Jenna Sherry Violin Prach Boondisckulchok Piano

date calender icon Sunday 21st April clock icon 6:30pm

This is a Dinner and recital evening starting with dinner at 6.30 pm followed by recital first set - intermission and dessert - 2nd set follows.£45.00 per guest to include dinner and recital


Jean-Philippe Rameau - Les Sauvages and L’Egyptienne from Suite in G major RCT 6

Claude Debussy - Violin Sonata

George Gershwin - Three Preludes


W. C. Handy - St. Louis Blues arr. Jenna Sherry

Florence Price - Fantasy for Violin and Piano no. 2

Maurice Ravel - Piéce en forme de Habanera

Maurice Ravel - Violin Sonata no. 2

Jenna Serry

A musician deeply shaped by her roots in the bohemian city of New Orleans, violinist Jenna Sherry is currently based in London and the Netherlands. A versatile chamber musician who also specializes in historical performance, Jenna has collaborated with cellist Steven Isserlis, composers Unsuk Chin and Julian Anderson, and performed at venues including the Kennedy Center, Barbican Hall, and in the Aldeburgh Festival, the Warsaw Autumn Festival, and the Salzburg Chamber Music Festival. Jenna founded and is Artistic Director of the Birdfoot Festival, praised for its “youthful, rule-bending style

Prach Boondiskulchok

Thai-born London-based musician Prach Boondiskulchok enjoys a uniquely diverse career as a pianist, fortepianist, and composer. Equally at home improvising 18th C. ornaments and composing with microtonal harmonies, Prach’s performances have taken him to international stages and festivals. He is a founding member of the Linos Piano Trio. His collaborations have included recitals with Steven Isserlis, Roger Chase, and Leonid Gorokhov. Prach is an artistic researcher at the Orpheus Institute, and teaches piano and chamber music at the Royal College of Music in London.

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Antoine Preat Piano recital

date calender icon Sunday 12th May clock icon 6:30pm

We welcome back Antoine Preat a very fine French pianist for a dinner and piano recital

table bookings to include dinner and Recital are £40.00 per guest

He is recording a new CD with The French Label Naive and would like to perform the work here at Yewfield before he goes into the studio

Programme to include Haydn sonata in E minor and B minor, as well as Prokofiev Sarcasms and Romeo and Juliet

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The Pixels Ensemble

date calender icon Sunday 7th July clock icon 6:30pm

This is a dinner and recital evening starting at 6.30 pm with dinner followed by the first set intermission and dessert followed by final set £45.00 per guest.

Sophie Rosa Violin, Ian Buckle piano and Jonathan Aasgaard, cello

Pixels Ensemble is a versatile chamber music group with a shared passion for performing the finest repertoire, from the classical period to the present day. Its players are all established soloists, chamber musicians, recording artists, orchestral principals and explorers of contemporary music. Formed in 2016 by pianist and director Ian Buckle, the group appears in a wide range of line-ups and combinations, lending itself to innovative programming and enabling huge variety within individual concerts. Recent engagements include appearances at Liverpool Philharmonic, the Holywell Music Room in Oxford and Conway Hall in London; and the group enjoys close associations with the University of Liverpool and Stapleford Granary, Cambridge. Pixels Ensemble is committed to new music, with premieres of works by Lera Auerbach, Dani Howard, Martin Iddon, Timothy Jackson, Marco Momi and Karen Tanaka.

Benjamin Britten - Sonata for cello and piano, op 65
Edward Elgar - Sonata for violin and piano, op 82
Frank Bridge - Piano Trio no 2

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Graham Caskie Piano and Poppy Beddoe Clarinet

date calender icon Sunday 20th October clock icon 6:30pm

The Dinner and Recital is by reservation only.

Tickets £45.00 include both the dinner and concert

programme to include Brahms and Poulenc

Poppy Beddoe - Clarinet

Working as a soloist, orchestral and chamber musician, Poppy performs extensively throughout the UK and internationally. Poppy studied Music at King’s College London, graduating in 2014, followed by a Masters at the Royal Academy of Music in 2016.

In 2021 Poppy released her debut album, Soliloquy, with Ulysses Arts which features her own transcriptions of Bach and Hildegard of Bingen.

In late 2022 she recorded a concerto written for her by Matthew Taylor with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. This was broadcast on BBC Radio Three in 2024 and released on disc by Toccata Classics.

Graham Caskie - Piano

Internationally acclaimed pianist Graham Caskie is renowned particularly for his interpretations of the piano music of Brahms and Debussy. Recitals have included most works of Debussy - notably including both Books of Preludes and from Brahms the Sonatas, the complete Klavierstucke and chamber music works.He has previously taught at The Yehudi Menuhin School and Chetham’s School of Music and now currently teaches at The Royal Academy of Music, The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and London College of Music.