July 18th-21st
Korpo Sibelius Festival, Finland

Solo piano works by Jean Sibelius to include the
Sonata in F major Op. 12, Six Bagatelles Op. 97,
Huit petits Morceaux Op. 99, Ten Pieces Op. 58,
Largo in A major JS117, Florestan Suite JS82
as part of a Sibelius piano marathon curated by
the Festival’s Artistic Director Folke Gräsbeck.

July 23rd 2.00pm
Sibelius Museum, Turku, Finland

All-Sibelius programme:
Florestan Suite JS82
Largo in A major JS117
Eight Pieces Op. 99
Ten Pieces Op. 58

August 4th-10th
Wells International Piano Summer School

New this year, a course for young pianists age 11-18 in the beautiful
surroundings of Wells, Somerset. Minimum recommended standard Grade 5.
Opportunities for individual lessons, performance classes, duets,
chamber music, accompaniment and jazz – as well as the chance to play on
the new Steinway D in Cedars Hall.
Running alongside the Strings and Jazz International Summer Courses from
4th-10th August, participants also have the chance take part in afternoon sports
on nearby Cedars Field. The course is both residential and non-residential for
those living within travelling distance.

August 15th 7.30pm
Chetham’s International Summer School for Pianists, Manchester

Faculty Gala Recital, Stoller Hall
Schumann   Arabesque Op. 18
Schumann   Fantasie in C Op. 17 (1st mvt)


September 13th 3.30pm - 6pm
1901 Arts Club, Waterloo – Schumann CD launch

Robert Schumann CD launch
Doors 3.30pm
Talk by the broadcaster and musicologist Richard Wigmore
4.30pm Half-hour concert of pieces recorded on the disc
Arabesque Op. 18
Fantaisie Op. 17 (1st mvt)
Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op. 26 (excerpts)

November 6th 7.30pm
St Mary’s Church Perivale, New Street Ensemble

Chamber music concert with the New Street Ensemble:
Simon Smith (violin), Marie Lloyd (clarinet) and
Penny Driver (cello).

Beethoven Trio Op. 70 no 1 ‘Ghost’
Bartok Contrasts
Brahms Trio Op. 114 in A minor
Gershwin song arrangements

January 30th 2020 1.00pm
Woodville Halls, Gravesend

Programme TBC

February 18th 2020 7.30pm
Boston Concerts Club (duo)

Programme to include music by Robert Schumann,
Clara Schumann, Schubert and Mendelssohn.

February 29th 2020 7.30pm
Malmesbury Abbey (duo)

Piano 4 Hands (Joseph Tong and Waka Hasegawa) with the
Bath Camerata, conductor Benjamin Goodson.

Programme to include:
Brahms   German Requiem

April 21st 2020 1.05pm
Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Programme TBC

April 26th 2020 3.00pm
Marden House, Calne

Solos and piano duets with Daniel Tong
Programme to include:
Schubert Rondo in A major D951
Dvorak Legends

May 5th 2020 TBC
Sherborne Festival (duo)

Piano 4 Hands (Joseph Tong and Waka Hasegawa)
with the Bath Camerata, conductor Benjamin Goodson.

Programme to include:
Brahms   German Requiem

May 15th 2020 1.00pm
Barber Institute, Birmingham (duo)

Piano duet recital with Daniel Tong (piano)

May 21st 2020 1.00pm
St George’s Bristol

Programme to include works by Schumann

June 5th 2020 7.30pm
Sendesaal, Bremen

Schumann CD launch concert
programme TBC

June 15th-17th 2020 TBC
Benslow Music, Hertfordshire (residential course)

Joseph Tong and Waka Hasegawa will be leading a course for
piano duets and piano duos.

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