Performances in 2024

Date/time Venue Artists Works
10th February



‘ ‘My Heart Makes Songs On Lonely Roads’

  Song Recital

St Peter’s Church, Belsize Square London, NW3 4HJ

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Rachel Roper (mezzo-soprano) and Claire Habbershaw (pianist) 

The Pine Boughs Past Music Op.39
16th February  Violin and Piano Recital

British Embassy, Vienna 

Chi-Yu Yang (Violin)
Eric McElroy (Piano)
Three Violin Pieces Op.11
3rd March 

5.30 pm

Song and Chamber Concert plus a

Pre-concert talk with Ian Venables and Robert Hugill

The Conway Hall,
25 Red Lion Square,

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Brian Thorsett (tenor)
The Dante String Quartet 
 Invite To Eternity Op.31
Monday 11th


March at

Song and Chamber Concert

The Royal Grammar School, Worcester 

Brian Thorsett (tenor) 
Dante String Quartet
Invite To Eternity Op.31
Friday 12th April

8 pm


New Paths Music – Beverly Spring Festival

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Alessandro Fisher (tenor)  Portraits of a Mind (2nd UK performance)
Sunday 28th April


Concert at SJE Arts.
St John the Evangelist church, 109A Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1EH
Gareth Brymnor John (baritone) 
The Pheonix Piano Trio 
Premiere ofOut of the Shadows’ Op. 55 
14th July


Christ Church Southgate,

The Grn, Arnos Grove, London N14 7EG

Christ Church Choir, conductor Richard Brain  

‘The Song of Solomon’ 

UK Premiere

24th July

7.30 pm


‘Hands across the Sea’

An English and American Song Recital

at Elmslie House, 

8 Avenue Rd, Malvern WR14 3AG

Ellen Leslie (soprano) and Eric Choate (piano) Selected Songs to include  

‘Beginning at the End’

UK Premiere 


31st July


Worcester, Three Choirs Festival Three Choirs Festival Evensong Evening Canticles 

UK Premiere

Friday 2nd August 


Worcester, Three Choirs Festival

Three Choirs Festival Youth Choir,
Philharmonia Orchestra
Adrian Partington conductor
Requiem Op.48
1st September



Words of Women’ – Song Recital

Programme to include a contemporary setting of suffragette letters (Paul Ayres’ setting of Anti-Suffragist Reasons by Alice Duer Miller); and settings of Emily Dickinson, and Lady Montagu Mary Wortley and Ian Venables

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Susanna MacRae (soprano)

Claire Habbershaw (pianist)

‘Echo’ from 

Portraits of a Mind

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