As part of our commitment to the arts we are supporting Canterbury Music Club as it celebrates its 80th anniversay with a stunning programme of music from now until April.
Its next concert, on Sunday, November 21, features Rachel Podger, one of the country’s top violinists, and Kristian Bezuidenhout (harpsichord).
The concert starts at 3pm and takes place in the Colyer-Fergusson Hall at Kent University, Canterbury.
The programme features J.S. Bach’s Sonata no 6 in G major and Sonata no 4 in C minor, and C.P.E. Bach’s Sonata in G moll, Arioso in A major and Sonata in C minor.
Rachel Podger has established herself as a leading interpreter of the Baroque and Classical music periods. She was the first woman to be awarded the prestigious Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Prize in October 2015, Gramophone Artist of the Year 2018 and Ambassador for REMA’s Early Music Day 2020. A creative programmer, she is the founder and artistic director of Brecon Baroque Festival and her ensemble Brecon Baroque. Rachel is Patron for the Continuo Foundation.
Kristian Bezuidenhout is one of today’s most notable and exciting keyboard artists, equally at home on the fortepiano, harpsichord, and modern piano. Born in South Africa in 1979, he began his studies in Australia, completed them at the Eastman School of Music, and now lives in London. After initial training as a pianist he explored early keyboards, studying harpsichord, fortepiano and continuo playing and performance practice.
To book tickets for the concert visit the club’s website here.
If you can’t make the performance in person why not buy a ticket to listen to the concert via a live stream or a recorded stream available for 30 days after the concert.. Details are on the website.