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Home What's On Music Anna Tilbrook's Summer Concert 2020

Music: Anna Tilbrook's Summer Concert 2020

Following advice from the Government for people to avoid public places including restaurants and theatres, Rosehill Theatre and The Green Room restaurant are closed until further notice and bookings have been suspended. We will reopen as soon as it is considered safe and sensible to do so.

Performance details

A popular fixture in the Rosehill calendar, this year's summer concert with pianist Anna Tilbrook will feature Martin Owen, principal horn at the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and violinist Anna Smith, also of the BBCSO, in a programme including the Brahms Horn Trio.

Hertfordshire-born Anna Tilbrook is one of Britain's most exciting pianists, with a considerable reputation in song recitals and chamber music. Having studied at York University and the Royal Academy of Music with Julius Drake, she made her debut at London's Wigmore Hall in 1999 and has since become a regular performer at Europe's major concert halls and festivals. She has won many international honours for her accompaniment and collaborated with numerous leading singers and instrumentalists.

In addition, she is in demand as a répétiteur, continuo player and vocal coach, working for companies including the Royal Opera, Royal Ballet, Aldeburgh Festival and London Symphony Orchestra (LSO).

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Martin Owen is regarded as one of Europe's leading horn players, appearing as soloist and chamber musician all around the world.

He currently holds the position of Principal Horn at the BBC Symphony Orchestra, having served as Principal Horn of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for 10 years, and from 2012-13 was contracted as Principal Horn of the Berliner Philharmoniker.

He is also Principal Horn in California-based chamber music ensemble Camerata Pacifica and the UK's Britten Sinfonia and Haffner Ensemble.

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Anna Smith read music at St Catharine's College, Cambridge and then studied violin with Erich Gruenberg as a postgraduate scholar at the Royal Academy of Music. She has won awards from the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund and the Countess of Munster Musical Trust.

Aside from the BBCSO, she is a violinist in the Elgin String Quartet and leader of the Jersey Chamber Orchestra and the Little Orchestra. She has worked with most of the UK's professional orchestras, with several in a principal role.

Our website is being upgraded and a new online booking system will launch early 2020 which includes seat selection and e-tickets. In case of difficulty with the existing system, please book through the box office on 01946 692422.

Pre-performance dining

The Green Room restaurant offers a pre-theatre menu at £22 for two courses and £25 for three, which can be booked and paid for in advance through the box office on 01946 692422.

The restaurant is very busy before performances and reservations are advisable. Book and pre-pay online with your tickets (please state preferred time of dining in the "booking notes" field) or call the box office.

Performance times and tickets

  • Sunday 12 July • 3pm
  • Tickets
     
    £22 • £11 U26
    Plus booking fee

    Pre-performance dining
    Three-course menu £25 • two-course menu £22



  • A booking fee of up to £1.50 applies to most transactions



 
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