MUSIC DIARY

The department offers many opportunities for students to improve their performing skills, and the lunchtime recital series continues this year, with the focus on classical repertoire on Wednesdays and contemporary music on Thursdays. All our ensembles (choirs, chamber ensembles, jazz band and orchestra) get a chance to play at Thornden Hall and the Turner Sims Concert Hall at Southampton University. There are also workshops and master-classes with visiting experts throughout the year.

Wednesday 11 July, 2018

Winchester Festival 2018 - Lunchtime Recital Series - 11 July 2018 - Nathalie Ryan

£8/£5 students - Tickets available from www.winchesterfestival.co.uk

1.00pm St Lawrence's Church, The Square, Winchester

Nathalie is currently in her second year of the Hampshire Specialist Music Course, where she studies piano with Roger Owens. The programme of music includes Bach's Prelude and Fugue in D BWV874, Beethoven's Sonata in G Op.14 No.2, Debussy's Reverie and pieces by Faure and Chopin.

Thursday 12 July, 2018

Winchester Festival 2018 - Lunchtime Recital Series - 12 July 2018

£8/£5 students Tickets available from www.winchesterfestival.co.uk

1.00pm St Lawrence's Church, The Square, Winchester

For the sixth year, students on the Hampshire Specialist Music Course bring chamber repertoire to the Festival in a concert that showcases the exceptional talents of the young wind players from Peter Symonds College, each of whom is a member of the Hampshire County Youth Orchestra. Dvorak's first piano quartet is charming, influence by his native Bohemian folk music, while Weber's Trio is one of the composer's few chamber works, written while he was completing his opera Der Freischutz. Flute: Jessica McNulty & Megan O'Hanlon Clarinet: Jack Stebbing Basssoon: Emma Crooks & Jack Stebbing Piano: Roger Owens

Monday 15 October, 2018

Hampshire Specialist Music Course Open Evening Presentation

6.30pm Recital Room, College Centre

The Hampshire Specialist Music Course offers a unique opportunity for talented students to take A level Music plus a wider programme of performance coaching, recitals and master-classes, preparing students for entrance to music college and university. The Presentation Evening, the programme for which starts at 6.30pm, is for all students considering applying for the course, their parents and teachers. The programme includes an opportunity to hear current students perform, and to meet staff and students over refreshments.

  • Wednesday 11 July, 2018

    Winchester Festival 2018 - Lunchtime Recital Series - 11 July 2018 - Nathalie Ryan

    £8/£5 students - Tickets available from www.winchesterfestival.co.uk

    1.00pm St Lawrence's Church, The Square, Winchester

    Nathalie is currently in her second year of the Hampshire Specialist Music Course, where she studies piano with Roger Owens. The programme of music includes Bach's Prelude and Fugue in D BWV874, Beethoven's Sonata in G Op.14 No.2, Debussy's Reverie and pieces by Faure and Chopin.

  • Thursday 12 July, 2018

    Winchester Festival 2018 - Lunchtime Recital Series - 12 July 2018

    £8/£5 students Tickets available from www.winchesterfestival.co.uk

    1.00pm St Lawrence's Church, The Square, Winchester

    For the sixth year, students on the Hampshire Specialist Music Course bring chamber repertoire to the Festival in a concert that showcases the exceptional talents of the young wind players from Peter Symonds College, each of whom is a member of the Hampshire County Youth Orchestra. Dvorak's first piano quartet is charming, influence by his native Bohemian folk music, while Weber's Trio is one of the composer's few chamber works, written while he was completing his opera Der Freischutz. Flute: Jessica McNulty & Megan O'Hanlon Clarinet: Jack Stebbing Basssoon: Emma Crooks & Jack Stebbing Piano: Roger Owens

  • Monday 15 October, 2018

    Hampshire Specialist Music Course Open Evening Presentation

    6.30pm Recital Room, College Centre

    The Hampshire Specialist Music Course offers a unique opportunity for talented students to take A level Music plus a wider programme of performance coaching, recitals and master-classes, preparing students for entrance to music college and university. The Presentation Evening, the programme for which starts at 6.30pm, is for all students considering applying for the course, their parents and teachers. The programme includes an opportunity to hear current students perform, and to meet staff and students over refreshments.

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