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Robin James

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Clare Deniz and Alan Brown's 'romantic' programme was chosen to show both beauty and brilliance of the music written for their two instruments.

Alan is in demand as a soloist with more than thirty concertos in his repertory, and as an accompanist and coach at Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall and at Weimar, Salzburg and Slovenia. Brilliant piano writing and rich and beautiful melodies for the cello; the perfect 'romantic dream' concert programme.

Clare Deniz has performed at Cheltenham Town Hall many times and she has also performed unaccompanied Bach Suites at Cheltenham Festival. She performed the virtuosic Bach suites No's 4,5 and 6 at Gloucester Cathedral in October 2016.She is a registered listed supplier of music for the National Trust and she had performed in many properties. She was invited to take part in the Capability Brown Festival 300 for the Trust in 2016. Amongst a number of biographical listings, she appears most notably in International Who's who in Classical Music and World Who's Who.

She has performed at the South Bank London numerous times since her debut there and throughout the UK at Festivals, music clubs and societies. She has played in Amsterdam Concertgebouw, in Paris, Alte Oper Frankfurt, in Brussels and in Spain. She has been filmed playing her cello to nightingales( as Beatrice Harrison did nightly on radio in the 30s and 40s) for the BBC1 television programme. The One Show and a year later she was filmed again for BBC South East television re-creating the first BBC live outside broadcast which was once again, playing to nightingales.

Time: 2pm

Cost: £10, £8 concs, £5 children

Where: The Subscription Rooms George Street Stroud Glos
Postcode: GL1 1AE

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