C o n c e r t s
Saturday, 11 September 2021 at 11am
Concert with Laura Snowden
at All Saints Church, East Meon
a John Coffey Memorial Concert at the the West Meon Music Festival, sponsored by SCGS
Hailed a ‘string sensation’ by BBC Music Magazine, British-French guitarist and composer Laura Snowden is acclaimed for her ‘poise and intensity’ (Guardian) and playing of ‘extraordinary depth’ (Strings, Classical Music Magazine).
Laura studied with Julian Bream, during which time she gave two concerts at Wigmore Hall featuring premieres of his recent commissions. This led to international recognition and festival debuts across Europe, China and the US, as well as concerto debuts with Norrköping Symphony Orchestra and Münchener Kammerorchester, and a recording of Lisa Streich’s guitar concerto Augenlider with the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester.
As a composer, Laura’s music has been performed at Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall and Sadlers Wells, commissioned by the Park Lane Group, Birmingham Symphony Hall and International Guitar Foundation, and broadcast on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio Scotland and Hong Kong Radio 4.
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Our 2020/21 concert programme
Our concert programme was suspended whilst COVID-19 restrictions apply.
Saturday, 22 February 2020 8pm
Concert with Sean Sibe
Gramophone award winner 2019
TURNER SIMS Southampton
Fast establishing himself as one of the UK’s leading classical guitarists, as engaging as he is virtuosic, Sean Shibe was the first guitarist ever to become a BBC New Generation Artist. With success at the 2018 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards, where he won the Young Artist category, and a 2019 Gramophone Award for his release softLOUD, he visits Turner Sims with an intimate programme including music by Bach, Renaissance genius Dowland, and Benjamin Britten’s work composed for Julian Bream.
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