E V E N T S
2019-2020 CONCERT SEASON
Concerts are normally held at the West Building, Ramsey Grammar School, on Mondays, at 7.30pm but dates and locations are subject to change so please check this web-site before the concert.
To learn more about the concerts listed below, just click the performer’s name.
At St Paul’s Church, Ramsey
28 October – Nemanja Bogunovich, Guitar
Nemanja Bogunovic has given recitals and public appearances in the United States, Canada, Mexico, England, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, and has also appeared as a soloist with several chamber and symphonic orchestras in the USA and Europe.
25 November – Jamal Aliyev, cello, plus piano accompanist
In 2017 Jamal made his debut at the BBC Proms and won the Arts Club – Sir Karl Jenkins Music Award. Highlights over the last year include appearances as soloist with the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, and with the Symphony Orchestra Simón Bolívar of Venezuela. Jâms Coleman is a Welsh pianist who enjoys a rich and varied musical life performing as a soloist, chamber musician and vocal accompanist.
9 December - ‘It’s Christmas!’
13 January - Martina Colli and Rossella Rubini.
An Italian Piano Duo
The Duo was founded in 2010 by Martina Colli and Rossella Rubini and they started their collaboration mixing together their different experiences, particularly broadened in jazz music and composition by Martina and chamber music and musicology by Rossella.
17 February – Huw Wiggin, saxophone and
John Lenehan, piano
Commonwealth Musician of the Year, First Prize and Gold Medal winner of the 2014 Royal Over-Seas League Annual Music Competition, Huw Wiggin is one of the most popular saxophonists of his generation. John Lenehan has always been a popular collaborator, performing and recording with many of the U.K.’s top performers.
23 March – Simon Callaghan, piano
Recognised as an exciting performer of the new generation, Steinway Artist Simon Callaghan’s recent schedule has included Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and St David’s Hall, Cardiff.