June 8, 2017 12:00 am
June 8, 2017 12:00 am
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Two world-class pianists: Malcolm Martineau and Steven Osborne with eminent
soprano Lorna Anderson will perform works by Beethoven and Schubert.
Date: Thursday 8th June 2017 from 6:30pm start – 9.30pm finish.
Venue: Stockbridge Parish Church, 7B Saxe Coburg Street, Edinburgh EH3 5BN.
Cost: Cost £45 including post-concert reception.
Organiser: Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland.
Malcolm Martineau is recognised as one of the leading accompanists of his generation, he has worked with many of the world’s greatest singers including Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Olaf Bär, Barbara Bonney, Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Susan Graham and many more.
Steven Osborne’s standing as one of the great pianists of his generation was publicly affirmed in 2013 with two major awards: The Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist of the Year and his second Gramophone Award, this time in the Instrumental category for his recording of Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition and solo works by Prokofiev. Previous awards include a 2009 Gramophone Award for his recording of Britten’s works for piano and orchestra, as well as first prize at both the Naumburg International Competition (New York) and Clara Haskil Competition.
Lorna Anderson studied with Patricia MacMahon at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, and excelled, winning several awards. In 1984, she won First Prize in the Peter Pears and Royal Overseas League Competitions and in 1986 won the most highly regarded English vocal award, the Purcell-Britten Prize for Concert Singers. Lorna Anderson has appeared in opera, concert and recital with major orchestras and festivals throughout Europe and elsewhere and is a renowned performer of the Baroque repertoire.
Royal High School Campaign
The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland believes that the hotel scheme will irretrievably damage one of the most important Greek Revival buildings in the UK and the world and, by extension, the set piece of Calton Hill, which lies at the core of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site.
Please help us to fund this campaign by attending this concert and also by visiting or writing to your city councillors (find them at www.edinburgh.gov.uk/