These concert listings come courtesy of the following sites: Concerto, Concertino, and Portal VivaMusica in Brazil; ConcertDiary in the UK, Instant Encore in the US, and La Scena Musicale in Canada. Another valuable concert listing website: Bachtrack.
07/22/2012 - 14:30
Canada: Vancouver BC
Celebrated German Pianist Elena Margolina will be making a rare appearance in Vancouver on July 22 at the Tom Lee Music Hall. This German pianist will be in recital at 2:30PM with a light reception to follow.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
This is the second appearance by Elena Margolina in Vancouver. Elena is the winner of the 1st prize of the 5th Dortmund International Schubert Piano Competition, is often engaged throughout Europe and overseas. With performances with leading orchestras, such as the WDR Symphonic Orchestra Cologne, Scottish National Orchestra, the Berlin Radio Orchestra, the Vancouver music community is in for a treat.
Elena Margolina has a great number of TV and radio recordings to her credit from the BBC, the WDR, the Hessen Radio, the Denmark Radio, St.-Petersburg Radio, the Voice of Israel and as well on German Radio. Along with many CD's she has released, she won the SUPERSONIC 2008 Prize awarded by the Magazine PIZZICATO Luxemburg.
"The listener feels Elena Margolina`s power and individuality of the Russian piano school: she has a wonderfully round sound and plays precisely, highly romantically, sensuously and still entirely controlled". Said Prof. Dr. Joachim Kaiser, the most distinguished German critic of music.
Elena Margolina's recital will take place at 2:30PM, July 22 at Tom Lee Music Hall (929 Granville St.), she will perform her renowned rendition of Choros N°5 Alma Brasileira by Heitor Villa-Lobos and Fantaisie op.49 by Frederic Chopin. To learn more about Elena Margolina's concert in Vancouver please visit:
To learn more about Elena Margolina, please visit: http://www.margolina.de/
07/22/2012 - 15:00
UK: Kings's Lynn
Works for Guitar
Published on Thursday 31 May 2012 13:55
A SERIES of free concerts are taking place at All Saints' Church, King's Lynn.
The string will start on Sunday, June 10, at 3.30pm with Gareth Jenkins (tenor) and Craig Torr (piano).
The programme will include Schubert's song cycle Die schöne Müllerin.
On Sunday, June 24, at 3.30pm, there will be a concert by Robin Norman on tuba and Nicholas Kerrison and Robert Holmes on piano.
It will also be at 3.30pm.
On Sunday, July 22 at 3pm, Jonathan Prag (guitar) will entertain prior to his appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe with a varied programme including Bach, Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos and Cole Porter.
Tickets cost £5 from the Festival Box Office and will also be available on the door.
And on Wednesday, July 25 at 7.45pm, Bridget Kerrison (soprano) will present English Song and German Aria.
All concerts (apart from stated) are free with a retiring collection.
Refreshments will be available.
07/22/2012 - 16:00
Brazil: Rio de Janeiro
16h00 - Quinteto de Sopros da Orquestra Petrobras Sinfônica