“Haydn: Sonata No.60 in C major Hob.XVI, 50
Chopin: Nocturne in F sharp minor Op.48 No.2; Mazurka in C sharp minor Op.50 No. 3; Ballade No.3 in A flat Op.47
Rachmaninov: Two Moments Musicaux Op.16: No.1 in B flat minor, No.4 in E minor
Appropriately for the occasion, all three composers can be said to have been ‘migrants’ in some way or other. Haydn felt isolated and very unhappy during the years he had to live in rural Hungary at the Esterhazy Estate, Chopin was always yearning for the homeland which he could never see again, and Rachmaninov likewise had to leave Russia after the revolution.
Margaret Fingerhut is regarded as one of the UK’s most distinguished and poetic pianists, renowned for her exploration of the highways and byways of the repertoire. As a concerto soloist she has appeared with many leading orchestras, among them the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and the BBC Philharmonic.
She is often heard on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM and many radio stations worldwide.
In Charlbury Memorial Hall, tickets £10 include tea and cake. Under 15s £5. Book tickets in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Sunday Tea Concert in aid of Charlbury Refugee Action.
More information at http://www.charlbury.info/