Nadia Lasserson & Peter Fisher – Wednesday 25th May 2016 – 7pm
As we move on into the warmer months we are delighted to introduce a masterful chamber music duo who will be performing an evening of Brahms.
Nadia Lasserson was a student at the Royal Academy of Music and while there, was appointed a Sub-Professor and was awarded the Manns Memorial Prize. With a wide repertoire of Concertos and Chamber Music, Nadia has played in the Purcell Room, Music Clubs and Festivals in Great Britain and abroad, having made her debut in the Festival Hall at the age of sixteen.
She has recorded the rarely-heard Mendelssohn Concerto for Violin and Piano and the Schubert Notturno with violinist Peter Fisher with whom she gave many concerts in 1997.
British violinist Peter Fisher is an artist of remarkable versatility and insight who possesses a tone quality of great beauty and lyricism.
His extensive repertoire ranges from the Baroque to Jazz and, exceptionally among his generation, he has a strong affinity with the romantic music of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Join us after the concert for a complimentary glass of wine or non-alcoholic beverage.
To book, click the link to the Markson Pianos website here