Inspiration. With Nigel Clarke-St Pancras-Clerkenwell-Smithfield-St Mary Aldemary 8 7 14

July 8, 2014

Walking and talking with Nigel Clarke in Clerkenwell and the City today, ending up with coffee under the fan-vaulting of Wren’s only gothic church. It was a day of past and present, beginning, five minutes from St Pancras International, at the eponymous church on the hill tucked in behind. A 6th Century stone, the graves […]

Practice: Michelangelo-Bach 5 7 14

July 5, 2014

Practice: 5th July 2014Totally unable to tear myself away from Michelangelo’s ‘Entombment’ at the NG today. I arrived at 11 and realised when I left that I had sat there for four hours. Much of it wondering what music might reach such heights/depths. I am not going to offer any answer but three readings of […]

Tartini-Sonata Piccola No 18 D major

June 5, 2014

Tartini: ‘The essence of Harmony is Unity, which divides itself into multiples, only to return to unity as its basic principle.’  Sonata XVIII  D major Andante Cantabile lascia ch’io dico addio Whenever I play or hear this movement, I think of Tartini saying:’‘The essence of Harmony is Unity, which divides itself into multiples, only to return to […]

Summer 2014

June 5, 2014

With Ole Bull 2014-15

May 29, 2014

Interview given to ‘Bergens Tidende’ 21 5 15 Journalist-Mari Stephan You have been studying Ole Bull for some time. How did it all start? And how have you been working on this project? My interest in Ole Bull, began 9 years ago, when I was giving a lot of performances of music by Niccolo Paganini […]

Two days with Jeremy Dale Roberts

May 27, 2014

Either side of the Sound May 14-15 2014 (in preparation)

May 16, 2014

Spring 2014

April 5, 2014


March 2014

March 10, 2014


A week in the south

February 28, 2014

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