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April 2012 Friday 20th April


Eighteenth-Century English Recorders


6.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


This event marks the culmination of an important project, sponsored by the Academy and the University of Oxford, to record some of the finest recorders by eighteenth-century English makers, such as Bressan and Stanesby, housed in the Bate Collection at Oxford. Given the delicacy and rarity of these instruments, it is unlikely they will ever be heard live in public again. Academy professors Peter Holtslag and Elizabeth Kenny present a recital including works by Handel, Eccles, Daniel Purcell and Banister to celebrate the launch of their CD.


Friday 20th April


Nancy Nuttall Early Music Prize Final


7.30pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Generously supported by Academy alumna Nancy Loxham Ward née Nuttall (1910–2011), this prize will be awarded for historically informed performances of pre-1800 chamber music.


Sunday 22nd April Bach Cantata Series 12.00noon see page 5.


Monday 23rd April


Couperin Trio at St Martin-in-the-Fields 1.00pm


St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ Free, no tickets required


Davina Clarke violin Emily Smith cello and viola da gamba Nathaniel Mander harpsichord Sarah Gabriel soprano


Handel Extracts from Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno Rameau Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts from Premier Concert Francoeur Sonata in D minor Couperin Les Concerts Royeaux from Premier Concert


Sofia Larsson soprano Lancelot Nomura bass-baritone Finnegan Downie Dear piano


Programme to include songs and duets by Schubert, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn and Debussy.


Tuesday 24th April Flute Masterclass


10.00am–1.00pm and 2.00–5.00pm Concert Room Free, no tickets required


Emily Beynon continues her work with Academy flautists.


Tuesday 24th April Vocal Duets


1.05pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


Monday 23rd April Flute Masterclass


2.00–5.00pm and 6.00–9.00pm Henry Wood Room Free, no tickets required


With Emily Beynon, principal flute of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and Visiting Professor at the Royal Academy of Music.


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