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Founded some twenty years ago to encourage the love of serious music especially amongst the young, we provide live music in different genres performed by highly gifted professional artistes, many of whom have international recognition.   Probably no other local venue provides such recitals on a regular basis throughout the year and at a very reasonable expense.

Why travel to London when this quality of musical satisfaction can be found so close to home?


Next Concert:Sunday 14th January 2018, 3:00pm

Susan Clark
Susan Clark - piano
Sunday 14 January 2018 • 3:00pm • £15
Programme:
Mozart Sonata in F K332
   Allegro
   Adagio
   Allegro assai
Brahms Intermezzo in Bb minor Op117 No.2
Intermezzo in A Op118 No.2
Chopin Scherzo in Bb minor Op 31
 
Ravel Oiseaux Tristes and Une Barque sur l’ocean from Miroirs
Granados Valses Poeticos
   Vivace molto
   Melodico
   Tempo de Vals noble
   Tempo de Vals Lento
   Allegro humoristico
   Allegretto (elegante)
   Quasi ad Libitum (sentimental)
   Vivo
   Presto
   Andante Tempo di 1st Vals
Debussy Pour le Piano
   Prelude
   Sarabande
   Vif
Admission:
£15 in advance, or cash at the door.

Children 16 and under admitted free with accompanying adult. Students £3 (with ID card).

Amounts indicated are a suggested donation. If you are a tax payer a Gift Aid declaration would be appreciated.

Tickets are available from:
Guildford Tourist Information Centre

Guildford House
155 High Street
GU1 3AJ
Tel: 01483 444 333
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Biography:

Susan Clark started playing the piano at the age of four and attended the Trinity College of Music Junior Department for ten years, studying piano, flute, violin and musicianship. She continued her studies at Cambridge University and while there performed extensively both as a soloist and accompanist. After graduating from Cambridge, Susan successfully completed a Postgraduate Diploma in performance at the Royal College of Music. Her teachers have included Rose Eley, Nigel Clayton, John Blakely and Vanessa Latarche.

She has appeared as a soloist or accompanist at most of the major London concert venues, including the South Bank, St. John’s, Smith Square, Southwark Cathedral, St. Martin in the Fields, Blackheath Halls and the picture gallery at Royal Holloway. She has also played at the Edinburgh and the Aldeburgh Fringe Festivals and various music clubs in the south east and has performed at the Martinu Hall in Prague. In 2003 she performed a Mozart piano concerto with Trinity Orchestra, Harrow and in 2009 appeared with the Lincolnshire Symphony Orchestra playing Chopin's first piano concerto.

Susan has played for masterclasses throughout the country and has accompanied courses at Canford Summer School, Ripon Operatic Summer School and Stratford Flute Festival. She has had three articles about teaching techniques published in the Music Teacher magazine.

She has taught at Harrow School, Eagle House School and Latymer Saturday Music Centre. Susan currently holds posts as a visiting teacher of piano at Merchant Taylor’s School and Wellington College. She examines for the Associated Board in the UK and has completed three examining tours in Malaysia and two in Singapore.