Lunchtime Concert


WED 13 OCT / 13.00

Marcel Grandjany Variations on a Theme by Haydn

Henriëtte Renié Pièce Symphonique

Ekaterina Walter-Kune Fantasy on a Theme from Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin

Carolina Lizotte Suite Galactique
I. Exosphere
II. Hymn au Bon Combat
III. Scherzo Del Pueblo

Marcel Grandjany Rhapsodie

Lucia Foti studied with Maria Ester Gattoni at Conservatorio di Como, Italy, where she graduated in Harp Performance with first class honours. Supported by a Trinity Laban Scholarship, she is currently attending a Master of Music at Trinity Laban, under the supervision of Gabriella Dall’Olio and Frances Kelly. She has experience with recitals, orchestra, including soloist roles and chamber music. In 2021, as a Trinity Laban student, she gave a chamber performance at Wigmore Hall. Lucia won several competitions as well, notably she was awarded a first prize scholarship at the Soroptimist Italia Competition for young talents (2015).

Sara Flores Montez
After a first training in music, harp and composition in Geneva, Sara was awarded several scholarships which allowed her to move to London where she is currently studying harp at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance under the tutelage of Gabriella Dall'Olio.
A classically trained harpist, she likes to place the harp in new repertoires and performs in concerts of contemporary music. She plays works by young composers at the MAMCO. She has played with the contemporary ensembles the NEC and Contrechamps.

Maria McNamee is an Irish harpist from Newry who began playing the harp at the age of 9, embracing both traditional Irish and classical music. She recently graduated with a first class honours degree from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she continues to study for her masters degree with Gabriella Dall’Olio and Frances Kelly. From the age of 12, Maria studied at Chethams school of music for 6 years with Marie Leenhardt and Gabriella Dall’Olio. Co-winner of the John Marson prize 2020, Maria was awarded 2nd prize in the London Camac competition 2021 and is a current member of Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra.

Imogen Emmett is studying for the final year of her MMus degree at Trinity Laban, having completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oxford. She played in over 40 ensemble-based concerts whilst at university, including regular concerts with the Oxford University Orchestra and the Oxford University Sinfonietta. Last year, she had the privilege of playing with two ensembles based at Trinity - the Trinity Symphony Orchestra and the Contemporary Music Group. In addition, she has been appointed treasurer of the Apollo Consort Contemporary Music Society with whom she regularly performs and explores her interest in contemporary music.

Queen's House, Royal Museums Greenwich
Admission free, no ticket required

Dates and times

This event finished on 13 October 2021.

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