BACH CLUB

2016 BACH CLUB PROG 11 NOVEMBER

“Young Stars”

Our next Bach Club will be in the LBS annual Bachfest and take place on Friday 11 November, 7.45pm at China Exchange, 32A Gerrard Street London W1.

Like to hear some Bach played on recorder and marimba?  Then Bach Club is not to be missed. 

Tickets are free for 18-30s £10 (Others) and should be booked -even the free ones – from  http://chinaexchange.uk/whats-on/  or at the door from 7pm

Ke Ma  Ke Ma

Here is the programme (so far)

Ke Ma piano  plays  Bach’s 4th Partita (Suite of Dances) for keyboard and some Schubert-Liszt Song Transcriptions for piano. 

Chinese-born, Ke studies at the Royal Academy of Music and is a multi-prize winner. In 2015 she won the Princes Prize named after the Prince of Wales and awarded by the Worshipful Company of Musicians

Tabea & Oliver Tabea Debus and Oliver Pooley

Tabea Debus recorder & Oliver Pooley marimba  German-born Tabea Debus is a St John’s Smith Square Young Artist, having studied at the Royal Academy of Music. Specially for Bach Club she has made some arrangements of Bach’s music for recorder and marimba and added two exciting contemporary pieces that she will play with Oliver Pooley.  Here is Tabea’s and Oliver’s programme: -

  • BACH: Inventio No 11 (BWV 782) arranged for recorder and marima
  • OLE BUCK: Gymel (1983) arranged for sopranino recorder and percussiom
  • BACH: Inventio No 6 (BWV 777)
  • OLIVIER TRUAN  The chase arranged for recorder and marimba

IMG_1468  Jobine Siekman

Jobine Siekman  cello

  • BACH: Suite No 1 in G major BWV 1007

Dutch-born Jobine Siekman is studying at the Royal College of Music with Melissa Phelps and completing her Bachelor of Music degree. She is a prizewinner and has taken part in numerous Master Classes given by distinguished professors including Anna Bilsma.

The 18-30 Bach Club 

Our Inspiration “Little Paris” was how Leipzig in the economic boom of the early 18th century was known. Coffee houses sprang up forming new social arenas; new fashions and social conventions were forumulated, and, with the shift in perspective, a new and exciting platform for the arts was made, meaning NEW MUSIC.

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