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Jonathan Stone (violinist) and Jâms Coleman (piano) – in the “Brilliant Young International Musicians in St Peter’s Church” series
14 May @ 7:30 pm
Our next recital in the series Brilliant International Musicians in St Peter’s Church is being given by Jonathan Stone (violinist) and Jams Coleman (piano) on Sunday 14th May at 7,30pm.
Their programme will be
Ravel: Sonata Boulanger: Nocturne and Cortège Copland: Two Pieces
Ives: Sonata No. 4 Franck: Sonata
Jâms Coleman read Music at Girton College, Cambridge, where he was also a choral scholar. In 2016 he graduated with a masters from the Royal Academy of Music where he then stayed on as a Fellow. From Anglesey, North Wales, Jâms Coleman is a pianist who enjoys a rich and varied musical life performing as a soloist, chamber musician, and vocal accompanist.
Previous chamber-music engagements include performances in the UK and across Europe with instrumentalists David Adams, Jamal Aliyev, and Margaret Faultless. Recent highlights include giving a recital at Wigmore Hall with Laura van der Heijden as a launch for their CD with Chandos Records.
As a vocal accompanist, he enjoys collaborating with many singers and his engagements include
recitals with James Gilchrist, Andrew Kennedy, Sir Bryn Terfel, and Sir John Tomlinson.
Recent recital highlights include performing with Sir Bryn Terfel in a Radio 3 broadcast from St David’s Hall in Cardiff, and recitals at the Oxford Lieder with Elizabeth Watts, Felix Kemp, and Michael Mofidian.
Jâms also enjoys working as a concerto soloist and performances include Beethoven’s Third, Fourth and Fifth Piano Concertos, and concertos by Chopin, Brahms, and Mozart.
British violinist Jonathan Stone is an internationally acclaimed chamber musician, soloist, concertmaster and director.
Jonathan was a member of the Doric String Quartet for 13 years. In this time, the quartet grew to become one of the world’s leading ensembles, recording 16 discs for Chandos Records and performing in most of the world’s finest concert halls such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Vienna Musikverein, Hamburg Elbphilharmonie and, closer to home, regular concerts at the Wigmore Hall.
Jonathan is a founder member of the Phoenix Piano Trio described as ‘exquisitely sensitive’ by BBC Music Magazine.
He is leader of the French orchestra Le Cercle de l’Harmonie which specialises in classical and early romantic repertoire performed on period instruments. Jonathan is in demand as guest leader and director in the UK and Europe. This season includes concerts as guest leader of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and guest Principal 2nd of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.
So we are clearly in for another musical treat by first class musicians.
Tickets at £15 or £10 for members of the St Peter’s Trust are now available at the White Horse Bookshop or click here to book online from the St Peter’s website