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Sleeping at Last: London

The Solem Quartet join cellist/composer Philip Sheppard for Sleeping at Last’s UK debut.

Kettner Concerts

National Liberal Club 1 Whitehall Pl, Westminster, London, England

With Guest Speaker Dr Leah Broad

Doreen Carwithen: Four Piano Preludes
Madeleine Dring: Fantasy Sonata
Dorothy Howell: Boat Song
Dorothy Howell: Toccata
Dorothy Howell: Three Preludes
Talk by guest speaker Dr Leah Broad
Caroline Reinagle:
Tarantella in E minor
Volunteer Rifle March
Piano Sonata in A major, op. 6

Radlett Music Club: Hertfordshire

Radlett Hall 1 Aldenham Avenue, Hertfordshire, England

Leos Janáček: String Quartet no. 1, Kreutzer
Antonin Dvořák: Quartet no. 10 in E flat major, op. 51, Slavonic
Bedřich Smetana: Quartet no. 1 in E minor, From My Life

Barnes Music Festival: London

St. Mary's Church, Barnes Church Road, Barnes, London, London, England

Steve Reich: Different Trains
Kate Bush, arr. William Newell: A selection of her songs

Wigmore Hall: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London, England

Nash Ensemble
BBC Singers
Geoffrey Paterson - conductor
Claire Booth - soprano
Rachel Roberts - viola
Adrian Brendel - cello

Sir Harrison Birtwistle:
Fantasia upon all the notes for flute, clarinet, string quartet and harp
3 songs from The Holy Forest for soprano and ensemble
Songs by Myself for soprano and ensemble

Richmond Concert Society: London

St Mary the Virgin, Twickenham London, England

Franz Joseph Haydn: Piano Trio no. 34 in B flat major, Hob. XV:20
Heinrich Marschner: Piano Trio No. 6 in C minor, Op. 148
Antonin Dvořák: Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90, Dumky

Southbank Centre: London

Royal Festival Hall Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, England

Sleeping at Last, Solem Quartet and cellist/composer Philip Sheppard

Sleeping At Last, the stage moniker of Chicago-based singer, producer and composer Ryan O’Neal, has captivated worldwide listeners for the past 12 years with its enchanting and emotive sound.

O’Neal is known for his ability to craft introspective and cinematic compositions, which have featured in films and series including The Fault in Our Stars, The Twilight Saga and Grey’s Anatomy.

Over the last decade, O’Neal has released three full-length albums, performed with the likes of Alanis Morissette and Christina Perri, scored the feature documentary film Many Beautiful Things, and recorded a podcast in which he explains the process and inspiration behind his music, one song at a time.

In this performance, he shares music from his Atlas project, which has spanned the past 11 years and seen him release an ongoing series of EPs and garner a loyal following.

Oriental Club: London

Oriental Club Stratford Place, London, England

Prach Boondiskulchok: Piano Trio no. 2, Songs without Words
Gabriel Fauré: Piano Trio in D minor, op. 120
Felix Mendelssohn: Three Songs without Words
Fanny Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in D minor, op. 11

Wigmore Hall: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London, England

Wigmore Soloists

Johannes Brahms: Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano in E flat major, op. 40
Johannes Brahms: Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, op. 114
Johannes Brahms: String Sextet in B flat, op.18

Wigmore Hall: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London, England

Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio no. 3 in C minor, op. 101
Antonin Dvo?ák: Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, op. 90, Dumky

Medical Music Society of London: London

Princess Alexandra Hall, Royal Over-Seas League Over-Seas House, Park Place St. James's, London, England

With Emile Souvagie (clarinet)

Nadia Boulanger, arr. Amy Tress: Three Pieces for cello and piano, arranged for string quartet
Ludwig van Beethoven: Quartet no. 16 in F major, op. 135
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A major, K. 581

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