Throughout July and August Storyhouse will present a programme of lunchtime concerts completely free of charge.
12 family-friendly concerts will be performed across Storyhouse’s spaces by the best new young musicians.
Whether it’s over lunch, whilst browsing books or simply relaxing in the library, there’s a chance to listen to some fabulous free music.
Lunchtime Concert Lineup
20th July – Lam Duo – Piano Duet
Brothers Jason and Matthew Lam perform a variety of works for piano four-hand including Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole, Brahms Hungarian Dances and Poulenc Sonata for Piano Four Hands.
21st July – Philip Sharp – Solo Piano
Pianist Philip Sharp will perform a Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition and a selection of Brahms Intermezzos.
22nd July – Maxim Kinasov – Solo Piano
Pianist Maxim Kinasov presents a selection of works for solo piano including Rachmaninoff Etude Tableau No’s 2, 3 & 9, Brahms Variations on a theme by Paganini in A minor and Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No 3 in E major.
24th July – Jasmin Allpress – Solo piano
Join pianist Jasmin Allpress for a varied programme of Haydn, Rachmaninoff, Barber and Macdowell.
27th July – Andchuck – Contemporary Jazz Trio
Contemporary Jazz Trio Andchuck will be performing a selection of music from their new EP ‘For Now’
29th July – Night Train Trio
Night Train Trio have been playing together in various guises over the last 2 years. After an initial idea to play Oscar Peterson’s Night Train album, the trio bring to you hand-picked jazz standards and highlights from the 1963 album in an accessible and entertaining format.
30th July – Savva Zvarev – Violin Solo
Violinist Savva Zvarev will perform all 24 of Paganini’s Caprices for Solo Violin in various locations around Storyhouse
31st July – Jodie Buckland and Andrew Jones – Vocalist and piano
Jodie and Andrew perform a set of pop and jazz covers.
1st August – Spin the Globe – Trio
Matt Campbell (guitar) Tom Chapman (bass) and Matt Brown (drums) play with a heavy emphasis on spontaneous collaborative improvisation, allowing themselves to draw upon all kinds of influences, from Pat Metheny and Lionel Loueke to Led Zeppelin and the Beatles.
2nd August – Basilisk Duo
A bass clarinet and baritone sax duet
3rd August – Elias Ackerley – Piano
Young pianist Elias Ackerley will perform Liszt Dante Sonata and Schumann’s Fantasiestüke to round off this year’s series of Lunchtime Concerts.