Music atT ST MARY'S PPerivale


Thursday 2 July 4.00 pm

Streamed 'live' concert in an empty church

Ben Tarlton (cello) Rosie Richardson (piano)

Dvorak: Rondo in G minor Op 94

Brahms: Cello sonata no 1 in E minor Op 38

Rachmaninov: Lied


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Ben was selected as one of the three Guildhall 2020 Gold Medal Finalists, where he will make his Concerto Debut in The Barbican Hall, performing Elgar's Cello Concerto. Recent Concert highlights include an Award-winners' Recital at Wigmore Hall, Recitals at both St James's Piccadilly and St Martin-in-the-Fields, Brahms's Double Concerto at St John Smith's Square and the UK Premier of Anders Hillborg's work ‘Duo' for Cello and Piano in a BBC ‘Total Immersion' Concert in Milton Court Concert Hall. Born in Wales, Ben studied with Sharon McKinley and Alexander Baillie before attending the Yehudi Menuhin School to study with Thomas Carroll. He received a Scholarship to study at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Louise Hopkins, kindly supported by Help Musicians UK , The Countess of Munster Trust and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He was awarded The Suggia Gift by Help Musicians UK, The David Goldman Award from The Worshipful Company of Musicians and was the recipient of the John Fussell and Raphael Sommer Awards. Ben is a Concordia Foundation Artist, a Park Lane Group Artist and a Yeomen of The Worshipful Company of Musicians. He is Artistic Director of The Llantwit Major Chamber Music Festival and has recently started teaching at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He regularly performs Chamber Music Concerts across Wales for Sinfonia Cymru.

Rosie Richardson studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating with a Master's Degree in solo performance. She won the school's Romantic Piano Prize and became a Philip and Dorothy Green recommended young concert artist for the Making Music Award which led to many solo recital and concerto performances around the UK . Rosie is now in demand as a collaborative pianist, particularly known for her work with cellists. She is a faculty pianist for the string department and the class pianist for Louise Hopkins. She also teaches at the Godolphin and Latymer School, Hammersmith.



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