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Georgian Festival Event

Georgian Music
13:00 - 13:50
26 October 2012
Turner Sims Highfield Campus University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Louise Johnson on 023 8059 8424 or email .

Event details

Penelope Cave & Katrina Faulds present a recital of Duetts in the Drawing Room from the Georgian Music Collections at Tatton Park and Killerton House

Water Music G.F. Handel (1685-1759)

Sonata in A op 18 no.5. J.C. Bach (1735-82)

A Grand Duett. I. Pleyel (1757-1831)

Duett - Away with melancholy T. Latour (1766-1837)

Sonata in F op.4. L. Kozeluch (1747-1818)

Penelope Cave is a prize-winning harpsichordist who has given solo recitals in the Purcell Room, Wigmore Hall, and performed in many concerts and festivals throughout Britain and in Andorra, Spain, France and Italy. She has recorded for Hyperion Records with the Camerata of London, given solo broadcasts for Belgian Radio, Classic FM and BBC Radio 3. Her CD, From Lisbon to Madrid, featuring sonatas by Scarlatti and other Iberians, received 5 stars from the BBC Music magazine, among other accolades.

She has specialized in music for four hands from the late eighteenth century on her original Broadwood square piano. She has been filmed by BBC Persia, appeared in "Crazy about Jane", a DVD for the Festival in Bath, and was interviewed at Chawton House, for a Southampton University podcast. Last summer, she gave a paper at the International Conference of Historic Keyboard Music at Edinburgh University and recitals and presentations for St Andrew's Music Society, Tatton Park, the EPTA conference at the Purcell School, and the Guildhall School of Music.

Penelope Cave regularly tutors courses, masterclasses and workshops and writes and reviews for a number of publications including, Sounding Board, the Consort and Harpsichord & Fortepiano.

She was married to the instrument-maker, the late Michael Heale, and is currently completing a PhD at the University of Southampton, on eighteenth-century piano lessons in the English country house, supervised by Professor Jeanice Brooks.

Katrina Faulds studied piano at the University of Western Australia with Mark Coughlan and Anna Sleptsova, and fortepiano with Dr Geoffrey Lancaster, before completing her Bachelor of Music in fortepiano at the Australian National University under Colleen Rae-Gerrard. She subsequently attended the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in Holland where she studied fortepiano with Stanley Hoogland, and took clavichord as a secondary study with Menno van Delft, gaining the equivalent of a Masters-level diploma in 2005.

Katrina has undertaken masterclasses on fortepiano with Bart van Oort, Malcom Bilson, Tom Beghin, Andreas Staier, Paul Badura-Skoda and Mitzi Meyerson; and on clavichord with Miklos Spanyi. She has performed in the Fringe concert series of the Utrecht Oude Muziek Festival, performing piano duets & two-piano works, and has played for the Honig Breethuis museum and the Friends of the Stichting Sweelinck Collectie.

Katrina is currently completing her PhD at the University of Southampton on dance music in the English country house under the supervision of Professor Jeanice Brooks, taking harpsichord lessons with Jane Chapman and studying continuo with Elizabeth Kenny. She has performed on the harpsichord in university concerts at the Turner Sims Concert Hall and in St Michael's Church.

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