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CANCELLED: Lunchtime Recital – Tom Law (tenor) & Emily Hoh (piano)
January 23 @ 11:50 am - 12:50 pm
Sadly, we must cancel the recital this coming Sunday (23rd January).
This is due to a Covid 19 contact issue, and in the interests of reducing risk for all we felt it better to cancel and reschedule. To reassure you, Tom Law and Emily Hoh are both well.
A performance entitled “Passione – A celebration of Italian and English love songs” including songs by Vaughan Williams, Quilter, Tosti and Bellini.
Free entrance with a retiring collection in aid of the Church Organ Fund
Tom Law is a student at the Royal College of Music studying with Tim Evans-Jones and Andrew Robinson. He started his career as a tenor in Portsmouth Cathedral Choir, where he studied with Justin Lavender, singing daily services. He was a two-time winner of the Bowlby cup at Eton College (one of the few consecutive winners in the competitions history) and gained first prize in Berkshire Young Singer of the Year (2018). Previous engagements have included a selection of Schubert songs at St John Smith Square and chorus roles in Haydn’s ‘Creation’, Bach’s ‘St John Passion’ and Mozart’s ‘Mass in C Minor’.
Emily Hoh is a Swedish-Taiwanese pianist studying at the Royal College of Music (RCM). Emily started learning piano at the age of 4 and completed her ABRSM Diploma exam in 2011 before taking a hiatus from classical piano to study a BSc in Psychology at University College London (UCL), where she graduated with first-class honours. Emily is currently completing an Mperf in collaborative piano, studying under Simon Lepper, Roger Vignoles, and Kathron Sturrock. As a collaborative pianist, Emily works frequently with singers and instrumentalists, in duos and in small chamber ensembles, as well as in larger scales as an opera repetiteur and orchestral pianist.