Proms 2022 Free Lunchtime Concerts

Jonathan Ferrucci
Lunchtime

Monday

27 June 2022

12:00

St Jude's Church
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Jonathan Ferrucci
Piano Recital

Supported by: The Keyboard Charitable Trust & The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust

Jonathan Ferrucci (piano)

Jonathan Ferrucci has performed in the Wigmore and Barbican Halls, London, Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, New York and the Fazioli Concert Hall, Italy.

Jonathan is the co-founder of Made in Music, a non-profit organisation, through which he brings together young musicians from all over the world. Today's programme includes music by Bach, Mozart and Brahms.

Louise Balkwill
Lunchtime

Tuesday

28 June 2022

12:00

St Jude's Church
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Chris Eldred
The Great American Songbook

Supported by: The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust

The Louise Balkwill Duo

Louise Balkwill (vocals), Chris Eldred (piano)

Louise Balkwill is a jazz singer, composer, arranger and lyricist who has performed in jazz venues all over London. Chris Eldred held the piano chair with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra from 2008-2014 and leads his own trio playing support and late sets at Ronnie Scott's.

'Totally bowled over by Louise Balkwill's incredible vocals and engaging stage presence.' Jazzwise Magazine

photo: Irene Scioti
Ariane Kashefi
Lunchtime

Wednesday

29 June 2022

12:00

St Jude's Church
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Maksim Štšura
Cello and Piano Recital
photo: Kauppo Kikkas

Supported by: The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust

Ariana Kashefi (cello), Maksim Štšura (piano)

The programme includes music by Debussy, Faure and Poulenc.

Kashefi-Štšura Duo is a dynamic collaboration between cellist Ariana Kashefi and pianist Maksim Štšura. In 2019 they won the 23rd International Chamber Music Competition Luigi Nono in Italy and they regularly perform together in prestigious venues across the UK and international as City Music Foundation artists.

Samuele Telari
Lunchtime

Friday

1 July 2022

12:00

Free Church
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Samuele Telari
Accordion Recital

Supported by: The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust

Samuele Telari

Award winning musician Samuele Telari has performed across Europe. He has recently given recitals at the Wigmore Hall and the Aldeburgh Festival and his performance at the Ryedale Festival was broadcast on Radio 3.

Described by Il Sole 24 Ore as an "artists whose overwhelming musicality goes beyond his instrument." Samuele Telari performs works including the Andante con Moto from Schubert String Quartet No 14 in D minor, Death and the Maiden and Saint-Saens Danse Macabre.