Saturday 12th October 2013, 7.30pm
Jamie Walton (cello), Adam Johnson (piano)

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Jamie Walton
Jamie Walton

Internationally-renowned cellist Jamie Walton is our series’ artist-in-residence. He performs Bach’s 2nd Suite and Britten’s 3rd Suite (both for unaccompanied cello), Brahms’ Sonata for Piano and Cello in E minor, and Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano and Cello in G minor.
Jamie’s recent recording of the Britten attracted rave reviews:
“Jamie Walton’s absorbing performances of all three [Britten Suites] seem to expose and explore the emotional heart and soul that went into the writing of them.”
The Daily Telegraph, July 2013 stars
“A musical triumph, captured in first-rate sound.”
Sinfini Music, July 2013 stars
“None of this music holds terrors for Walton, with his big, bold tone and formidable technique.”
The Sunday Times, July 2013

Pre-performance talk 6.45pm.
Audience refreshments are available from 6.30pm onwards.

Regrettably the masterclass with Jamie Walton is now cancelled.
The concert is unaffected.

How to book

An individual season ticket gaining admission to all concerts costs £75.00.
Tickets are not sent out for events.
Audience members should bring email confirmation to the event.
For all concerts admission is free to under-16s and full-time students (subject to availability). Identification may be requested.
St Andrew’s Church is wheelchair accessible and accompanying carers are admitted free.
The information on this website is correct as at 10/7/13.
Those booking tickets are advised to check in advance if there are any changes to the published events.

The pre-performance talk (in the form of a discussion) is given before the concert by Benjamin Costello, Artistic Director of Thames Concerts, together with some of the artists involved. This lasts around 20 minutes and serves as a brief introduction to the works being performed, and offers insight into the rehearsal process.