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Piano Recital | Southern Cathedrals Festival


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Get ready to experience a wonderful evening of music and art at the Gallery.

Join us for a classic piano recital in Room 11, featuring pianist Ella O’Neill and soprano Natasha Page, hosted by the prestigious Southern Cathedrals Festival.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the art surrounding you as these incredible musicians take the stage to perform a set of pieces by Strauss and Debussy, as well as works by two female composers, Margaret Schweikert and Ingeborg Bronsart.

Witness the magic unfold as music and art come together in perfect harmony.

Tickets also include admission to the Gallery.


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Southern Cathedrals Festival

The Southern Cathedrals Festival brings together the choirs of Chichester, Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals for an annual celebration of choral music. Alongside a programme of concerts and services, featuring the combined choirs, runs a series of fringe events that includes recitals, broadcasts and lectures. Some of the musical works commissioned for the Festival have entered the mainstream classical repertoire, most famously Leonard Bernstein’s ‘Chichester Psalms’ composed in 1965.

Artist bios

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Ella O'Neill - Collaborative Pianist

Ella is currently the Lord and Lady Lurgan Collaborative Piano Fellow at the Royal College of Music, her alma mater. She graduated with distinction from the RCM in July 2019, where she studied postgraduate piano accompaniment with Simon Lepper, Kathron Sturrock and Roger Vignoles. During her time there she won the Alasdair Graham Pianist Prize in the RCM Lieder Competition and second prize in the Brooks van der Pump English Song Competition. Prior to that she studied undergraduate piano with Mei Yi Foo at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where she won the Bryan Davies Memorial Piano Accompaniment Prize.

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Natasha Page - Soprano

With a voice described as ‘lustrous’, ‘sunny’ and ‘with a glorious rich tone, soaring high notes and engaging manner’, British light-lyric soprano Natasha Page is a graduate of the Royal College of Music International Opera Studio, where she studied with Rosa Mannion. She is a Samling Artist, an Oxford Lieder Emerging Artist, a Making Music Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artist and a Leeds Lieder Young Artist.

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