Wimbledon International Music Festival 2019


2017

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Sonoro - The Philharmonia Orchestra The Cool Web

A Robert Graves Oratorio by Jools Scott and Sue Curtis
Sonoro
Merton Music Foundation Young Voices
Philharmonia Orchestra
Robin O’Neill conductor
Edward Grint baritone

The Wihan Quartet & Sacconi Quartet

Two celebrated quartets come together to perform three masterpieces of the string chamber music repertoire, all by great composers in their youth.

Yevgeni Sudbin piano

Yevgeny Sudbin has been hailed by The Telegraph as ‘potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century’.

Viktoria Mullova violin

Matthew Barley cello
Paul Clarvis percussion
João Luís Nogueira Pinto brazilian guitar

Håkan Hardenberger trumpet
Colin Currie percussion

The American Dream - Sir Willard White

with Counterpoise
Fenella Humphreys violin
Deborah Calland trumpet
Kyle Horch saxophone
Iain Farrington piano

Soloists of the Russian Virtuosi of Europe

Leader Yuri Zhislin

Christian Blackshaw Piano Recital

The Academy Choir and Baroque Players

Matthew Best conductor
Mary Bevan soprano
David Allsopp countertenor
Andrew Tortise tenor
Roderick Williams bass

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ensemble DeNOTE

Katona Twins Guitar Duo

Péter and Zoltán Katona

Timothy Ridout Viola

Frank Dupree piano

Red Priest

Piers Adams recorders
Adam Summerhayes violin
Angela East cello
David Wright harpsichord

Quatuor Diotima - String Quartet

Yun-Peng Zhao, Constance Ronzatti violins
Franck Chevalier viola
Pierre Morlet cello

Tenebrae

Concert by Candlelight

Hollywood Romance Claire Martin

With Matt Skelton’s 10-piece ‘Close to You Ensemble’

The Schubert Ensemble

William Howard piano
Simon Blendis violin
Jane Salmon cello
Douglas Paterson viola
Pete Buckoke double bass

Philharmonia Orchestra

Robin O’Neill conductor
Gordon Hunt solo oboe

Lunchtime Concerts and Masterclass

Linos Piano Trio
Christina McMaster
Alke Quartet
Piano Masterclass with Peter Donohoe
The Yehudi Menuhin School

WIMF 2019