Returning for her second lunchtime performance at St John’s this month, pianist Irena Radić is joined by violinist Freya Goldmark in a concert of some of the finest music for violin and piano written by French composers. The highlight will be a performance of Franck’s thrilling Sonata in A Major, but we’ll also hear works by composers such as Debussy and Lili Boulanger.
As usual the café will be open from noon, serving a range of hot drinks and homemade cakes, scones etc. All profits from the café will go to The Green Backyard.
The concert will begin promptly at 1pm. Admission is free, but those who are able to afford it are asked to make a donation. The suggested amount is £4.
Freya Goldmark has performed extensively in the UK, not least at Sandringham in front of Prince Charles, in Europe (including Russia, and live on Norwegian national radio), and in Asia in places as far afield as Bangkok, Hong Kong and Penang. She is the founder of the Uppingham International Music Festival, which will take place for the first time over three days in November this year. You can read more about Freya here.
A former young musician of the year in both Peterborough and Oundle, Irena Radić is a frequent performer at St John’s. Her most recent appearance here was in a solo recital in April. You can read more about Irena here.