September 2020

Sep23
Recital by Andrew Connell-SmithOnline

This will be the first of our series of online recitals, introduced by Levon Chilingirian OBE, President of the Competition. The 30 minute recital by Andrew Connell-Smith, who competed in 2010, will provide a fanfare for the start of the recital series. The purpose of the recitals is partly to bring you wonderful music to enjoy in your own homes and partly, through your donations, to provide support to young professional musicians at this difficult time. Further details will be circulated to all Friends, Patrons and Supporters of the Competition. If you do not already receive the Competition newsletter, please click on 'Subscribe' at the foot of this page to be added to our mailing list.

October 2020

Oct21
Live recital by Emma Halnan and Charles WiffenKing Charles the Martyr

Emma Halnan (flute) and Charles Wiffen (piano) will perform live for a small audience at the Church of King Charles the Martyr in Tunbridge Wells. Emma Halnan was a finalist in 2018, while Charles Wiffen is an Honorary Patron of the Competition.

Tickets no longer available. Donations welcome.

Oct28
Online recital by Emma Halnan and Charles Wiffen recorded at King Charles the Martyr

Your chance to see a recording of the live recital by Emma Halnan (flute) and Charles Wiffen (piano) at the Church of King Charles the Martyr in Tunbridge Wells. The streamed recital is available from 28th October until 3rd November, presenting a programme of music by Hue, Arnold, Rachmaninoff and Faure. Donations are welcome.

An introduction by Charles Rosenmeyer, Competition Patron, can be found here at 8.15pm.

The recital itself can be found here at 8.30pm.

November 2020

Nov04
Recital by Joy LisneyOnline

Joy Lisney (cello), finalist in the 2018 Competition, will perform a 30 minute recital, presenting Suite No.1 by J S Bach and Suite No.3 by Benjamin Britten. The recital will be introduced by Matthew Ward, Director of Music at Mayfield School (at 8.20pm) followed by Joy's recital at 8.30pm. There will be followed by a discussion on Zoom at 9.10pm. The purpose of the recital is partly to bring you wonderful music to enjoy in your own homes and partly, through your donations, to provide support to young professional musicians at this difficult time. Links will be circulated shortly to all Friends, Patrons and Supporters of the Competition and will be available on the website shortly before the recital. If you do not already receive the Competition newsletter, please click on 'Subscribe' at the foot of this page to be added to our mailing list.

Donations welcome. 8.20pm start.

An introduction by Matthew Ward, Director of Music at Mayfield School, can be found here at 8.20pm.

Bach Suite No 1 can be found here at 8.30pm.

Britten Suite No 3 can be found here at 8.50pm.

December 2020

Dec02
Recital by Alexander UllmanOnline

Alexander Ullman (piano), overall winner of the 2012 Competition and winner of the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in 2017, will perform a 30 minute recital. The purpose of the recital is partly to bring you wonderful music to enjoy in your own homes and partly, through your donations, to provide support to young professional musicians at this difficult time. Further details will be circulated to all Friends, Patrons and Supporters of the Competition. If you do not already receive the Competition newsletter, please click on 'Subscribe' at the foot of this page to be added to our mailing list.

The recital can be found here: https://youtu.be/7rj437QaDrU

January 2021

Jan06
Recital by Matthew HighamOnline

We regret that this event has been postponed owing to Covid-19.

February 2021

Feb03
Recital by Dominic DegavinoOnline

Dominic Degavino (piano), 2016 Competition Piano winner, will perform a 30 minute recital. The purpose of the recital is partly to bring you wonderful music to enjoy in your own homes and partly, through your donations, to provide support to young professional musicians at this difficult time. Further details will be circulated to all Friends, Patrons and Supporters of the Competition. If you do not already receive the Competition newsletter, please click on 'Subscribe' at the foot of this page to be added to our mailing list.

Introduction at 8.15pm and 8.30pm start.

Donations welcome.

March 2021

Mar06

Recital by Matthew HighamOnline

Matthew Higham (flute), 2016 Competition Wind winner, will perform a 30 minute recital. The purpose of the recital is partly to bring you wonderful music to enjoy in your own homes and partly, through your donations, to provide support to young professional musicians at this difficult time. Further details will be circulated to all Friends, Patrons and Supporters of the Competition. If you do not already receive the Competition newsletter, please click on 'Subscribe' at the foot of this page to be added to our mailing list. Introduction at 8.15pm and 8.30pm start.

Donations welcome.

April 2021

Full details of the Interim Competition are  available here.