Boglárka György & Amy Butler Thursday 9th January 2025, 7:30 pm Violin & Piano
Programme Maurice Ravel: Pièce en forme de habanera Sergei Prokofiev: Five Melodies, Op. 35 Ravel: Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 in G maj. Prokofiev: Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 in D maj. Igor Frolov: Concert fantasy on themes from Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess
Amy and Boglárka area two of the latest generation of young musicians who are establishing themselves as concert favourites, both through their engagement of the audience, their obvious passion for the music and the synergy resultant from their combined abilities. Amy   Butler   gained   a   first-class   master's   degree   from   the   University   of   Oxford.   She   duets   regularly   with   violinist   Boglárka György,   also   flautist   Chris   Hill   and   cellist   Katharine   Ley.   Amy   has   performed   extensively   across   the   UK,   with   recent highlights   including   Stratford-upon-Avon   Music   Society,   North   Westmorland Arts,   Warwick Arts   Centre,   Salisbury   Chamber Music,   Melrose   Music   Society,   Sprotbrough   Music   Society,   the   Eric   Coates   Society   and   the   Guild   of   Musicians   and Singers (London). Originally   from   Hungary,   Boglárka   is   a   graduate   of   the   Liszt Academy   of   Music,   Budapest.   In   2017   Boglárka   gave   her   solo debut   playing   Bartók's   second   Violin   Concerto   with   the   Savaria   Symphony   Orchestra   under   conductor   Gergely   Madaras. She   has   also   had   the   privilege   of   working   with   conductors   such   as   Zubin   Mehta,   Elim   Chan,   Santtu-Matias   Rouvali   and Mirga   Gražinytė-Tyla.   She   regularly   performs   with   the   Philharmonia,   CBSO,   BBC   Philharmonic,   Manchester   Camerata and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Boglárka György & Amy Butler Thursday 9th January 2025, 7:30 pm Violin & Piano
Programme Maurice Ravel: Pièce en forme de habanera Sergei Prokofiev: Five Melodies, Op. 35 Ravel: Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 in G maj. Prokofiev: Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 in D maj. Igor Frolov: Concert fantasy on themes from Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess
Amy and Boglárka area two of the latest generation of young musicians who are establishing themselves as concert favourites, both through their engagement of the audience, their obvious passion for the music and the synergy resultant from their combined abilities. Amy   Butler   gained   a   first-class   master's   degree   from   the   University   of Oxford.   She   duets   regularly   with   violinist   Boglárka   György,   also   flautist Chris   Hill   and   cellist   Katharine   Ley.   Amy   has   performed   extensively across   the   UK,   with   recent   highlights   including   Stratford-upon-Avon Music     Society,     North     Westmorland    Arts,     Warwick    Arts     Centre, Salisbury   Chamber   Music,   Melrose   Music   Society,   Sprotbrough   Music Society,    the    Eric    Coates    Society    and    the    Guild    of    Musicians    and Singers (London). Originally   from   Hungary,   Boglárka   is   a   graduate   of   the   Liszt   Academy of   Music,   Budapest.   In   2017   Boglárka   gave   her   solo   debut   playing Bartók's     second     Violin     Concerto     with     the     Savaria     Symphony Orchestra   under   conductor   Gergely   Madaras.   She   has   also   had   the privilege   of   working   with   conductors   such   as   Zubin   Mehta,   Elim   Chan, Santtu-Matias     Rouvali     and     Mirga     Gražinytė-Tyla.     She     regularly performs     with     the     Philharmonia,     CBSO,     BBC     Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.