Catrin Finch, Harp

Venue: The Concert Hall (Directions)

Tue 10 Apr, 19:30
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John Parry
Sonata No.1

Fauré
​Une Chatelaine en sa tour

Hindemith
Sonate for harp (Mäßig schnell ; Lebhaft ; Lied)

Patterson
BUGS! Mosquito Massacre

Parish-Alvars
Introduction, Cadenza and Rondo

Britten
Suite for Harp (Overture ; Toccata ; Nocturne ; Fugue ; Hymn (St.Denio))

Rota
Sarabanda E Toccata

Trad.
Welsh Folk Song

Piazzolla
Libertango

Godefroid
Carnival de Venice​

International welsh harpist, Catrin Finch, is one of the most accomplished harpists of her generation. Since her inspiration to learn the harp at the age of five, she has been delighting audiences with her performances in the UK and worldwide. Her rise to prominence started almost immediately. From achieving the highest mark in the UK for her Grade 8 exam at the tender age of nine, under the guidance of Elinor Bennett, she went on to study at The Purcell School and the Royal Academy of Music, where she studied with Skaila Kanga and received the Queen’s Award for the most outstanding student of her year. In 2000 – 2004, she had the honour of reviving the ancient tradition of Royal Harpist to H.R.H, the Prince of Wales, last held in 1873.

We are delighted to welcome her to The Concert Hall for a solo recital.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a slight change to the previously advertised programme.

Pre-concert talk 6.30pm
The Town Hall FREE

Ticket information

Tickets: £20.50, £17.50, £15.50

Groups 10+: ALL tickets are £12 each. No additional subscription rates apply. (subject to availability)
All children under 18: £6 for individual tickets
Schools: £6 each, including free programmes (subject to availability) (SMS members £5.75)
Classical Membership Scheme: £12 for individual tickets. (For patrons aged 18-25 or students of any age - please contact the Box Office to register for the scheme)

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Venue info

The Concert Hall

The Concert Hall, located within the Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading, RG1 1QH

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Contact: 0118 960 6060

Box Office opening times: 

Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 4.00pm 
Sunday and Bank Holidays One hour before the show