Imogen will join Rambert (contemporary ballet company) for a series of performances at the Theatre Royal Bath.
Imogen will feature in Aletta Collins' new creation 'The days run away like wild horses'.
Thu 2 Nov - 7.30pm
Fri 3 Nov - 2.30pm
Fri 3 Nov - 7.30pm
Sat 4 Nov - 2.30pm
Sat 4 Nov - 7.30pm
More information and tickets available here: http://www.rambert.org.uk/performances/
The Academy returns to its spiritual home – the church in which it gave its first performance in 1959 – to present Johann Sebastian Bach’s glorious Mass in B minor by candlelight with St Martin’s Voices and conductor Andrew Earis.
Imogen will perform in the Carols by Candlelight service at St Matthew's Church, Wimbledon on Sunday 17th December. Music to include traditional carols and a performance of the final movement (No.64, Choral) from J.S Bach's Christmas Oratorio.
Imogen will perform in the midnight mass service at St James's Church Piccadilly. The music in the service will comprise traditional carols and a trumpet solo during Communion.
Tickets and more information here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ensemble-eroica-american-threads-tickets-32549482378?aff=es2
Ensemble Eroica debuts at St John's Waterloo, presenting a contrasting programme of American music for string orchestra.
Joining Eroica is young English trumpet soloist Imogen Hancock to perform the world premier of Alex Brusentsev's Flugelhorn Concerto.
Barber: Adagio for Strings
Brusentsev: Flugelhorn Concerto (World Premiere)
- interval -
Copland: Quiet City
Bartok: Divertimento for Strings
Conductor: Toby Thatcher
Flugelhorn/Trumpet: Imogen Hancock
Cor Anglais: TBC
Imogen will join the Chineke! Orchestra for a performance at St Bavo's Cathedral, Ghent.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor - Ballade for Orchestra
Haydn - Cello Concerto in C
Joseph Boulogne - Overture – L’amant anonyme
Elgar - Enigma Variations
More information and tickets available here: http://www.gentfestival.be/nl/programma/the-chineke-orchestra-met-de-kersverse-winnaar-van-de-elisabethwedstrijd-voor-cello-2017/134/
In September Imogen will join The Multi-Story Orchestra for two performances of Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring'.
Saturday 9th September - 7pm
Sunday 10th September - 7pm
Tickets and more information available here: https://www.multi-story.org.uk/events/2017/9/8-9/stravinsky-rite-of-spring-living-programme-note
In August Imogen will take part in the St Lawrence Jewry Summer Chamber Music Festival 2017.
J.S. Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F Major
Vivaldi - Summer from The Four Seasons
Albinoni - Oboe Concerto in D Minor
Neruda - Trumpet Concerto (Mvt 1)
Vivaldi - 'The Goldfinch'
Trumpet: Imogen Hancock
Violin: Eve Kennedy
Flute: Helena Gourd
Oboe: Lavinia Redman
Imogen will join trumpet quartet Bella Tromba in a lunchtime performance for the grand opening of St James' Market, London. This event will be curated by Classical Pop-Ups for Classic FM.
More information available here: http://bellatromba.com/blog/a-grand-opening/
Trumpet and Piano lunchtime recital
Chapel Royal, Brighton
Summer 2017 Series
Tickets £3 on the door.
Légende - George Enescu
Rapsodie - Claude Debussy
Arabesque No.1 - Claude Debussy
Sonata - Maurice Emmanuel
She - Charles Aznavour
Cantabile et Scherzetto - Philippe Gaubert
Impromptu - Jacques Ibert
Imogen Hancock Trumpet
Jennifer Hughes Piano
Imogen will perform at Ely Cathedral with the choir of Washington National Cathedral on their tour of the U.K.
A lunchtime concert of choral masterpieces - with works by Stanford, Holst, Poulenc, Durufle & Leighton.
Imogen will be involved in Leighton's 'Easter Sequence' and Purcell's 'Trumpet Sonata in D'
More information available here: http://www.elycathedral.org/events/lunchtime-concert-the-boy-and-girl-choristers-of-washington-national-cathedral-choir
Tickets and more information here: http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/gala-concert-with-the-kings-singers-170606/
Gala Concert with special guests including The King's Singers
to celebrate Daryl Runswick’s 70th birthday
The King’s Singers
i Solisti di Londra
On Saturday 20th May, Imogen will perform Aleksandr Brusentsev's ...what's left when... live alongside the film by Sky Ainsbury.
Click here for more details of the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/411239915899856/?notif_t=plan_user_invited¬if_id=1494179635523138
OExact time of performance TBC!
Tickets and more information here: http://southbanksinfonia.co.uk/event/170517/
Mason Bates Mothership
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Walton Belshazzar’s Feast
Simon Over conductor
Benjamin Grosvenor piano
Benedict Nelson baritone
St Michael’s Singers
with singers from Bar Choral Society, The Bach Choir, London Concert Choir and St Alban’s Bach Choir
Late and Early
Schumann Overture: Hermann und Dorothea
Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129
Brahms Serenade No. 1 in D major, Op. 11
Guy Johnston cello
aust Chamber Orchestra
ark Austin conductor
Imogen is delighted to have been selected for this year's Britten-Pears Orchestra.
Performance: Friday 7th April, 7.30pm, Royal Festival Hall
Southbank Centre is delighted to announce that Aldeburgh Music's Britten-Pears Orchestra will perform in the place of European Union Youth Orchestra, with Marin Alsop as conductor and Colin Currie as soloist.
Marin Alsop conductor
Colin Currie percussion
Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No.2
Turnage: Percussion Concerto (In memoriam Steve Martland) (World premiere)
- Interval -
Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring
HAYDN The Creation (sung in English)
Woking Choral Society
Ben Palmer • conductor
Felicity Hayward • soprano
Tom Raskin • tenor
Nicholas Mogg • bass
Join OSP and Woking Choral Society in the splendid setting of Guildford Cathedral for Haydn's great choral masterpiece, The Creation.
Tickets on sale soon
More information available here: http://www.orchestraofstpauls.org/events/wcs-creation
Mendelssohn - Elijah
Elizabeth Atherton - soprano
Rebecca Afonwy-Jones - mezzo-soprano
Ben Johnson - tenor
Gavan Ring - bass
Thomas Blunt - conductor
More information here: http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/ealing-choral-society-170318/
Imogen will perform Stravinsky's 'L'Histoire du soldat' with the London Arts Orchestra at Keele University.
More information available here: https://www.keele.ac.uk/artskeele/whatson/music/keeleconcertsocietyevents/title,158126,en.php
From 4th January - 21st February 2017, Imogen will be living and studying in Oslo, Norway.
This trip has been funded by the Royal Philharmonic Society's Julius Isserlis Award and Imogen will be having lessons with renowned soloist Tine Thing Helseth, Brynjar Kolbersgrud (Co-Principal Trumpet, Oslo Philharmonic) and Roeland Henkens (Prinicpal Trumpet, Den Norske Opera & Ballet).
Imogen will perform as a guest with Oompah Brass as part of their new residency at the Munich Cricket Club in Victoria.
About Oompah Brass:
Formed by some of the UK’s most versatile brass players, Oompah Brass started out with the firm intention of becoming a traditional German oompah band. However, they quickly realised that novel arrangements of pop tunes carried more appeal than the waltzes, polkas and marches more commonly associated with the genre. They’ve since been described by one of their biggest fans, Chris Evans, as full-blown ‘legends in Lederhosen.’
As a recipient of the Royal Philharmonic Society's Julius Isserlis Scholarship 2015-17, Imogen will perform in a shared recital with other RPS Young Musicians.
MacMillan Seraph (1st Movement)
Haydn Trumpet Concerto (2nd Movement)
Gaubert Cantabile et Scherzetto
Imogen Hancock Trumpet
Jennifer Hughes Piano
Other performers are the Castalian Quartet, Kristine Balanas (violin) and Soraya Mafi (soprano).
The evening includes the recital, a buffet supper and wine. All profits will go towards the RPS Young Musicians Programme. Tickets for the recital can be purchased here.
Info from Southbank Sinfonia website:
Simon Over conductor
Join us for a special gala concert as the players of 2016 complete their Southbank Sinfonia journey. Friends from previous years of Southbank Sinfonia will return to play alongside their latest colleagues, collectively creating an orchestra of symphonic power.
Bringing the year to a rousing conclusion is Scheherazade, a feast of imagination and brilliant instrumental effect that presents musical snapshots fromThe Arabian Nights. Rimsky-Korsakov unleashes a scintillating arsenal of colour that so vividly describes stories full of wonder and endless possibility.
After the concert, you are invited to celebrate all that the musicians have achieved this year in a post-concert party with drinks and canapés.
Tickets Further information will be announced in May. Priority booking for supporters.
Information from Southbank Sinfonia website:
Like each musician, every instrument in the orchestra has its own personality and stories to tell. Some are extrovert and excitable, rushing to share tales of action and adventure. Others are more laid back, preferring to keep you on the edge of your seat as they slowly let the tension build and build.
Here the spotlight is shone on a selection of them as we explore concertos, delving into some juicy musical conversations between the soloist and the supporting orchestra!
With 33 electrifying young players as your guides, you can also expect dramatic lighting effects and big screen projections that help to take you right inside the orchestra and the music being played.
Includes movements from:
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
Hummel Trumpet Concerto (soloist: Imogen Hancock)
Arnold Clarinet Concerto No.1
Haydn Cello Concerto No.1 in C major
After the concert you can meet the musicians and try out some of their instruments in Cadogan Hall’s foyer.
Ideal for children aged 5 – 11
Tickets £6.50 children | £10 adults | £28 family of four
Book tickets here:
Imogen will perform the 3rd movement of Hummel's Trumpet Concerto again at Bridgewater House, London, in a private concert for Southbank Sinfonia's principal partner EFG on Tuesday 18th October.
Classicism according to Cherubino
Prokofiev Symphony No. 1 in D major, Op. 25 'Classical'
Mozart Oboe Concerto in C major, K.31
Mozart Le nozze di Figaro 'Non so più'; 'Voi che sapete'
Rossini Il barbiere di Sivigilia 'Una voce poco fa'
Schubert Symphony No. 3 in D major, D.200
Katie Bray mezzo soprano
Olivier Stankiewicz oboe
Faust Chamber Orchestra
Mark Austin conductor
Website: Faust Chamber Orchestra
This summer, Imogen will perform as the featured soloist for the Battle Proms, a series of open-air concerts at stately homes around England.
The average audience for each concert is between 6,000-10,000 people! The Battle Proms are also sponsored by Classic FM.
Programme (with orchestra):
Joseph Haydn - Trumpet Concerto in Eb Major (Movement I)
Jeremiah Clarke - The Prince of Denmark's March
New English Concert Orchestra
Conductor: Douglas Coombes
Concert Host: Pam Rhodes (BBC Presenter)
For more info and to buy tickets: http://www.battleproms.com/
In August, Imogen will participate in masterclasses and concerts as part a student of the Voksenåsen Summer Academy in Norway.
Imogen will receive coaching from celebrated soloist Tine Thing Helseth and Tine's former teacher, Arnulf Naur Nilsen.
During the course, Imogen will also continue working with her duo partner, pianist Jennifer Hughes, who is a member of the Voksenåsen staff.
Info from the Southbank Sinfonia website:
Every July, Southbank Sinfonia – comprising some of the world’s most outstanding young musicians – makes its home at the Anghiari Festival in Tuscany. For a week, orchestral, choral and chamber music abounds from every piazza, church and cloister of this beautiful hill-town overlooking the Tiber valley.
A concert celebrating the music of Sally Beamish.
In this concert, Imogen and Jennifer will perform the World Premiere of a new work by Sally, commissioned for them by the Park Lane Group.
Sally Beamish in Conversation
Iosif Purits accordion
Cecilia Bignall cello
Imogen Hancock trumpet
Jennifer Hughes piano
Sally Beamish Fanfare (solo trumpet) • Takes two • *World Premiere of Trumpet & Piano work*
See more at: http://www.sjss.org.uk/events/sally-beamish