The Chagall Piano Trio

date calender icon Sunday 10th December clock icon 6:30pm

A dinner and concert recital £45.00 per guest inclusive

with the Chagall trio Featuring Paul Janes piano, Sarah Brandwood Spencer Violin, Simon Turner Cello

the programme will be arranged later but will include a Brahms trio.There will be an update shortly

Paul Janes ranks as one of the finest and most versatile pianists of his generation. His performances have been praised for their intelligence, artistic sensitivity and technical brilliance.

Sarah Brandwood Spencer

has been a principal violinist of the Halle orchestra since 2005 and is a passionate chamber musician with her colleagues in the Chagall Ensemble

Simon Turner

has been principal cello (no 2) of the Hallé for fifteen years, enjoying tours with the orchestra to China, South America and across Europe, and concerts at the Proms, the Edinburgh Festival and around Britain. He has performed concertos by Dvorak, Elgar, Tchaikovsky and Brahms with many of Manchester’s local orchestras, and is a keen chamber musician, playing with his own Chagall Ensemble


Haydn Piano Trio in C

Prokofiev Sonata for violin and piano


Brahms 1st piano trio in B major

The Printmakers Quintet

date calender icon Saturday 16th December clock icon 6:30pm

Nikki Iles (Piano), Norma Winstone (Vocals), Mike Walker (Electric Guitar), Mark Lockheart (saxophones), Steve Watts (Double Bass)

A contemporary Jazz evening to end the season with a dinner £45.00 per guest

The Printmakers set out to cross the boundaries that traditionally separate jazz, folk and the contemporary music world and are united by a love of song. The repertoire has the distinctive air of English song, including originals by band members, as well as exploring the relatively uncharted territory of Ralph Towner, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell and Fred Hersch. This is an extraordinary group that has something that will touch everyone

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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: Character Pieces from Suite in G Major

Claude Debussy: Violin Sonata

Maurice Ravel: Piece en forme de Habanera

George Gershwin: 3 Preludes


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

Florence Price: Fantasy No. 2

Prach Boondiskulchok: Blues

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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