Interior of St Peter’s
Emily Andrews (flute) and Graham Davies (organ) perform
- Le Rossignol-en-amour – François Couperin
- Sonata XIV – Frederick the Great
- Andante and Variations in D – Felix Mendelssohn
- Concert No 5 in D minor, from Pièces de clavecin en concerts – Jean-Philippe Rameau
- Sonata for recorder and continuo in F HWV 369, Op 1 No 11 – George Frideric Handel
- Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – Johannes Brahms
- Vom Himmel hich, da komm ich her BWV700 – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Syrinx for solo flute – Claude Debussy
- Sonata IX – Frederick the Great
Keyed Up, the St Peter’s Vauxhall organ restoration project, is pleased to present a programme of flute and organ music by Rameau, Couperin, Debussy, Handel and others, performed by Emily Andrews and Graham Davies.
Flautist Emily Andrews graduated in 2010 with Distinction from her Masters degree at the Royal Academy of Music, and balances orchestral playing with solo and chamber music recitals. Graham Davies has given many solo organ recitals in cathedrals and churches throughout the UK. He has studied and taken part in masterclasses with internationally renowned teachers including Margaret Phillips and Nicholas Kynaston, always concentrating on historically informed performance.
Emily and Graham’s duo partnership started in Spring 2014. They perform interesting and uncommon repertoire, with particular interest in the French Baroque, and have found great joy in matching the colours produced by each different organ with the many colours of the flute.
Graham will be playing the organ at St Peter’s, which was built by TC Lewis of Brixton, one of the finest organ builders of the 19th century. John Loughborough Pearson’s stunning architecture and the fantastic acoustics at St Peter’s will complete an evening to remember. Refreshments will be available.
St Peter’s Church, Vauxhall
£10 (£5 concessions)
For advance tickets phone 020 7735 3403
or pay on night
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