• Cadogan Hall (map)
  • 5 Sloane Terrace
  • London, England, SW1X 9DQ
  • United Kingdom

Join students from the Royal College of Music for the third concert of their residency at Cadogan Hall, which will feature a European premiere from Australian composer Connor D’Netto.

The evening will also include a performance from RCM percussion quartet, PERC’M, before the cello takes centre stage in works by Fazil Say and Popper.

tickets: £10 (£5 concessions for students)


JS Bach  Concert for violin and oboe in C minor BWV 1060

Gabriella Jones violin
Andrés Villalobos oboe

Handel  Sonata a 5 for violin and strings in B flat major (Sonata a Cinque) HWV 288

Maxim Del Mar baroque violin
Abel Balazs baroque violin
Ethan Rouse baroque viola
Erlend Vestby baroque cello
Evangeline Tang baroque double bass
Claire Williams harpsichord

Connor D’Netto  Small, round, strangely furry, with spots, stripes and other patterns (European premiere)

Maja Horvat violin
Jonathan Leeds clarinets
Joe Howson piano

Fazil Say  Sivas and Hopa from Four Cities
Popper Hungarian Rhapsody op 68

Jamal Aliyev cello

Pablo Barrios  Repique
Alex Temple Heald  Sense of Self

PERC’M percussion quartet

Janaček  Mládí

Imogen Royce flute
Alec Harmon oboe
Lewis Graham clarinet
Elliot Gresty bass clarinet
Blair Sheppherd bassoon
Kristina Yumerska french horn


Connor’s studies in the United Kingdom are proudly supported by
The Lord Mayor’s Young and Emerging Artists Fellowship,
an initiative of the Brisbane City Council.