretta Conci-Leech; Alberto Portugheis, BPSE Vice-Chairman; Ratimir Martinovic, President EPTA Montenegro

Competitors: Sophie Dee, Junior Guildhall School of Music & Drama (Op. 13 ‘Pathetique’); Hannah Gill, Junior Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
(Op. 14, No. 1); Fumi Sakuma, Croydon Music Centre
(Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’)
3.45 pm: Mandaktuja Dorj, Junior Royal Academy of Music (32 Variations WoO.80); Dominic Konieczny, Junior London College of Music & Media (Op. 81a, ‘Les Adieux’); Kirsty Traynor,Junior Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama (Op. 13 ‘Pathetique’ 1st movement)
5.15 pm: Lin Yang, Junior Royal Northern College of Music (Op. 31, No. 3); Walid El Yafi, Chetham’s School of Music (Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’); David Secchi, Wells Cathedral School (Op. 53 ‘Waldstein’)

Compulsory work: Bagatelle Op. 33, No.4 in A
2.00pm
Sonatas, Variations as listed above.


Friday 12 January 2007

1.00pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
WC2N 4JJ
United Kingdom

Free

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

Professor Malcolm Troup, piano

Beethoven: one of the late piano sonatas
Villa Lobos – Rudepoema


Friday 5 January 2007

1.00pm
Regent Hall
275 Oxford Street
London
W1C 2DJ
United Kingdom

Free

Regent Hall Lunchtime Recital

Alberto Portugheis, piano

Mozart: Fantasy in D minor K 397
Beethoven: Sonata in F sharp, Op.78
Chopin: Ballade no.3 in A flat Op.47
Ginastera: Rondo on Argentine Folk Tunes, Op.19
Three Argentine Dances Op.2
Danza del Viejo Boyero
Danza de la Moza Donoza
Danza del Gaucho Matrero

BPSE Lunchtime Recital

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