Jess Gillam Saxophone
Martin James Bartlett Piano
Chloe Hanslip Violin
Bartosz Glowacki Accordion
Andrey Lebedev Guitar
Claude Debussy Syrinx
Maurice Ravel Piece en forme de Habanera
Isaac Albeniz Asturias
Francisco Tarrega Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Alberto Ginastera Sonata Op 47, Finale
Petri Makkonen Flight Beyond Time
Victor Vlasov Archipelago Gulag – ‘Stage’
Antonio Vivaldi Allegro non molto, ‘Winter’
Richard Wagner arr. Liszt Liebestod from ‘Tristan and Isolde’
Sergai Prokofiev Sonata No 7, Final movement
Johann Sebastian Bach Partita in D minor, Sarabande/Gigue
Benedetto Marcello Oboe Concerto in D minor
Pablo de Sarasate Zigeunerweisen
Astor Piazzolla Bordel 1900 from L’Histoire du Tango
Piazzolla arr. Lenehan Libertango
Our second Classical Mixtape Live event brings together a tantalising array of brilliant young musicians, performing a wide range of hugely appealing music in solo, duo and ensemble combinations. Jess Gillam performs Debussy, Ravel, Marcello and Piazzolla. Martin James Bartlett performs Wagner arranged by Liszt and fireworks from Prokofiev. Chloe Hanslip performs solo Bach and Sarasate’s gypsy showpiece Zigeunerweisen, accompanied by accordion.
The concert climaxes with a specially commissioned arrangement of Astor Piazzolla’s Libertango featuring all five performers.
Jess Gilliam needs little introduction, after her performances at the 2018 Last Night of the Proms (Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park) and after being such a compelling finalist in the 2016 BBC Young Musician competition. Pianist Martin James Bartlett was outright winner of BBC Young Musician in 2014, and Chloe Hanslip has been a major presence in the classical music world since her early teens – recording her debut album, with the London Symphony Orchestra, when she was only 13. Remarkable Polish accordion virtuoso Bartosz Glowacki really has to be seen and heard to be believed, and Australian guitarist Andrej Lebedev equally captivates audiences with his elegant performances and range of repertoire.
Why not have a listen to some of our brilliant soloists and find out a little more?
Please note the pieces featured in these clips are not a part of the Classical Mixtape Live programme
Young people aged 8 – 25 can attend this concert free of charge.
This scheme is supported by CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust