JANUARY TO JUNE 2022

Subject to pandemic regulations and venue developments to be announced, the following further events are planned:

JANUARY 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

JANUARY 2022                                                                       

Venue and dates to be confirmed

Two Concerts Celebration

Scriabin (150th) and Rachmaninoff (149th) Plus

Artists tbc

Programme 1:

Scriabin: Twelve Etudes, Op. 8 (1894) (29’) (solo piano)

Daniel Kidane: Possible premiere 

Dmitri Smirnov: Into the Light for double bass & piano, Op.193 (2018) (12’) 
UK Premiere

*****

Elena Firsova: Lost Lullaby, Op 137 (c7’) for solo piano

Rachmaninoff: Nine Etudes Tableaux, Op 39 (1917) (36’) (solo piano) 

Gamal Khamis solo piano (Scriabin)

Tyler Hay solo piano) (Rachmaninoff)

Alisa Firsova solo piano (Firsova)

Leon Bosch double bass / Alissa Firsova piano (Smirnov)

Programme 2

Scriabin: Sonata-Fantasy No. 2 in G minor, Op. 19 (1897) (11’)

Scriabin: Sonata No. 4 in F sharp major, Op. 30 (1903) (8’)

Scriabin: Sonata No. 5. Op. 53 (1907) (11’)

Dmitri Smirnov: Dialogue in the Dark, Op. 179 (2015) (7’) (violin & double bass) 

*****                                                                                                                                                           

Elena Firsova: You and I (1992) (10’) (cello & piano) 

Alissa Firsova: Algarvia (2019) (9’) (violin & piano)

Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, Op. 36 (1913) (19’)

FEBRUARY 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

MARCH 2022

During 18-21 March (to be confirmed)                                                                                                                    

Purcell Room, Southbank Centre       

SALLY BEAMISH 65th Birthday Concert                                                                                           

(Sally Beamish a past PLG Young Artist)                                                                                               

Including a Star Cast and important premieres                                               

MARCH 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

MARCH 2022 

venue and date to be confirmed

PLG Young Artists and Programme to be confirmed

APRIL 2022 – Date to be confirmed
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre       

Special Three-Part Event in Celebration of Jane Manning and Anthony Pay who both died in Spring 2021.

Programme and Artists to be announced.

A major new work In Memory of Jane Manning & Anthony Payne will receive its premiere.

APRIL 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

MAY 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

MAY 2022 

Date and venue to be confirmed

PLG Young Artists and Programme to be confirmed

JUNE 2022 : St James’s Piccadilly

Wednesday date to be announced 

PLG Young Artists Lunchtime Concert and Programme to be announced. 

MORE EVENTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Park Lane Music Online                                             
A PLG 65TH Birthday Season Development

is being planned, subject to funding


Recorded PLG Young Artists Recitals 

including a new Skyhigh Series
and PLG Composer Conversations
A Fascinating New Online PLG Series                                                                          

PLG Composer Conversations

Two Composers discuss a mutually compelling subject                

Venue to be confirmed  

Sally Beamish with Alasdair Nicholson                                             

Brian Elias with tbd                                                                                  

Robin Holloway with tbd                                                                                              

David Kidaine with Gary Carpenter                                                                                       

Deborah Pritchard with Robert Saxton (Subject: Messiaen)                                                                                                                

Edwin Roxburgh with Bayan Northcott (Subject: Debussy)                                                                                                              

Shirley Thompson with tbd                                                                                                    

Judith Weir with tbd. (Subject: Britten or Tippett)