The Virtuoso Recorder: Jill Kemp

Venue Great Hall

Running time 50

Artists: Jill Kemp recorders, Claire Williams harpsichord, Gavin Roberts piano

Prices

Tickets £10 | Students and U16 £5

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Next date 6th August 5:15 pm

About this event

Jill Kemp is passionate about raising the recorder’s profile, and proving it to be an exciting and versatile instrument. Jill’s repertoire spans seven centuries, and she regularly performs premieres and new commissions.

Jill has broadcast on the BBC, Classic FM and American, Italian and Polish television. Recital venues throughout Europe and the USA include Carnegie Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Harrogate International Festival, Castle Howard and the Isle of Man Early Music Festival. She has performed with many ensembles, including Red Priest, Stile Antico and the LSO.

Jill’s programme is a great mix of Baroque sparkle and Spanish virtuosity, as well as the Japanese composer Ryōhei Hirose’s beautifully atmospheric Meditation.

Telemann Sonata in C major TWV 41:C5
Blavet Sonata no.2 in B minor Op.3
Ryōhei Hirose Meditation
York Bowen Sonata Op.121
Pablo de Sarasate Zigeunerweisen Op.20

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