Venue, Timing and Cost
Music at The Limes
7pm, Sunday 7th June
Charlie Woodhouse - cello
Peter McMullin - piano
JS Bach: Prelude form suite no. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011
Beethoven : Sonata for cello and piano, op.102 no.2 in D major
Debussy : Sonata for cello and piano
If the weather is fine, please do bring your own picnic suppers to eat in the garden afterwards and we will provide drinks.
More details on our website.
Concert Flyer: www.exuberant-trust.org.uk/limesjuly2019...
Charlie Woodhouse is 18 years old and lives in St Albans where he attends Beaumont School. He has played the cello since the age of five, learning the Suzuki Method with Sara Bethge at St. Albans Music School. Since January 2016 he has been a student at the Junior Department of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where his teacher is Alfia Nakipbekova. Charlie also learns the piano with Jennifer Purvis in St Albans, and has just completed his A level exams. In 2016, Charlie won the Secondary Schools Solo Strings category in the St. Albans Young Musician competition, and in February 2018 he performed Elgar’s Cello Concerto with the Oxford Studio Orchestra. Charlie is due to take up a place at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in September 2019, where he will continue his cello studies with Eduardo Vassallo.
Peter McMullin read Music at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. After graduating and finding no money available to fund a Dphil, he took a job with Blackwell's Music Shop and he has worked there ever since. As a musician he carved out a niche as an accompanist, coach and mentor, working largely with young musicians. He is in demand as a conductor, has performed as a singer with the New London Chamber Choir and sings with the University Church Choir. Other interests are jass and occasional flute playing in local orchestras.
The Pavilion at The Limes, 87 High Street, Standlake, Oxfordshire OX29 7RH
The driveway is next to the Black Horse pub car park. If possible park at Linden House, 93 High Street (by kind permission).
This recital is free, and will last one hour.
Refreshments will be available afterwards.
Donations to The Exuberant Trust will be most gratefully received and will contribute directly to our grants programme.
Gift Aid envelopes will be available in the Pavilion or you can donate online.
The Exuberant Trust supports young people in Oxfordshire by providing
small grants which enable young creative people in Oxfordshire to
push ahead with individual projects in any of the arts and crafts –
music, art, drama, sculpture, dance, film etc.
Grant applications from people under 30 years of age are always welcome.
For more information: www.exuberant-trust.org.uk