French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie has attracted critical acclaim throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. For his debut performance at Lakeside Louis Lortie performs an imaginative programme of music inspired by Italy.
The exuberant Ojai Festival Overture by Peter Maxwell Davies Opens this concert. Receiving its premiere in 1991 at the southern California music festival the work is reminiscent of the expansive, open sonorities of 20th-century American compositions.
Touring their fourth album ‘First Dance on Second Avenue’, She’Koyokh goes on a formidably gymnastic journey across Eastern Europe and beyond.
The Orlando Consort’s programme, ‘Passion’, presents sublime music of the early Renaissance from England and continental Europe.
A concert of a cappella choral music with the University Choir and Chamber Choir performing music that spans 300 years from Bach to contemporary Estonian composers.
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham performed to a capacity Lakeside audience last year and we are thrilled to welcome them back this Spring.
The only artist to win France's prestigious Victoires de la Musique on four occasions he was awarded the 2016 ECHO Klassik for his recording of Ravel’s complete works for solo piano, an album that was also shortlisted for Gramophone’s Instrumental Music CD of the yea
Purcell is at the heart of the first half of this programme by the Doric String Quartet.
We welcome back the ever-popular Guarneri Trio Prague to Lakeside for a programme that includes the spirited ‘Gypsy’ Rondo by Haydn and Shostakovich’s Piano Trio No.2 composed in 1944 as a lament on the death of a close friend as well as for the victims of the Holocaust.
With his personal and innovative approach, which seamlessly blends traditional flamenco palos from tangos to soléa, Liñán brings raw power, determination and artistry that will delight UK audiences.
Irish/Manx quintet Ímar are Glasgow’s hottest new folk group. Formed in 2016 and already receiving plaudits for their album Afterlight and main stage performances in UK and European festivals,
William Howard is one of Britain’s leading pianists, enjoying a career that has taken him to over 40 countries.