London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields
Jul
28
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Programme
Vivaldi – ‘Spring’ and ‘Summer’ from Four Seasons
Pachelbel – Canon
Bach – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Vivaldi – Cello Concerto in C minor
Marcello – Oboe Concerto in D minor
Bach – Gavotte and Air ‘on the G string’
Bach – Concerto for Oboe and Violin in D minor

London Musical Arts Ensemble
Huw Clement-Evans
Oboe
Gemma Sharples Violin
Christopher Jones Violin
Anna Menzies Cello
John Landor Director

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields
Aug
3
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Programme

Mozart – Divertimento in F
Handel – Larghetto
Boccherini – Minuet
Vivaldi – Four Seasons
Mozart – Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

London Musical Arts Ensemble
Gildas String Quartet
Joshua Fisher Violin
John Landor Director

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields
Aug
31
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Mozart – Divertimento in D
Pachelbel – Canon
Bach – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in D minor
Vivaldi – Four Seasons

London Musical Arts Orchestra
Gildas String Quartet
Christopher Jones Violin
Gemma Sharples Violin
John Landor Director

Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown @ Syde Manor
Nov
4
12:00 pm12:00

Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown @ Syde Manor

  • Syde Manor

Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown , Les Marionettes, will present a short lunchtime recital in the beautiful Tythe barn at Syde Manor.

Music to include all their own arrangments of works by Bach, Mozart and Rameau.

Harpsichord Recital at Restoration House
Dec
16
7:30 pm19:30

Harpsichord Recital at Restoration House

  • Restoration House

Nathaniel Mander returns to Restoration House to perform a harpsichord recital of music from the Golden English age on the beautiful Zenti harpsichord housed within the Elizabethan Manor.

Programme to include music by Byrd, Bull, Tomkins as well as Frescobaldi and Sweelinck.

Les Marionettes -  for two to play
Apr
28
7:00 pm19:00

Les Marionettes - for two to play

  • Church of St Mary

Les Marionettes - For Two to Play

Saxon Shore Early Music

Nathaniel Mander & Sam Brown   harpsichord, renaissance lute & classical guitar
Winner of the 10th Broadwood Harpsichord and the 2010 Fenton House Early Keyboard Ensemble Competitions, harpsichordist Nathaniel Mander has since become one of the UK's foremost young keyboard performers and is joined by Sam Brown, a member of Dowland Works, and is much in demand as a recitalist, soloist and accompanist on lute and guitar.  Contemporary arrangements were common place in the 17th and 18th centuries and their fascinating programme explores some well-known composers including J.S. & J.C. Bach, Mozart, Rameau and Fernando Sor, including solos items for each instrument. Come and delight in the unusual sounds of two plucked instruments!


London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields
Jul
20
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra @ St Martin in the Fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Programme

Bach – Violin Concertos in E major and A minor
Purcell – Fantasias in Four Parts: No 4 in G minorNo 5 in B flat majorNo 6 in F major
Vivaldi – Sinfonia al Santo Sepolchri
Telemann – Viola Concerto in G
Pachelbel – Canon
Bach – Air ‘on the G string’
Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in D minor

London Musical Arts
Gildas String Quartet
Christopher Jones Violin
Gemma Sharples Violin
Kay Stephens Viola
John Landor Director

Hertfordshire Festival of Music
Jun
10
9:00 pm21:00

Hertfordshire Festival of Music

  • Friends Meeting House

Nathaniel Mander and Heather Tomola - Harpsichord Duo

An intimate concert of four-hand harpsichord music by Mozart, Haydn and JC Bach, held in the atmospheric setting of the oldest Quaker meeting house in the world.

BHS Harpsichord Masterclass
May
20
2:00 pm14:00

BHS Harpsichord Masterclass

  • Handel and Hendrix

The British Harpsichord Society welcomes a new generation of harpsichordists with keyboard specialist Nathaniel Mander.

Nathaniel will tutor and nurture the next generation of harpsichordist and demonstrate his own virtuosic playing.

Lute and Virginals
May
6
5:30 pm17:30

Lute and Virginals

  • Dutch Church

Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown present a programme of Elizabethan music in their own arrangements for Lute and Virginals.

Music by Tomkins, Dowland and Byrd

Fortepiano and Guitar at the Holburne
Apr
27
7:30 pm19:30

Fortepiano and Guitar at the Holburne

  • Holburne Museum

Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown perform a delightful programme of 18th and 19th century music for guitar and piano including both original music and their own transcriptions.

Nathaniel will be performing on the beautiful 18th century Schantz fortepiano housed in the museum.

Duo Recital
Mar
12
3:00 pm15:00

Duo Recital

  • St Andrew's Church

Olwen Foulkes - Recorder

Nathaniel Mander- Harpsichord

Olwen and Nathaniel present a recital exploring the musical world surrounding the famous literary society Accademia degli Arcadi. They will introduce music by composers who were associated with the society's patron, and explore musical representations of the members’ mascots; Apollo, Pan, and the muses, which will include music by Handel, Scarlatti, Corelli, Stradella and Bononcini, amongst others.

Duo Recital
Mar
11
7:30 pm19:30

Duo Recital

  • Wingfield Barns

Olwen Foulkes - Recorder

Nathaniel Mander - Harpsichord

Olwen and Nathaniel present a recital exploring the musical world surrounding the famous literary society Accademia degli Arcadi. They will introduce music by composers who were associated with the society's patron, and explore musical representations of the members’ mascots; Apollo, Pan, and the muses, which will include music by Handel, Scarlatti, Corelli, Stradella and Bononcini, amongst others.

London Musical Arts Orchestra at St.Martin-in-the-fields
Feb
23
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra at St.Martin-in-the-fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Programme

Vivaldi – Sinfonia ‘alla rustica’
Vivaldi – Violin Concerto in A minor Op 6 No 3
Pachelbel – Canon
Bach – Adagio
Vivaldi – Concerto for Four Violins in B minor
Bach – Concerto for Violin in A minor
Bach – Air ‘on the G String’
Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in D minor

London Musical Arts Orchestra at St.Martin-in-the-Fields
Jan
13
7:30 pm19:30

London Musical Arts Orchestra at St.Martin-in-the-Fields

  • St Martin in the Fields

Bach – Violin Concerto in A minor
Pachelbel – Canon
Handel – Larghetto
Marcello – Oboe Concerto in D minor
Bach – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Bach – Violin Concerto in E major
Bach – Air ‘on the G String’
Bach – Gavotte
Bach – Concerto for Oboe and Violin in D minor

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Dec
8
6:30 pm18:30

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

  • Handel House Museum

In this seasonal recital, harpsichordist Nathaniel Mander performs a fireside collection of yuletide gems from Georgian England

Handel's Deborah
Nov
26
7:30 pm19:30

Handel's Deborah

  • New Caste University

Nathaniel joins the Newcastle Bach Choir for a performance of Handel's gripping Oratorio Deborah.

London Concertante in Ireland
Nov
19
7:30 pm19:30

London Concertante in Ireland

  • Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral

Nathaniel Mander joins London Concertante for a candle lit programme of Mozart, Pachelbel, Bach and Vivaldi's ever popular Four Seasons.

London Concertante in Ireland
Nov
18
8:00 pm20:00

London Concertante in Ireland

  • Christ Church Cathedral

Nathaniel Mander joins London Concertante for a candle lit programme of Mozart, Pachelbel, Bach and Vivaldi's ever popular Four Seasons.

Academy Arcadia
Nov
13
7:00 pm19:00

Academy Arcadia

  • Dorcester Arts Festival

The Academy of Arcadia' - Recorder player Olwen Foulkes and harpsichordist Nathaniel Mander present a recital exploring the musical world surrounding the famous literary society Accademia degli Arcadi. The recital will introduce music by composers who were associated with the society's patron, and explore musical representations of the members’ mascots; Apollo, Pan, and the muses. Tonight’s recital will include music by Handel, Scarlatti, Corelli, Stradella, and Bononcini, amongst others

'A French Fancy'
Oct
27
6:30 pm18:30

'A French Fancy'

  • Handel and Hendrix Museum

Olwen Foulkes (recorders) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) present a programme of music centred around the Concert Spirituel, which was founded in Paris in 1725 as one of the first public concert series in France. This recital examines the diversity of styles that took the Frenchman’s fancy until 1790 and includes music by Couperin, Vivaldi, Duphly, and Corelli.

Harpsichord and Guitar Recital
Oct
23
3:00 pm15:00

Harpsichord and Guitar Recital

  • Bognor Regis School of Music

An afternoons recital of music for harpsichord and guitar given by Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown featuring their own electrifying arrangements of Bach, Mozart and Rameau.

Harpsichord Recital at Restoration House
Oct
8
7:30 pm19:30

Harpsichord Recital at Restoration House

  • Restoration House

Nathaniel Mander presents a programme of English Virginal music on the beautiful Zenti harpsichord in the stunning Elizabethan Mansion in Rochester, Restoration House.

Music to include works by Byrd, Bull, Thomkins and Phillips.

Harpsichord and Guitar Recital
Sep
23
7:30 pm19:30

Harpsichord and Guitar Recital

  • St.Luke's Parish Church

An evening's recital of music for harpsichord and guitar given by Nathaniel Mander and Sam Brown featuring their own electrifying arrangements of Bach, Mozart and Rameau.

 

Academy Arcadia
Sep
22
6:30 pm18:30

Academy Arcadia

  • Handel House Museum

The Academy of Arcadia' - Recorder player Olwen Foulkes and harpsichordist Nathaniel Mander present a recital exploring the musical world surrounding the famous literary society Accademia degli Arcadi. The recital will introduce music by composers who were associated with the society's patron, and explore musical representations of the members’ mascots; Apollo, Pan, and the muses. Tonight’s recital will include music by Handel, Scarlatti, Corelli, Stradella, and Bononcini, amongst others

Chamber music at MADhurst
Aug
21
7:00 pm19:00

Chamber music at MADhurst

  • Midhurst Parish Church

A performance of chamber music spanning four centuries including some newly made arrangements for guitars, flute and harpsichord in the Midhurst Music, Arts and Drama festival.

 

Sam Brown guitar, lute
Nathaniel Mander harpsichord
Johan Lofvig guitar, theorbo
Yu-wei Hu flute 

Mostly Mozart
Jul
10
7:30 pm19:30

Mostly Mozart

  • 16 Chesterford Gardens London, NW3 7DE United Kingdom

MOSTLY MOZART!

Programme

Forget-me-not for strings (premiere) L. S. Mander (b.1984)

Introduction & Variations on a theme by Mozart F. Sor (1778-1839)

Piano Concerto no.11 in F major, K.413 W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)

 

INTERVAL

 (drinks will be served)

 

Piano Concerto no.12 in A major, K.414 W. A. Mozart

Sonata for Piano & Violin arr. for Piano & Guitar K.301 W. A. Mozart

Intermezzo from Concertino for Piano & Strings (premiere) L. S. Mander

 

Piano Soloists -  Nathaniel Mander, Louis Mander, Geoffrey Lim 

Guitar - Sam Brown

Violin Minsi Yang, Claudia Norz

Viola Nichola Blakey

V'cello Carina Drury

Double-bass Jack Cherry

'When Musick and Sweet Poetrie Agree'
Jul
4
7:30 pm19:30

'When Musick and Sweet Poetrie Agree'

  • Hatchlands Park

Anna Thunström, Emma Kirkby – sopranos
Lindsay Richardson – alto
Michael Solomon Williams – tenor
Adrian Horsewood – bass
Sam Brown – lute
Nathaniel Mander – virginals (King Charles II’s Virginals)

 

An evening of songs, duets, four-part ayres and instrumental fancies on  lute and virginals, in honour of Shakespeare’s anniversary.

 

Scattered through Shakespeare’s plays are songs of such artful directness that composers ever since have made their own settings of his lyrics. This programme includes two titles from The Tempest, set by Robert Johnson, arguably the only versions that might have been heard on Shakespeare’s stage along with near-contemporary settings by Morley and a version of Orpheus with his lute by Maurice Greene.

 

Using forces nearly equivalent to those at Shakespeare’s disposal, this programme gives an idea of the marvellous range of works from this period. Dowland and Danyel are included, as well as a celebration of the 450th anniversary of the birth in the Veneto of Angelo Notari, whose volume The First New Music helped to establish Italian singing styles in Europe.