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Florian Mitrea (Piano)
British/Romanian pianist Florian Mitrea has enjoyed regular success in international piano competitions. For his concert at St Peters he will be playing major works by four of the greatest composers for the piano - Beethovens Waldstein Sonata, Schuberts Sonata D784, a Rachmaninov Prelude and a Sonata by Liszt.
Sat 14 Jul
Mary Plazas (Soprano), Andrew Thurgood (Violin) And Nancy Cooley (Piano)
We are delighted to welcome back to St Peters our former President, the opera singer Mary Plazas, and pianist Nancy Cooley who has devised and performed many delightful concerts for us. Together with violinist Andrew Thurgood they will be performing a French and Spanish programme, including songs by Debussy, Obradors and…
Sat 18 Aug
Pelléas Ensemble (Flute, Viola And Harp)
The prize-winning Pellas Ensemble has been captivating audiences around the UK with the quality of their playing. Their programme for St Peters includes both classic and newly-commissioned works written specifically for the combination of flute, viola and harp, and others arranged for the ensemble, including music by…
Sat 30 Jun
Rautio Piano Trio
We welcome back to St Peters the Rautio Trio, one of Britains most dynamic chamber ensembles, to play Schuberts Piano Trio no.2, Rachmaninov Trio lgiaque no. 1, and the Ravel Piano Trio.
Sat 28 Jul
The Thames Consort
The Thames Consort brings the Music at St Peters season to a close with a concert of Baroque choral and instrumental music; an oboe concerto by Marcello, the Ascension cantata by JS Bach, and the first of Handels great choral works, the Dixit Dominus.
Sat 29 Sep
Villiers String Quartet
We welcome back the Villiers Quartet, who have been quartet in residence at the University of Oxford for 2016-2018 as well as giving concerts and masterclasses in the UK and overseas. They will be performing a quartet by Hubert Parry (the centenary of whose death occurs this year) and the great final quartets by…