a matinée violin & piano recital on Friday 22 March 2019 at 12 noon
The youngest performer of the season, SongHa was born in Germany in 2000. She has won a number of national and international competitions, including Senior 2nd prize and the Audience prize in the Yuhude Menuhin International Violin Competition in 2016. With maturity and artistic ability way beyond her age, it is not surprising that she has already performed at prestigious concert venues such as the Southbank Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall in London and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Currently studying at the Yehudi Menuhin School, SongHa has unlimited potential in the future.
Born in Bielefeld, Germany, in 2000, South Korean violinist SongHa Choi was the Winner of the Senior Second prize and the Senior Audience prize in the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition in London in 2016. She has won a number of additional national and international competitions, including the 1st prizes at the 2015 Jeunesses Musicales International Violin competition, Hangukilbo competition, Eumyeon Music competition and Buam Music competition, and was a semi finalist at the 2018 Premio Paganini international Violin competition.
Svitlana Kosenko was born in Ukraine and studied at Kharkov University of Arts with professor Meinikov and in Germany with Professor Mokatsyan. In 1999, she won second prize in the International Competition of French-Polish Music in Paris.
2001 saw Svitlana take first prize in the Smetana International Competition and was awarded a Special Prize for her performance at the Enescu Competition. In 2012, she won Best Pianist at the Joseph Suder Lieder Competition. Since 2014, Svitlana has been Accompanist in Residence at the Yehudi Menuhin School.
- to be announced
- Tickets are £15 each
- Recitals take place at Breinton, Heath House Road, Woking GU22 0RD - get directions
- Car parking is available from 11:30 am
- Doors will open at 11:45 am
- Performance at 12:00 noon
- The recital will be approximately one hour
- Snacks and soft drinks (included in ticket price) will be served after the performance.
Bookings are not refundable
Tickets are transferable to others. This means that you may give away or sell your tickets to someone else. Tickets are not transferable to another recital or another date.
All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. This means that we cannot return your payment if you are unable to attend an event. Your payment will be refunded in full if we have to cancel a recital.
Help with ticket transfers
If you are unable to attend a recital that you have booked and paid for, we may be able to help you transfer your tickets to another member. If we successfully transfer your ticket to another member, an administrative charge equal to 30% of the ticket price will be payable.