Performers’ Platform

Jessie opened last week’s Performers’ Platform on Tuesday 9th October with a stirring rendition of the first movement of Beethoven’s Sonata in F minor op. 2 no. 1, playing with crisp articulation and clearly contrasting themes. Scarlett followed with poised performances of Schubert’s An Die Musik and Purcell’s Music...

Jessie opened last week’s Performers’ Platform on Tuesday 9th October with a stirring rendition of the first movement of Beethoven’s Sonata in F minor op. 2 no. 1, playing with crisp articulation and clearly contrasting themes. Scarlett followed with poised performances of Schubert’s An Die Musik and Purcell’s Music for a while, before Naina captured the audience with an impassioned interpretation of Vaughan Williams’ Romance. Sanjana Sudeshkumar sang with a beautiful, sweet tone in her performances of Schumann’s Widmung and Mozart’s ‘In Uomini’ from Cosí fan tutte before Cathy closed the programme with her sensitive playing of the Nocturne in B♭ minor op. 9 no.1 by Chopin.

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