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Tuesday 26 January 2016 - 1:10pm - Chichester Cathedral

Lunchtime Cello and Piano Recital

with Cellist partner

Mikhail Lezdkan

More information about Mikhail at http://concertsociety.com/lezdkan/

And follow him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mikhaillezdkan

Programme

Johannes Brahms - Sonata for Piano and Cello F major, opus 99:
1. Allegro vivace. 2. Adagio affettuoso 3. Allegro passionato 4. Allegro molto

Dmitri Shostakovich - Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor Opus 40 :
1. Allegro non troppo. 2. Allegro.

- Romance

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Saturday 6 February 2016 - 7:00pm - Winchester Russian Circle, Music School of Winchester College, Culver Road, Winchester, SO23 9JF

Full Evening Cello and Piano Concert, with Interval.

with Cellist partner

Mikhail Lezdkan

More information about Mikhail at http://concertsociety.com/lezdkan/

And follow him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mikhaillezdkan

Programme

Johannes Brahms - Sonata for Piano and Cello F major, opus 99:
1. Allegro vivace. 2. Adagio affettuoso 3. Allegro passionato 4. Allegro molto

Pyotr Tchaikovsky - Andante Cantabile from String Quartet opus 11
- Pezzo capriccioso, opus 62

Interval

Sergei Rachmaninov - Two pieces :
Prelude and Oriental dance, opus 2

Dmitri Shostakovich - Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor Opus 40 :
1. Allegro non troppo. 2. Allegro. 3.Largo. 4.Allegro.

See/Download Flyer as .pdf

How did it go ? ; contact Charles O'Flynn at winchester@russiancircle.org

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Sunday Afternoon – 3:00pm 25th September, St. Mary's Church, Buriton, Nr. Petersfield, GU31 5RP

A programme of words and smaller scale musical pieces by the great Russian composer - including solo piano works and songs, duos, and trios; interspersed with extracts from letters, newspapers, and diaries.

Alex Poulton - Baritone

Sara Deborah Struntz - Violin

Mikhail Lezdkan - Cello

Valentina Seferinova - Piano

with

Piers Burton-Page - Reader

 

Admission Free - Retiring Collection

Tchaikovsky at Home
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Tuesday 27th September 13:00 - Recital Hall, Music Dept. Bldg., South Downs College, Waterlooville, PO7 8AA

Lunch Time Recital - lasting approx. 45 minutes max.

Mikhail Lezdkan - Cello

Valentina Seferinova - Piano

Programme -

Bach - G major suite No1, Prelude.
Britten - 3rd suite for cello solo - extracts...
Bridge - Meditation, Spring Song, Lullaby, Country Dance.
Faure - Elegie
Tchaikovsky - Pezzo.
Saint-Saens - Swan.
Shostakovich - Spring Valse.

Entrance/Tickets - Free -

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Tuesday 8th November - 19.30 - Bristol Music Club, 76. St Pauls Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1LP

Full Evening's Solo Recital - with Interval and refreshments.

"An Evening with Valentina Seferinova - Up Close and Personal"

Programme :

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918)

Arabesque No 1

La fille aux cheveux de lin

La cathédrale engloutie

Prélude (Suite Bergamasque)

Claire de Lune (Suite Bergamasque)

 

Jósef Wieniawski (1837 – 1912)

Tarantelle op. 4

INTERVAL

Erik Satie (1866 – 1925)         

Gymnopédie No 1

Avant-dernières pensé:

Idylle à Debussy

Aubade à Paul Dukas

Méditation à Albert Rousel

Gnossienne No. 1 & 3

 

Lubomir Różycki (1884 – 1953)

4 Intermezzi op. 42

Andante moderato

Tanz, Allegro moderato

Mosso

Presto

Tickets : Club Members - Free ; Visitors - £5

How did it go ? - please click on Peter Scott to contact him by email.

Or see Ian Digby Blog

Bristol Music Club

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Saturday 19 November - 7:30pm - Portsmouth Music Club, John Knott Rotunda, Portsmouth Grammar School, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2LN

Full Evening's Solo Recital - with Interval and refreshments.

"An Evening with Valentina Seferinova - Up Close and Personal"

Programme :

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918)

Arabesque No 1

La fille aux cheveux de lin

La cathédrale engloutie

Prélude (Suite Bergamasque)

Claire de Lune (Suite Bergamasque)

 

Jósef Wieniawski (1837 – 1912)

Tarantelle op. 4

INTERVAL

Erik Satie (1866 – 1925)         

Gymnopédie No 1

Avant-dernières pensé:

Idylle à Debussy

Aubade à Paul Dukas

Méditation à Albert Rousel

Gnossienne No. 1 & 3

 

Lubomir Różycki (1884 – 1953)

4 Intermezzi op. 42

Andante moderato

Tanz, Allegro moderato

Mosso

Presto

Click here for Portsmouth Music Club details - Children under 13 Free

 

How did it go ? : contact Mariana Tapp PMC Chair

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Sunday 1st Febuary - 3:00pm - Regis Recital Hall, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1ER.

Sunday Afternoon Solo Recital:

'All Russian' Programme:

Tchaikovsky - The Seasons (selection).

Scriabin - Preludes + Poems.

Rachmaninov - Morceaux de Fantaisie Opus 3.

Refreshments and chat afterwards.

How did it go ? contact - 01243 866462

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Saturday 7th March - 7:00pm - Winchester Russian Circle, Music School of Winchester College, Culver Road, Winchester, SO23 9JF

Full Evening Solo Recital, with Interval.

'All Russian' Programme:

Tchaikovsky - The Seasons Op. 32a (September to March).

Scriabin - Preludes Opus 27 + Poems Opus 32.

Rachmaninov - Morceaux de Fantaisie Opus 3 (all 5 pieces).

How did it go ? contact e-mail winchester@russiancircle.org
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Sunday 12th April - 3:00pm - St. Mary's Church, Buriton (Nr. Petersfield) Hants., GU31 5RP

Brahms and Clara - A Musical Romance.

A concert of music by Johannes Brahms and his closest female friend Clara Schumann, widow of the composer Robert Schumann. To include music for piano and cello, some of their songs, and a complete performance of a 'Trio' by Brahms for piano, violin, and cello. Interspersed with short readings from the Letters exchanged between the pair over many years :-

with performers

Margaret Humphrey Clark - mezzo-soprano.

Ishani Bhoola - violin.

Mikhail Lezdkan - cello.

myself - Valentina Seferinova - piano.

Piers Burton-Page - reader

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Saturday 4th July - Full Evening Concert. 7:30pm - Regis Recital Hall, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1ER.

Brahms and Clara - A Musical Romance.

In words and Music.

A concert of music by Johannes Brahms and his closest female friend Clara Schumann, widow of the composer Robert Schumann. To include music for piano and cello, voice, cello & piano, songs for mezzo-soprano & piano, solo piano, and a complete performance of 'Trio No.1' for piano, violin, and cello by Brahms.

Interspersed with short readings from the Letters exchanged between the pair over many years :-

with performers

Margaret Humphrey Clark - mezzo-soprano.

Mikhail Lezdkan - cello.

Sara Deborah Strunz - violin.

myself - Valentina Seferinova - piano.

Martin Muncaster - reader

How did it go ? Contact 01243 866462

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Sunday 5th July - 7:00pm. Royal Marines Museum Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 9PX

Chamber Orchestra of the Solent Symphony Orchestra

Programme

Trevelyan Suite
Malcolm Arnold (wind players only)
Appalachian Spring
Copland (Original version for 13 players)
'cello Concerto No 2 in D major
Haydn
Symphony No 1
Beethoven

Conductor : Steve Tanner : Leader : Kirstie Robertson

How did it go ? Contact 01252 711658 : 01252 793830 : 02392 862957

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Saturday 14th November - 7-30pm.

Full Evening's solo recital concert for Portsmouth Music Club at the Michael Nott Rotunda, Portsmouth Grammar School, High Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2LN.

Presented as :-

"An Evening with Valentina Seferinova

- in the round; up-close and personal"

Programme

including Interval with refreshments.

Schubert-Prokofiev: Valses (chosen and presented in the form of a suite by S. Prokofiev)
Brahms: Rhapsodies op. 79
Shostakovich: 3 Fantastic Dances op. 5
Tchaikovsky - from The Seasons Op. 37 : October, November December
Scriabin: 7 Preludes op. 17
Scriabin: 2 Poems op. 32

How did it go ? See below for review by Mike Allen of The Portsmouth News

Or contact :- Email:  portsmouthmusicclub@gmail.com or Tel: 023 92820317

Mike Allen Review Oct 2015

Text of image at the left hand side :-

Portsmouth News – Wednesday November 18, 2015.


Review


Rhythmically irresistible performance


Valentina Seferinova
The Rotunda,
Portsmouth Grammar School


Bulgarian by birth, married to a Brit and living at Waterlooville, pianist Valentina Seferinova is a favourite at Portsmouth Music Club – and no wonder.
In Austro-German and Russian repertoire, she slipped easily into the different musical languages, even achieving Russian-accented Viennese in Prokofiev’s presentation of Schubert waltzes.  That was compelling, and the quirkiness of a Shostakovitch waltz in his Three Fantastic Dances was a delight.
In the final sections of Tchaikovsky’s The Seasons, she caught October’s fluidity of movement, tapering down hypnotically; you could hear the rattle of the troika in November; and December’s waltz was rhythmically irresistible.
In Scriabin’s Seven Preludes, Op17, she was haunting in stillness as she was stunning at speed. For some listeners (I suspect) a wondrous discovery.

Mike Allen

 

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Tuesday 13th May : 1-10pm - Chichester Cathedral

Lunchtime Solo Recital

Programme

Today’s recital was devoted to Franz Liszt and his close associates Joachim Raff and Jozef Wieniawski :-

Joachim Raff (1822 – 1882)

Trois Morceaux op. 2:
Elégie
Romanze
Valse

Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886)
Romance, 1848
Józef Wieniawski (1837 – 1912)

Tarantelle, op. 4
 Nocturne, op. 37
 Fantasie et Fugue, op. 25

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Sunday 15th June 2014, The Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Portsmouth, PO4 9PX

Chamber Orchestra of the Solent Symphony Orchestra

Evening concert in aid of St. Wilfrid's Hospice, Chichester.

In memory of Lynne Cockerill, viola player and founder member of the orchestra.

* Double Violin Concerto - Bach

Dumbarton Oaks - Stravinsky

* Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 - Bach

Symphony No. 39 - Mozart

(For the pieces marked with an * I joined the Chamber Orchestra playing a Harpsichord)

Conductor : Steve Tanner : Leader : Kirstie Robertson

How did it go? Contacts 01252 711658 : 01252 793830 : 02392 862957

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Thursday 23rd October - 1-30pm Recital Hall, Music Department, South Downs College, College Road, Waterlooville, PO7 8AA

Full Concert Recital, with Interval, and refreshments

A tribute to my late Mother

Some of her favourite pieces.

Composers:

Rachmaninov, Chopin, Scriabin, Vladigeuroff.

How did it go ? See unexpected independant review here.

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23rd February 2013 at 19.30 at St Thomas’ Anglican Cathedral, Portsmouth

Solent Symphony Orchestra
Conductor - Steve Tanner                Leader - Kirstie Robertson

Pre-Concert Chamber Music
Kasunari (Kazu) Shiraiso L.ABRSM : piano

Beethoven Leonore Overture 3

Beethoven Piano Concerto 3 in C minor

(Soloist: Monica Zhenyu – Dip. A.B.R.S.M.)

INTERVAL

Stravinsky Firebird Suite (1945).


Note: Monica Zhenyu gained her Diploma as a student of mine and has been accepted at Guildhall, London for further studies. 12 months ago she won several piano sections & trophies in the annual Portsmouth Music Festival; last autumn she was judged overall winner of all instrumental categories – the prize being to be Guest Soloist in tonight’s concert).

Kazu Shiraiso is also a student of mine - and is now preparing for his Fellowship examination.


By coincidence I have been invited to take the piano part in the Orchestra’s performance of Stravinsky’s ‘Firebird Suite’.


How did it go?

See review below.

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Sunday 19th May 2010 3:00pm Recital Hall, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, W. Sussex, PO21 1ER.

Sunday Afternoon Solo Recital

F. Chopin - Fantasie in F Minor, Op. 49


Z. Noskowski - Valse dolente, op. 35 No 3


J. Wieniawski - Tarantelle, op. 4


V. Stoyanov - Nocturne
(might add V. Stoyanov - Horovodno/Bulgarian Dance)


Rachmaninov - 2 preludes:
Op. 3 No 2 in C Sharp Minor
Op. 32 No 12 in G Sharp Minor


L. Rozycki - Balladyna op. 25

How did it go?

Contact: Recital Hall on 01243 866462 or e-mail recital@tiscali.co.uk

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Between 18th and 22nd July I was in Warsaw, Poland - in a recording studio with my 'Va i Ve' duet partner Venera Bojkova. We recorded solo, 2 piano, and 4 hand works by the Polish composer Józef Wienaiwski (1837-1912) for release on CD by the leading Polish recording company Acte Préalable.

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Saturday 21st September 2013 - 7-30pm

Hayling Island Community Centre, Station Road, Hayling Island, PO11 0HB

Havant Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Colin Jagger (Director of Music, Portsmouth University.)

Offenbach: Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld

Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.16 – Soloist: Valentina Seferinova.

Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C minor

How did it go?

See review by Mike Allen of Portsmouth News.

or Ian Digby 'Blog' review.

and

this from Jonathan Scott - new Chairman of the Havant Symphony Orchestra -

" .........for our sold-out Popular Classics pre-season concert on Hayling Island with Colin Jagger, which was thoroughly enjoyed by orchestra and audience alike.  An outstanding highlight was Valentina Seferinova’s performance of the Grieg piano concerto, especially the beautiful and moving slow movement."

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Saturday 23rd November, 2013 - 7:30 pm

Full Evening's solo recital concert for Portsmouth Music Club at the The Michael Nott Rotunda, Portsmouth Grammar School, Old Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Presented as :-

"An Evening with Valentina Seferinova - in the round; up-close and personal"

Programme

Joachim Raff (1822 – 1882)

Trois Morceaux op. 2:
Elégie
Romanze
Valse

Józef Wieniawski (1837 – 1912) Fantasie et Fugue, op. 25

Pantcho Vladigerov (1899 – 1978)

Elégie d’automne, op. 15

Prelude, op. 15

Interval
Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909)

En automne, op. 29 No 1

Valse dolente, op. 35 No 3

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)

Morceaux de Fantasie op. 3:

Elegy

Prelude

Melody

Polichinelle

Serenade

How did it go?

Ian Digsby review - Click here.

Diana Swann (Portsmouth Music Club Chairperson) review - Click here.

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Carmina Burana - Carl Orff.

I participated in the annual Christmas Concert given by South Downs College Music Department students.

This year they performed Carl Orff's 'Carmina Burana'.

It took place at St. Mary's Church, Fratton, Portsmouth -

7:30pm on Wednesday evening 18th December.

Carl Orff's Carmina Burana

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Tuesday March 2012 Chichester Cathedral.

Lunchtime Concert.

Programme :

Ludomir Róźycki (Polish composer 1883-1953) -

Fantasiestücke Op. 46 Nos. 2 & 3’

V. Stoyanov (Bulgarian composer 1902-1969) -

Nocturne

Horavodno

C. Debussy (1862-1918) -

Arabesque (No. 1)’

La fille aux cheveux de lin

La cathédrale engloutie’ 

Ludomir Róźycki -

Balladyna Op. 25’ 

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May 2012

Warsaw, Poland:

Performing and recording of piano works by Polish Romantic era composer Ludomir Róźycki - for leading Polish Record Label 'Acte Preable'.

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October 2012 Festival Hall, Petersfield

Full evening solo recital

Zygmunt Noskowski (1846-1909) -

'En Automne Opus 29 No 1'

Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) -

Fantaisie in F minor  Op 49

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) -

Selected Preludes from Volume 1

+ (Arabesque No. 1; "La fille aux cheveux de lin"'; "La cathédrale engloutie") & L’Isle Joyeuse.

Pancho Vladigerov (1899-1978) -

Autumn Elegy Opus 15 No 2

Humoresque Opus 15 No 2

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) -

Morceaux de fantaisie Op.3 - "Elégie"; "Polichinelle"

Veselin Stoyanov (1902-1969) -

Nocturne

Ludomir Róźycki (1883-1953) -

Balladyna Opus 25

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Sunday 13th March 2011    6-30pm St. Mary's Church,  Church Lane, Sidlesham, West Sussex. PO20 7RE

Evening Solo Recital
Ferdinand Hiller (1811 – 1885)
Impromptu-Etude, op. 30 No 2

Felix Меndelssohn (1809 – 1847)
Song without words, op. 62 No 6
Song without words, op. 30 No 6
Song without words, op. 30 No 3

Pantcho Vladigeuroff (1899 – 1978)
Three Pieces for Piano, op. 15
Prelude
Autumn Elegy
Humoresque

INTERVAL

Ignaz Brüll (1846 – 1907)
Sonata for Pianoforte, op. 73
Moderato. Sostenuto
Scherzo. Allegro
Andante
Allegro moderato. Sostenuto. Animato
Contact: Paul Devonshire   01243 641698  or   01243 641457; or email paul@pdevonshire.fsnet.co.uk
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Thursday 1st December 2011  7-30pm – Festival Hall, Heath Road, Petersfield, Hants, GU31 4EA

Petersfield Orchestra – Conductor: Robin Browning.
“Northern Lights” Concert.

Nielsen: Aladdin Suite, Op.34 (extracts)
Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.16 – Soloist: Valentina Seferinova.
Sibelius: Symphony No. 1 in E minor, Op.39

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Sunday 14th March 2010  - 2-30pm  Cottingham Methodist Church, Hallgate, Cottingham, East Yorkshire, HU16 4BD.

Full Afternoon Solo Recital

Programme:

Ferdinand Hiller (1811 – 1885) Impromptu-Etude, op. 30 No 2

Felix Меndelssohn (1809 – 1847)

Song without words, op. 62 No 6

Song without words, op. 30 No 6

Song without words, op. 30 No 3

 Pantcho Vladigerov (1899 – 1978) Three Pieces for Piano, op. 15; Prelude; Autumn Elegy; Humoresque

 Ignaz Brüll (1846 – 1907)

Sonata for Pianoforte, op. 73; Moderato. Sostenuto; Scherzo. Allegro; Andante; Allegro moderato. Sostenuto. Animato

How did it go?: Contact    01482 847122

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Tuesday 23rd March 2010  1-10pm  Chichester Cathedral, W. Sussex

Lunchtime Solo Recital

Programme:

Ferdinand Hiller (1811 – 1885)

Impromptu-Etude, op. 30 No 2

Felix Меndelssohn (1809 – 1847)

Song without words, op. 62 No 6

Pantcho Vladigerov (1899 – 1978)

Autumn Elegy, op. 15 No. 2

Ignaz Brüll (1846 – 1907)

Sonata for Pianoforte, op. 73

Moderato. Sostenuto

Scherzo. Allegro

Andante

Allegro moderato. Sostenuto. Animato

How did it go?:  01243 784790

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Sunday 20th June 2010   Recital Hall, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, W. Sussex, PO21 1ER

2 Piano Full Evening Recital

'Va i Ve'

(Valentina Seferinova & Venera Bojkova)

Opening Event of Annual Summer Music Festival

Theme : "On the Wings of Song"

Programme:

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 – 1975) - Concertino, op. 94

Ástor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992) -  Jacinto Chiclana (Milonga) : Triunfal

Pantcho Vladigerov (1899 – 1978) -  

 Mar Dimitro lyo, op. 23 No 2

Chant, op. 21 No 2

Hora staccato, sans opus, 1943

INTERVAL

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)

Suite No 2, op. 17

 Introduction

Valse

Romance

Tarantelle

 How did it go? - Contact  Tel. 01243 866462

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During July I recorded the following works:-

Ignaz Brüll: Piano Sonata No.3

Salomon Jadassohn:  Bal Masque op. 26;

Ferdinand Hiller:  Modern suite op. 144  &  Impromptu-Etude op. 30 No 2.

for the Cameo Classics label.

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Thursday 11th November 2010   Cadogan Hall, W. London, SW1X 9DQ.

An Armistice Day concert of celebrated and forgotten British masterpieces

Orion Symphony Orchestra

 Evening in aid of The St Lazarus Charitable Trust, which raises money for the cure, care and rehabilitation of leprosy sufferers. The programme featured the revival of Dorothy Howell's brilliant piano concerto.

Valentina Seferinova - Piano
Toby Purser - Conductor

Vaughan Williams:   -   Overture "The Wasps". 
Howell: -  Piano Concerto  (in D minor) -  Soloist: Valentina Seferinova

Holbrooke:  -   Variations on "The girl I left behind me" .
Vaughan Williams:     Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus"
Elkington : - Out of the Mist {Arrival of the Unknown Warrior}
Elgar:    In the South

Cadogan Hall

The Orion Symphony Orchestra

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Thursday 2nd December 2010   1-10pm Kings Hall, School of Arts & Culture, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 7RU

2 Piano Lunchtime Recital

'Va i Ve'

(Valentina Seferinova & Venera Bojkova)

Programme:

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 – 1975) - Concertino, op. 94

Ástor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992) - Jacinto Chiclana (Milonga); and Triunfal

Pantcho Vladigerov (1899 – 1978) - Mar Dimitro lyo, op. 23 No 2;  Chant, op. 21 No 2; and Hora staccato, sans opus, 1943

Benjamin Britten (1913 – 1976) - Introduction and Rondo alla Burlesca, op. 23 No 1

How did it go? - Contact Olivia Cameron for more information on 0191 222 6533/6525

www.ncl.ac.uk/sacs

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Friday 16th January 2009    7-00pm  The Atrium, St Chad’s College, 18, North Bailey, Durham

Recital by Duo 'Va i Ve' - sponsored by The Steinway Piano Company.

Music for Four Hands.

A Programme of Beethoven, Schumann, Debussy

 How did it go? Contact: DCCA, The Chapter Office, The College, Durham DH1 3EH.

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Tuesday 23rd June 2009    1-00pm  St. Thomas' Cathedral, High Street, Old Portsmouth

Lunchtime Recital accompanying Jason Weir, Violin, as part of Portsmouth Festivities

G. F. Handel - Sonata for Violin and Concerto in F major, Op. 1 No. 12.

W. A. Mozart - Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 26 in B flat major, K.378.

S. Prokofiev - 5 Melodies, Op. 35b.

C. Debussy - Sonata for Violin and Piano in G minor.

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Saturday 27th June 2009    7-30pm  All Saints Parish Church, Steep, GU32 2DD, Nr. Petersfield, Hampshire - Portsmouth District Composers' Alliance (PDCA) - 20th Anniversary Concert

Accompanist for Evening Concert by Amanda Jane Fox

Supported by Hampshire County Council

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Saturday 26th September 2009 - International Rachmaninoff Society - Annual General Meeting,  Chetham's School of Music, Manchester, UK

Recital by Piano Duo 'Va i Ve' at 14-30 hrs.

Rachmaninoff's Suite opus 17 for two pianos,

Shostakovich's Concertino for two pianos

pieces by Pantcho Vladigueroff: Mar Dimitro lyo Opus 23 No 2; Pessen (Chant/Song) Opus 21 No 2; Hora Staccato (1943)

Encore: Prelude in C # minor for 2 pianos - Rachmaninov

Contact  Charles McAllister on 01260 272 073

How did it go ? Click here

www.rachmaninoff.org

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Thursday 29th October 2009  - "Pantcho Vladigueroff" National Academy of Music, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Valentina took part in a Memorial Concert dedicated to her late Professor - Dr. Prof. Lubomir Dinolov

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Sunday 16th March 2008    2-30pm  Cottingham Methodist Church, Hallgate, Cottingham, East Yorkshire.

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943) -  Morceaux de Fantasie, op. 3

           Elegy - (No. 1 in E flat minor).

              Prelude - (No. 2 in C sharp minor {"The Bells"}).

             Polichinelle - (No. 4 in F sharp minor).

    Frederic Chopin (1810 – 1849)    -     Nocturne, op. 55 No 1              Polonaise, op. 71 No 1

    Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909)    -   Impressions, op. 29

           En automne

           Espiegle

           Dumka

           Cracovienne gracieuse

    Scriabin (1872 – 1915)    -    Etude, op. 2 No 1         Two Preludes, op.27           Two Poems, op. 32

    Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899 – 1978)    -    Song, op. 21 No 2          Prelude, op. 15 No 1

    Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)  -  Moments Musicaux No. 3 in B minor, op. 16.  Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E minor, op. 16.

    How did it go?: Contact   01482  847122/842347

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28th - 29th May 2008, 

Recording works by Polish Romantic era composer, Sigmund Noskowski, for the Polish record label 'Acte Préalable'.

World Premier recordings of Piano Works of Zygmunt Noskowski (1846-1909) - recorded for leading Polish label Acte Préalable.

Released early 2009

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Friday 30th May 2008   6-00pm  Warsaw Music Society (WTM), Warsaw, Poland

(where Noskowski was himself Musical Director 120 years ago!!  It doesn't come any 'neater' than that!!)

    Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909)     -    Impressions, op. 29

           En automne

           Espiegle

           Dumka

           Cracovienne gracieuse

    Alexander Scriabin (1872 – 1915) -   Etude, op. 2 No 1        Two Preludes, op.27     Two Poems, op. 32

    Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899 – 1978)    -    Song, op. 21 No 2           Prelude, op. 15 No 1

    Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)     -     Moments Musicaux, op. 16 Nos 3 & 4

      How did it go?: Contact Jan A. Jarnicki (Acte Préalable) at actepre@wp.pl

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Saturday 12th July    7-30pm  Tintinhull Court, Tintinhull, Nr Yeovil, Somerset  BA22 8PL.  (by kind permission of Mrs. Elizabeth Carey-Wilson)

This event was sponsored by Church House, Private Bankers, Ltd.

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)  -   Morceaux de Fantasie, op. 3

           Elegy - (No. 1 in E flat minor).

           Prelude - (No. 2 in C sharp minor {"The Bells"}).

           Polichinelle - (No. 4 in F sharp minor).

    Frederic Chopin (1810 – 1849)    -     Nocturne, op. 55 No 1          Polonaise, op. 71 No 1

    Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909)   -  Impressions, op. 29

           En automne

           Espiegle

           Dumka

           Cracovienne gracieuse

     INTERVAL

    Alexander Scriabin (1872 – 1915)  -  Etude, op. 2 No 1      Two Preludes, op.27        Two Poems, op. 32

    Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899 – 1978)   -    Song, op. 21 No 2    Prelude, op. 15 No 1

    Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)  -   Moments Musicaux, op. 16 Nos 3 & 4

 

How did it go?: Contact  Ray & Hilary Cozens: 01935 824220, or Gareth Vaughan email gareth41@talktalk.net  or tel. 01935 826723

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Saturday 20th December 2008    Time: 7-00pm  Orchestral Concert with The Karelia Philharmonic Orchestra, Musical Director & Conductor - Marius Stravinsky, Petrozavodsk, NW Russia

  Salomon Jadassohn (1831-1902; German 'Romantic' era composer)

   Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No 1, op. 89 in C Minor  - with Conductor Denis Vlasenko.

The Première public performance since the composer's death in 1902.

  How did it go?:  Valentina was called back 3 times;

   Marius Stravinsky, on hearing and seeing the audience's reaction, said "They love her. ....."

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Sunday 13th May 2007    6-30pm St. Mary's Church, Sidlesham, W. Sussex

Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943)  -  Morceaux de Fantasie, op. 3  (Elegy   Prelude   Polichinelle)

    Frederic Chopin (1810 – 1849) -  Nocturne, op. 55 No 1   Polonaise, op. 71 No 1

    Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909) -  Impressions, op. 29  En automne; Espiegle; Dumka; Cracovienne gracieuse

    Alexander Scriabin (1872 – 1915) - Etude, op. 2 No 1   Two Preludes, op.27    Two Poems, op. 32

    Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899 – 1978) - Song, op. 21 No 2  Prelude, op. 15 No 1

    Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 – 1943) -  Moments Musicaux, op. 16 No 3 & 4

        How did it go?    Contact: Paul Devonshire    01243 641698  or   01243 641457;

or email  paul@pdevonshire.fsnet.co.uk

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Tuesday 30th October 2007 - Chichester Cathedral

     Frederic Chopin (1810 – 1849)  -    Polonaise, Opus 71 No. 1 in D minor 

     Zygmunt Noskowski (1846 – 1909) -  Impressions, op. 29  En automne; Espiegle;  Dumka; Cracovienne gracieuse

     Felix Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847)  -    Sanft mit Empfindung, from '7 Characteristic Pieces', Op 7 No 1

     Salomon Jadassohn (1831 – 1902)  - Bal Masqué, 'Sept Airs de ballet', Op 26

        Tempo di Bolero  ;  Allegretto un poco vivo;  Andantino;  Tempo di Valse

          Tempo di Mazurka

     Pancho Vladigueroff (1899 – 1978) -

         Pessen (Song), from 'Bulgarian Suite', Op 21 No 2  

Ratchenitza, from "Choumene miniatures pour piano", Op 29

           How did it go?    Contact:   01243 782595

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Tuesday 17th January 2006 - 1-10pm  Chichester Cathedral   Lunchtime recital.

Lunchtime Concert with Devorina Gamalova (violin).

                               Pieces included: 

      P. de Sarasate            Gypsy Melodies

      F. Chopin                    Nocturne No. 8, Op. 27 No.2 arr. Wilhelm

      L. van Beethoven       Sonata in A Op.47 - the "Kreutzer" Sonata (Adagio sostenuto: Andante con Variazioni: Presto Finale.)

How did it go?  Please contact     01243 784790

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Saturday 30th April 2005 - 4-15pm   Recital for The Rachmaninoff Society's A.G.M,

Council Chamber, Deptford Town Hall, New Cross Road, New Cross, London. SE14 6AS

In the presence of Natalie Wanamaker-Javier and Peter Wanamaker  

(both great grand-children of Sergei Rachmaninov) →

Programme:

   Rachmaninov   - Moments Musicaux No. 3 in B minor, Op.16.

                         - Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E minor, Op.16.

  Skriabin          - 3 Pieces for Piano Op.2 (Etude; Prelude; Impromptu alla Mazurka).

Vladigueroff      - Prelude from '3 Pieces for Piano', Op.15.

                       - Pessen (Song) from 'Bulgarian Suite', Op.21 No.2.

                                         - Rhapsodie 'Vardar' Op.16.

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How did it go?   To a person - a standing ovation!

Valentina with Peter and Natalie after the recital

with Natalie commenting "You played beautifully".

(Not bad - when you consider the number of times she's heard her Great Grand Father's pieces played !)

Tuesday 17th May 2005 - 1-10pm  Chichester Cathedral   Lunchtime solo recital

Programme:

           Pantcho Vladigueroff              Pessen (Song) from 'Bulgarian Suite', Op.21 No.2.

                                      Rhapsodie 'Vardar' Op.16.

          Alexander Scriabin               3 Pieces for Piano Op.2.

                                                                       Etude

                                                                       Prelude

                                                                       Impromptu alla Mazurka

            Joachim Raff                        La Fileuse op. 157 No. 2

                                       Elegie op. 2 No 1

            Sergei Rachmaninov             Moments Musicaux No. 3 in B minor, Op.16.

                                                       Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E minor, Op.16.

 How did it go?   Contact:   01243 784790

 or  see Maureen Wright's full un-edited review "Pianist's range spellbinding". (reproduced by permission of the Chichester Observer 26th May 2005.)

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Friday 3rd June 2005 - 1-10pm - St. Anne & St. Agnes Lutheran Church, Gresham Street, London EC2V 7BX

Lunchtime Concert with Devorina Gamalova (violin).

Programme:  

                    Kreisler             Prelude and Allegro

                    Tchaikovsky      Melody

                    Mozart              Rondo in G

                    Chopin             Nocturno, Op. 27, No. 2

                                   Rachmaninov  -  Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E minor, Op.16. - solo piano

     Wieniawski       Legend

     Vladigueroff       Song

                    Massenet          Meditation

                    Sarasate           Gypsy Melodies

How did it go? Contact:  020 7606 4986

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Friday 3rd June 2005 - 7-00pm Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, London SW7

Charity Concert with Devorina Gamalova (violin).

Programme:  

                    Kreisler             Prelude and Allegro

                    Tchaikovsky      Melody

                    Mozart              Rondo in G

                    Chopin             Nocturno, Op. 27, No. 2

                                   Rachmaninov  -   Moments Musicaux No. 4 in E minor, Op.16. - solo piano

     Wieniawski       Legend

     Vladigueroff       Song

Vladigueroff       Trois Pieces op. 15 - solo piano

                                             Prelude - Elegie d' Automne -  Humoresque

                    Massenet          Meditation

                    Sarasate           Gypsy Melodies

    In aid of KARIN DOM (Bulgaria) Centre for children with special needs; and B.B.M. Trust - supporting young violinists.

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Sunday 23rd October 2005  2-30pm  Cottingham Musical Festival Concert Series,   The Methodist Church, Cottingham, Hull.

Full Afternoon concert with Devorina Gamalova (violin/viola)

Programme:

                   Tartini           Sonata Didona Abbabandonata in G minor for Violin and Piano

                   Beethoven     Sonata in A Op.47 - the "Kreutzer" Sonata

                   Kreisler         Prelude and Allegro

                   Vladigueroff   Song/"Pessen"

                   Paganini       Sonata

                   Massenet     Meditation

                   Bruch           Romance for Viola and Piano

                   Sarasate      Gypsy Melodies

 How did it go? Contact: Richard Barton email richbarton50@hotmail.com  

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Friday 9th December 2005   7-30pm   New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth

                   George Shearing - 'Songs and Sonnets'

       and

                    Carl Orff  -  'Carmina Burana'    

                    Work for 2 pianos, percussion, and choir.

Presented by University of Portsmouth Music Department.

How did it go?   Contact:  George Burrows, Senior Lecturer and Musical Director/Conductor of this performance,   

 023 9284 5132

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Tuesday 3rd February 2004 - 1-10pm  Chichester Cathedral.

Lunchtime Recital with Devorina Gamalova (Violin/Viola)

  Tartini - The Devil's Trill Sonata for Violin and Piano.

  Mozart (arr. by Kreisler) - Rondo in G major for Violin and Piano.

  C. Franck - Sonata for Piano and Violin in A major.

  How did it go?   Contact:  01243 784790

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Saturday 8th May 2004  Portsmouth Music Club, Rotunda, Portsmouth Grammar School, Old Portsmouth.

Accompanist to Jason Weir (Violin) Dip. ATCL - Evening Recital.

                Programme: Pieces by Bach, Tchaikovsky, Sarasate, Ravel, Massenet, and Brahms.

  How did it go?      Contact:   023 9238 5340

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Tuesday 1st June 2004 - 1-00pm   Saville Exchange, North Shields. - Lunchtime Solo Recital.

Programme: 

Fantasie Sonata in D minor, Op.168 (1871-72) - Joachim Raff (1822-1882)

Three Pieces, Op.2 (1893-95) - Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)

                                          Etude.

                                         Prelude.

                                          Impromptu alla Mazurka.

Three Pieces for Piano, Op.15 (1922) - Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899-1978).

                                          Prelude.

                                          Autumn Elegy.

                                          Humoresque.

Moments Musicaux, Op.16 No. 3 & 4 (1896) - Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943).

        How did it go?     E. Scott (Concert Director) 0191 2577401   or go  www.mastermusicians.co.uk

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Wednesday 2nd June 2004 - 1-00pm   St. Cuthbert's Church, Durham. - Lunchtime Solo Recital.

Programme: 

Fantasie Sonata in D minor, Op.168 (1871-72) - Joachim Raff (1822-1882)

Three Pieces, Op.2 (1893-95) - Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)

                                          Etude.

                                         Prelude.

                                          Impromptu alla Mazurka.

Three Pieces for Piano, Op.15 (1922) - Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899-1978).

                                          Prelude.

                                          Autumn Elegy.

                                          Humoresque.

Moments Musicaux, Op.16 No. 3 & 4 (1896) - Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943).

  How did it go?     E. Scott (Concert Director) 0191 2577401   or go  www.mastermusicians.co.uk

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Monday 7th June 2004 - 12-30pm   Northern Arts Building, Central Square, Forth Street, Newcastle. - Lunchtime Solo Recital.

Programme included pieces by Skriabin, Rachmaninoff, Joachim Raff, and Pancho Vladigerov.

  How did it go?  Contact  Annamaria McCool      0191 2854200.

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Tuesday 8th June 2004 - 2-00pm   Customs House, South Shields.- Early Afternoon Solo Recital.

Programme: as 2nd. June above.

   How did it go?     E. Scott (Concert Director) 0191 2577401   or go  www.mastermusicians.co.uk                                      

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Wednesday 9th June 2004 - 7-00pm   Caedmon Hall, Arts & Libraries, Prince Consort Road, Gateshead.

Master Class given by Valentina Seferinova

Theme: Brahms Intermezzos

       How did it go?   Contact   Sue Hurrell  0191 477 3478

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Tuesday 14th September 2004 - 1-10pm  Winchester Cathedral.

Lunchtime Solo Recital.

Programme included pieces by Skriabin, Joachim Raff, and Pantcho Vladigueroff.

         How did it go?   Contact:  Arnold Jarman  01962 857215 (direct line) or 01962 882363 (home)

(see review)

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Friday 24th September 2004 -  St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square.

Lunchtime Solo Recital in their "Pianists of the World" series.

Programme:

Fantasie Sonata in D minor, Op.168 (1871-72) - Joachim Raff (1822-1882)

Three Pieces, Op.2 (1893-95) - Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)

                                         Etude.

                                         Prelude.

                                         Impromptu alla Mazurka.

Three Pieces for Piano, Op.15 (1922) - Pantcho Vladigueroff (1899-1978).

                                         Prelude.

                                         Autumn Elegy.

                                         Humoresque.

        How did it go?      020 7766 1113

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Tuesday 18th February  2003  - Chichester Cathedral - Lunch time solo recital

  Raff - Fantasie Sonata Op. 168

  Vladigueroff - Three Pieces Op. 15

  Vladigueroff - Song Op. 21 No. 2

  Raff - Trois Morceaux Op. 2

(Joachim Raff, Swiss/German composer, (1822 - 1882) - whose works have under gone something of a renaissance in the last 10 to 15 years; Pantcho Vladigueroff - Bulgarian composer - similar style to Rachmaninov)

   How did it go?   Contact:   01243 784790

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Sunday 8th June 2003  - 3.00pm, The New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth.

      A Flute Recital by Serena Jane Moore (Dip. LCM) - accompanied by Valentina Seferinova

  Rachmaninoff -  Vocalise Op. 34, No. 14

  Kreisler - Schön Rosemarine.

  Mancini - Crazy World; The Thorn Birds Theme; Baby Elephant Walk; The Pink Panther.

  Mower - Sonata Latino; Opus Di Jazz 1st Movement.

  Marais - Le Basque.

  Galway: pieces recorded by James Galway

   How did it go?   Contact: 023 9264 9000   or  023 9225 7143

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Saturday 12th July 2003  - Chichester Festival - Lunch time recital  1-10pm

St. John's Chapel, St. John's Street, Chichester

  Schubert - Sonata in A minor, D537 (1817)

  Scriabin - Three Pieces, Op. 2

  Raff - Trois Morceaux, Op. 2

  Rachmaninov - Moments Musicaux, Op. 16 Nos. 3 & 4

   How did it go?   Contact: Chichester Festivities Box Office    01243 780192

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Sunday 12th October 2003  - Westridge Drawing Room,  HIGHCLERE, (Nr Newbury)

3-00pm Afternoon Recital with Devorina Gamalova (Violin/Viola)

  Tartini - The Devil's Trill Sonata for Violin and Piano.

  Gould - Rag Doll for Violin and Piano.

  Stravinsky - Suite Italienne for Violin and Piano

  Paganini - Sonata per la Grande - Viola and Orchestra (Piano).

   How did it go?     Contact:  01635 253322

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Sunday 19th October 2003 - 3-00pm Regis Recital Hall,  46, Sudley Rd., Bognor Regis.

Afternoon Recital with Devorina Gamalova (Violin/Viola)

  Tartini - The Devil's Trill Sonata for Violin and Piano.

  Gould Rag Doll for Violin and Piano.

  Stravinsky - Suite Italienne for Violin and Piano.

  Hummel - Fantasie for Viola and Orchestra (Piano).

  Paganini - Sonata per la Grande - Viola and Orchestra (Piano).

   How did it go?  Contact:    01243  866162  or  866462

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Tuesday 16th April 2002  Chichester Cathedral - with Devorina Gamalova (violin/viola)

Sonatas by Tartini, Mozart, Glinka, and Paganini. 

How did it go?   Contact:  01243 782595

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Wednesday 8th May 2002 - Farnham Maltings. Lunchtime Recital with Amonn Al-Mahrouq (Saxophone);

Telemann, Bozza, Quate, and Matitia.

How did it go?   Contact:   01252 726234

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Sunday 15th September 2002  - New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth

Joachim Raff - Grande Sonate Op. 14

Pantcho Vladigueroff - 3 Pieces for Piano Op. 15

Pantcho Vladigueroff - Song Op. 21 No. 2

Joachim Raff - Trois Morceaux Op. 2

How did it go?   Contact:  023 9264 9000

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Sunday 10th November 2002    6-30pm St. Mary's Church, Sidlesham, W. Sussex

Sunday evening 'Music in the Church' Solo recital

Schubert - Waltzes, arr. by Prokofiev for piano.

Raff - Grande Sonate op. 14

Vladigueroff - Song Op. 21 No. 2

Vladigueroff - Three Pieces for Piano Op. 15

Raff - Trois Morceaux Op. 2

How did it go?   Contact:  01243 641698  or   01243 641457

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Sunday 24th November 2002  2-30pm Chichester Centre of Arts, St. Andrews Court, Chichester.

Sunday Afternoon Solo Recital for Chichester Music Club's AGM & part of their continuing 'Music on Sundays' series.

Raff - Fantasie Sonata Op. 168

Vladigueroff - Song Op. 21 No. 2

Vladigueroff - Three Pieces for Piano Op. 15

Raff - Trois Morceaux Op. 2

How did it go?   Contact: Brian Walton  (01243) 573005    email bjwalton@aol.com      www.musiconsundays.co.uk

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Saturday 7th December 2002  7-30pm Regis Recital Hall,  46, Sudley Rd., Bognor, W. Sussex.

Saturday evening 'Celebrity Concert' - an evening devoted to Joachim Raff - where I performed the whole of newly released CD of previously unrecorded works. (Joachim Raff, Swiss/German composer, (1822 - 1882) - whose works have under gone something of a renaissance in the last 10 to 15 years)

Raff     - Fantasie Sonata Op. 168

          - Trois Morceaux Op. 2

           - Grande Sonate Op. 14

How did it go?   Contact:      01243  866162  or  866462    

or  see full review by Mark Thomas of the Raff Society

Monday 12th February 2001 - Chichester Centre of Arts, Chichester

Schubert - Sonata in B Flat Major.

How did it go?  Contact: Brian Walton  01243 573005    e-mail  BJWALTON@aol.com     www.musiconsundays.co.uk

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Tuesday 13th February 2001 -  Chichester Cathedral

Scriabin - Preludes op.17.; Preludes op.27.;

Debussy - Suite Bergamasque.;

Pancho Vladigerov - Song and Prelude.

How did it go?   Contact:  01243 782595

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Saturday 17th February 2001 - Gosport & Fareham Music Society, Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham -

Schubert - Sonata in B Flat Major. ;

Scriabin - Preludes op.17. and Poems Op.32.;

Debussy - Suite Bergamasque.;

Encore:-Vladigerov - Song Op. 21.

How did it go?   Contact: Hazel Clift    023 9224 1812       

Click here for full review by Hampshire Chronicle 2nd March 2001

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Friday 23rd February  -  with Amonn Al-Mahrouq (Saxophone), Evening Charity Concert, Portsmouth Cathedral

Pieces by Bach, Glazounov, Scriabin, Vladigerov, Gotoski, Amy, Lionel Ritchie, & others.

How did it go?  Contact: Amonn Al-Mahrouq 023 9275 0504

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Sunday 25th February - Regis Recital Hall, Bognor Regis - with Devorina Gamalova (violin/viola).   

Tartini - Sonata in G Minor for Violin & Piano "Didona Abbandonata" ;   

Elgar - La Capricieuse Op.17 for Violin & Piano ;

Sarasate - Gypsy Melodies Op.20 for Violin & Piano ;

Vieuxtemps - Elegie Op.30 for Violin & Piano ;

Goleminov - Prelude for Viola & Piano ;

Grieg - Sonata in C Minor Op.45 for Violin & Piano.

How did it go? Contact:     01243  866162   or   866462

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Sunday 25th March - New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth - with Devorina Gamalova (violin/viola).

Bach - Sonata for Viola da Gamba & Harpsichord (Piano) ;

Shostakovich - Sonata for Viola & Piano Op.147 ;

Saint-Saëns - Havanaise for Violin & Piano, op.83.;

Franck - Sonata for Piano & Violin; Encore;

Elgar - La Capricieuse Op.17 for Violin & Piano.

How did it go? Contact:   New Theatre Royal   023 9264 9000    or     Gareth Vaughan  ( 01243 530472

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Sunday 9th September  Regis Recital Hall, Bognor Regis - with Amonn Al-Mahrouq (Saxophone)

SAXO-FUN Day

 an informal day of Workshop/Master Class/Fun. Followed by a Recital by Amonn & myself in the main Hall

Featuring music by Bach, Bozza, Marchello, Albinoni, Lionel Richie and others.

How did it go? Contact:      01243  866162   or   866462, or Amonn Al-Mahrouq for details.

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Sunday 30th September   Regis Recital Hall, Bognor Regis - with Amonn Al-Mahrouq (Saxophone)

Afternoon Recital Featuring music by Quate, Glazounov, Gotkovsky, Telemann, Dubois.

How did it go? Contact:   (   01243  866162   or   866462, or Amonn Al-Mahrouq for details.

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Sunday 25th November   Westridge Drawing Room,  HIGHCLERE, (Nr Newbury) with Devorina Gamalova (Violin)

Afternoon Recital featuring music by Bach, Paganini, Schubert & Prokofiev.

How did it go?   Contact:    01635 253322    ".....I understand that Miss Seferinova was one of the leading pianists in her native Bulgaria .......  She has an impressively fluent technique.  Their loss is our gain."

or see Newbury Weekly News 29th November 2001 review by Peter Davies.

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National Palace of Culture, Sofia

 

Wednesday, 19th December  -  Hall No. 9 - 19:00 Hrs

 

Valentina Seferinova with Venera Bojkova 

as The Piano Duet

 'Va i Ve'.

Evening concert of 2 piano music in the presence of their life time mentor Prof. Dr. Lubomir Dinolov

Featuring:

 Benjamin Britten - Introduction and rondo alla burlesca, Op. 23 No. 1.  

and  - Mazurka Elegiaca, Op. 23 No. 2.

Liszt - Variations on Paganini Theme - Transcription by Prof. Dr. L. Dinolov.

Rachmaninoff - Suite for Two Pianos No. 2, Opus 17.

 

To be Completed
 

Hall 'Bulgaria', Sofia

10 September 1998 - 19:00 Hrs

 

 

 

Concert

Emilia Mihaylova

and

Valentina Seferinova

 

 

National Palace of Culture, Sofia.

1st April 1997 - Hall No. 9 - 19:00 Hrs

 

 

 

 

VALENTINA

SEFERINOVA

Piano

 

 

? Schubert.

National Palace of Culture, Sofia

10 December '97 - Hall No. 9 - 19:00 Hrs

 

SCHUBERT

EVENING

 

Valentina Seferinova - Piano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concert - Premier

 

 

 

 

 

Valentina Seferinova

 

 

 

National Palace of Culture, Sofia

 

 

 

3 December '96 - Hall No. 9 - 19:00 Hrs

CONCERT

 

 

 

Lubomir

Dinolov - Piano

Valentina

Seferinova - Piano

 
 
 

National Palace of Culture, Sofia.

3rd December 1994 - Hall 9 - 19:30 Hrs

 

 

VALENTINA

SEFERINOVA

Piano

 

Rachmaninov - Scriabin

 

Concert

 

 

 

 

? piano: Valentina Seferinova