7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
25th November, 2014
Recent Doctoral graduate, Jennifer Lee, performs an evening recital of Classical to Modern piano repertoire, including works by two female British composers, Judith Weir and Rhian Samuel.
Originally from New Zealand, Jennifer Lee, has continues to perform extensively at major venues in UK and abroad as an acclaimed recitalist and chamber musician. She has been successful in winning prizes at the 8th Scottish International Piano Competition, Royal Overseas League Competition, MBF Awards, Making Music Awards and 2010 Académie Internationale de Musique Maurice Ravel, among others. Jennifer is passionate about promoting piano solo repertoire by women composers from around the world and is currently a fellow of NZ Federation of Graduate Women. Her doctoral thesis discusses the Six Piano Études by the Korean composer, Unsuk Chin. She has received generous sponsorships from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, MB Adams Scholarship, Sheldon Award, Taylor Wessing Company, Myra Hess Foundation (MBF) and Creative New Zealand.
Debussy, Etude No. 7 pour les degrés chromatique
Judith Weir, I’ve turned the Page (2007)
Mozart, Sonata in F, K.533/494
Rachmaninov, Etude Tableau Op.39 No.6 in A minor
Toru Takemitsu, Les Yeux Clos (1989)
Rhian Samuel, Mechanical and Fantastical Studies (2011)
Chopin, Barcarolle in F sharp, Op. 60
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