|April 12th 2008||Concert £7 (£9)|
|Seven Variations from The Magic Flute||Beethoven|
|Cello Sonata No 2||Mendelssohn|
|Cello Sonata Op 40||Shostakovich|
|Variations on One String||Paganini|
Gemma Rosefield was born in London in 1981, and studied for a Masters Degree with Ralph Kirshbaum at the Royal Northern College of Music, supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, having previously graduated with Distinction at the Royal Academy of Music.
A committed chamber musician, Gemma has played in the USA, Russia, Japan, Europe and throughout the UK, including performances with Gyorgy Pauk, Menachem Pressler and Stephen Kovacevich. She has appeared at the major London venues, including the South Bank, the Barbican and the Wigmore Hall
Future plans include solo recitals throughout the UK, and performances of the Elgar, Schumann and both Haydn concertos. She has toured in Mexico, and Holland (in the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam) in the New Masters International Recital Series.
"..a mesmerising musical treasure" (Strad Magazine)
"..a phenomenal musical talent" (London Evening Standard 2005)
Nicola Eimer studied at the Royal Academy of Music and graduated from the Juillard School in New York. She has made her concert debuts at the Barbican and Wigmore Hall. She was prize winner in the 2002 John Lill piano prize. She makes a welcome return to the Music Club, following her solo recital last season.