£10
60 minutes
The Hearn Recital Room
Mon 14 Oct 2024, 1.10pm

Music

Lunchtime Recital: Peter Cigleris & Dina Duisen

£10
60 minutes
The Hearn Recital Room
Mon 14 Oct 2024, 1.10pm

William Mathias Clarinet Sonatina Op.3
Augusta Holmes Molto Lento
Cecil Armstrong Gibbs Two Pieces for Clarinet and Piano
I. Silver Stream
II. Quiet Evening
John Gardener Pezzo Romantico Op.244
Cecil Hartog Chateaux de Espagne No.1 & No.2
Carl Maria von Weber Grand Duo Concertante Op.48

Clarinettist Peter Cigleris is in demand as a soloist and chamber musician. Peter
has appeared on BBC Radio Three’s In Tune programme and performed live for the BBC in the Radio Three lunchtime recital. He has worked with Martin Cousins, Mark Bebbington, Julian Lloyd Webber performing for various music clubs and festivals around the UK including, the Windsor and Wooburn Festival, English Music Festival, Carlisle International Music Festival. Peter is a member of Chamber Music Box presenting innovative chamber music programmes in London and the surrounding areas.

Internationally Peter has performed at the Groba Festival in Spain, chamber recitals in
France, Netherlands and the US. Concerto appearances include Belgium, Italy, Romania and Mexico. While in Mexico Peter also gave the Mexican premiere of Malcolm Arnold’s Second Clarinet Concerto. Peter was recently invited to perform in Gyor, Hungary for the European Clarinet Festival and gave the US premiere of Susan Spain-Dunk’s Poem Cantilena with the Reno Philharmonic.

Kazakh-British pianist Dina Duisen was born into a family of musicians in Kazakhstan. She studied there and in the USA before completing a Master of Arts Degree in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music. Dina has performed at Milton Court (Barbican), Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall.

Dina, alongside her brother Ordabek, forms the Duisen Duo, performing chamber music across the UK, Italy, the USA, and at Kazakhstan’s Presidential Centre of Culture. Her roles have included resident class pianist at IMS Prussia Cove, Casalmaggiore International Music Festival, the Royal College of Music, and the Royal Academy of Music. Dina frequently collaborates with violinist Nicola Benedetti and boasts a rich experience as an orchestral and chamber musician, in addition to her solo recitals.