Join us for our last Juniors' workshop of the season at St Matthew's Church as part of MyRaynesPark.
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The upbeat to our 10th anniversary year as part of the MyRaynesPark Festival! With Brahms’ luscious first string sextet and Mendelssohn’s iconic octet, written in an exuberant burst of youthful genius aged just 16.
In addition, you will be able to admire Artist-in-Residence, Katie Ault's exhibition
VENUE: St Matthew's Church, Durham Road, SW20
TIME: 8pm. Doors open at 7.
With three violists on the Jigsaw Board, it is time to celebrate the viola with its luscious sound, gorgeous tone and fun repertoire! A great evening not to be missed!
VENUE: St Matthew's Church, Durham Road, SW20 0HG
- Philipe Hersant Pavane for solo viola
- Jean-Marie Leclair Sonata Op.12 n2 for two violas
- Frank Bridge Lament for two violas
- Bela Bartok A selection from the violin duos arranged for viola
- Matthias Durst Adagio for four violas
- York Bowen Fantasia for four violas
- Georg Philipp Telemann Concerto n.2 for four violas
- Christopher Lowry Romanza for four violas
- Pietro Mascagni Intermezzo sinfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana, arranged for four violas by Mamiko Kobayakawa
- Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber Passacaglia for solo violin arranged for viola
- Gabriel Fauré Pavane, arranged for four violas by Sancho Engaño
- Henry Purcell Fantasia n6 & 7 for four viols
Approximate running time: 85mins plus 15mins interval.
THIS PERFORMANCE IS SOLD OUT
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Join us for a performance in the magical and historical Southside House in Wimbledon Common.
On the programme:
Mozart Kegelstatt Trio, K. 498
Brahms Sonata Op.120 n.1 played on clarinet
Brahms Sonata Op.120 n.2 played on viola
Schumann Märchenerzählungen, Op 132
“A remarkable pianist by any standard” The Observer.
A fantastic evening featuring one of the brightest stars on the contemporary jazz scene, MOBO Award winner Zoe Rahman.
DATE: Friday 2nd February 2018, 8pm
VENUE: Christ Church West Wimbledon - 2 Cottenham Park Rd, SW20 0RZ
A vibrant and highly individual pianist and composer, Zoe Rahman’s style is deeply rooted in jazz yet it reflects her classical background, British/Bengali heritage and her very broad musical taste. Known for her powerful technique, wide-ranging imagination and exuberant performance, she has become a highly sought-after musician, working most recently with the likes of George Mraz, Courtney Pine and Jerry Dammers’ Spatial AKA Orchestra.
Zoe’s latest album, “Dreamland”, showcases the depth and breadth of her musical imagination, featuring new compositions alongside tracks by Duke Ellington, Jessica Williams, Rabindranath Tagore, as well as solo renditions of some of Zoe’s back catalogue. A former MOBO Award winner, Mercury Prize nominee, Jazz FM Award nominee and British Jazz Award winner, Zoe has established herself as a unique presence in the British music industry. This is a rare opportunity to hear one of the UK’s most gifted jazz pianists in an intimate solo piano setting.
Dreamland album reviews:
“A joy to find Zoe fully in the spotlight, uninterrupted, on this dazzling solo session. A milestone” ***** BBC Music Magazine
“An exciting solo set, brilliantly performed and totally absorbing” **** The Observer
“An arresting work suffused with enormous feeling, and bursts of surprising delicacy and power….Rahman shines on her own” **** Evening Standard
“Always exciting, playful, muscular and a tiny bit unhinged, that’s what I love about Zoe Rahman” Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2
“A powerful testament to this fine pianist’s authority” *** Guardian
You can purchase tickets online by clicking above, in person at the Lantern Coffee House or at the door.
An evening dedicated to J.S. Bach culminating in the arrangement by Dmitry Sitkovetsky's of the Goldberg Variations with mulled wine and private chef Rosanna Holmes' mince pies. An evening not to be missed!
Kaija Lukas, violin Jenny Lewisohn & Emmanuella Reiter, violas Ashok Klouda, cello
DATE: Friday 15th December, 8pm
VENUE: St Matthew's Church, Durham Road, SW20 0DE
Join us for an evening of Schubert with three of his most celebrated chamber music masterpieces: the Arpeggione Sonata performed on viola, his Notturno for piano trio and the sublime Trout Quintet.
Kaija Lukas, violin
Jenny Lewisohn & Emmanuella Reiter, violas
Ashok Klouda, piano
Siret Lust, double bass
Sophia Rahman, piano
DATE: Saturday 2nd December, 7.30pm
VENUE: Christ Church West Wimbledon
"Animal and their Song"
presented by Kate Wakeling
Jigsaw's Poet-in-Residence & 2017 CLiPPA Award-Winner
Jigsaw Juniors present a concert for the whole family intertwining musical masterpieces with words specially-selected and presented by Jigsaw Poet-in-Residence, Kate Wakeling, including extracts from her 2017 CLiPPA award-winning poetry collection for children, "Moon Juice".
Entitled "Animals and their song", the celebrated Jigsaw Players will perform works by Saint-Saens, Rimsky Korsakov, Gershwin and many other greats. To conclude the concert children will be given an opportunity to sing and dance as we spin the Jigsaw Song Wheel. A fun morning not to be missed!
Piano provided with generous support from Markson Pianos and sponsored by an Anonymous Donor.
- Schumann: From Scenes from Childhood: Of Foreign Lands and Peoples & A Curious Story
- Schubert: The Trout theme
- Saint-Saëns: From the Carnival of the Animals: The Swan & The Elephant
- Gershwin: Promenade - Walking the Dog
- Fauré: Le Papillon & Au bord de l'eau
- Ibert: Le Petit Âne Blanc
- Prokofiev: Extracts from Peter and the Wolf
- Debussy: Clair de Lune
- Rimsky-Korsakov: Flight of the Bumble Bee
VENUE: Baillie Gifford Big Tent, 10.30am
TICKETS: £15 (incl one child) £7.50 (additional tickets)
Our 2017 winner is Kate Thomas aged 9. Congratulations!
In a new development, the Jigsaw Players are joining forces with Chandra Chakraborty, a doyenne of Indian Classical Music, to perform at the House of Commons. They will perform extracts from Dmitry Sitkovetsky's arrangement of the Goldberg Variations as well as a piece withe Ms. Chakraborty.
For more information about the event, please click here
Musicians for this programme:
Kaija Lukas, violin - Emmanuella Reiter, viola - Bartholomew LaFollette, cello
A fundraising evening hosted by Olgarhythm in Notting Hill. if you would like to join us, please email us for more details at email@example.com
Musicians for this programme:
Kaija Lukas, violin - Jenny Lewisohn, viola - Emmanuella Reiter, viola - Ashok Klouda, cello - Sophia Rahman, piano - Siret Lust, double bass
"Music begins where Words end"
Presented by Jigsaw's Poet-in-Residence, Kate Wakeling
For this exceptional event as part of the Wimbledon Bookfest, the Jigsaw Players will be performing a concert entitled "Music begins where Words end" - Art of Words, Art of Sounds.
Musical extracts will be intertwined with extracts from works by Plato, Shakespeare, Proust, Baudelaire and Tolstoy, recited by Jigsaw Poet-in-Residence, 2017 CLiPPA Award-winner Kate Wakeling.
Musicians for this programme:
Victoria Sayles, violin - Emmanuella Reiter, viola - Ashok Klouda, cello - Sophia Rahman, piano
- Johann Sebastian Bach: Gamba sonata n.1 BWV 1027 for cello and piano
- Sergei Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet arranged by Vadim Borisowsky for viola and piano
- Ludwig van Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata no.9 Op.47 for violin and piano
- Robert Schumann: Piano Quartet Op.47 for violin, viola, cello & piano
VENUE: Baillie Gifford Big Tent
Piano provided with generous support from Markson Pianos.
Gala Dinner Concert
Tuesday 12th September 2017, 7.30pm
The Light House Restaurant, Wimbledon
Join us for an exceptional evening of thrilling music, delicious food & fine wine at the Light House Restaurant to celebrate the launch of the Jigsaw Players’ 2017-18 Season.
You'll be greeted with a glass of fizz which you can enjoy during the short opening concert.
Following that, a three-course menu specially created by the celebrated chef Chris Casey.
Throughout the evening you will be able to bid in our silent auction for exceptional prizes ranging from a Gail's cookbook to tailored concerts in the privacy of your own home.
To conclude the evening, before dessert, we will be drawing our lucky raffle winners.
TICKETS: £60 per person (includes concert, a glass of fizz upon arrival & a three-course dinner)
Enquiries about big parties please call 07738707516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
VENUE: Light House Restaurant Wimbledon, 75-77 Ridgway, London SW19 4ST
No tickets sold at the door!
At 11am Bach to Baby presents “Invitation to Dance” programme with:
(To see the artists' biographies, please click on their names)
On the programme:
- Bartok Romanian Dances
- Ravel Pièce en forme d'Habanera
- Mendelssohn Piano Trio op.49 in D minor
- Fauré Piano Trio 0p.120.
Bach to Baby, the critically acclaimed classical concert series for baby and you presents outstanding musicians, exhilarating performances in inspiring locations across London and the South East.
At 7.30pm the Jigsaw Players will present the complete version of the morning's programme.
For Bach to Baby 11:00am tickets ONLY, please visit www.bachtobaby.com/my-raynes-park-special
For the 7.30pm Jigsaw Players concert and combo tickets (11:00am Bach to Baby family concert + 7.30pm Jigsaw Players concert), you can purchase your tickets below:
After a long break, the Jigsaw Players are finally coming back to Wimbledon! Join us for a programme of Brahms, Tchaikoswsky and some festive specials!
Hungry before or after the concert? No problem! Opt for our special dinner+concert deal for only £40. This includes the price of the ticket as well as a 2 course meal with a glass of wine and coffee at the critically acclaimed Light House Restaurant in Wimbledon Village