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The West Meon Music Festival - Gabriella Jones (harp)

When
Saturday September 14, 2019 at 15:00
Where
All Saints Church, East Meon
Tickets
£12, students £5, both including tea
Phone for tickets: 01489 891055
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  1. Andantino, from In the Mists, for piano - Leoš Janácek, transcribed for harp by Gabriella Jones)
  2. Sarabanda e Toccata, for harp - Nino Rota
  3. Dumka in C minor, for piano Op 59 - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, transcribed for harp by Gabriella Jones
  4. Clair de lune, from Suite bergamasque - Claude Debussy, arranged for harp by Gabriella Jones
  5. Consolation No 2: Un poco più mosso, from 6 Consolations, for piano S 172 - Franz Liszt, transcribed for harp by Gabriella Jones
  6. Pièce symphonique, for harp - Henriette Renié

Winner of many competitions and awards, Gabriella Jones is one of the most exciting young harpists to emerge onto the concert scene in recent years.

Gabriella has received masterclasses from Anneleen Lenearts, Marisa Robles, Elizabeth Fontaine-Binoche, Helga Stock, and Sioned Williams. Since 2012 Gabriella has played principal with several London based orchestras; Melos Sinfonia in St Johns Smith Square, Aleph Orchestra, London Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, and Philharmonia Brittanica. Gabriella has played under the many of the world's leading conductors including Antonio Pappano, Vladimir Ashkenazy, and Yan Pascal Tortelier. Gabriella is passionate about opera and has recently played Britten's Albert Herring, with french festival opera, Opera de Baugé. Gabriella is the other half of prize-winning flute and harp duo. À Deux Duo, had first place success at the North London Festival, sponsored by Camac Harps this summer, and recently played the Welsh premiere of world renowned composer Paul Pattersons latest composition.

Tea and cakes are included in the ticket price, served after the concert.

As in previous years, the festival is delighted to be once again supporting The Rosemary Foundation charity, providing 'hospice at home' services in the locality. For more information see here


Venue
All Saints Church
Church Street
East Meon
Hampshire
GU32 1NJ
England
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