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Date
Saturday 12th - Sunday 13th March, 2022
Venue
Scott Music Centre, Queen Anne’s School, 6 Henley Road, Caversham, Berkshire, RG4 6DX.
Keynote Speaker
Marina Frolova-Walker is Professor of Music History at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, where she is Director of Studies in Music. She is also currently Professor of Music at Gresham College, London. One of the world’s leading authorities on Russian music, Professor Frolova-Walker has introduced international audiences not only to new repertories, but also to new ways of thinking about established works.

Evening Concert,
On Saturday 12th March, a piano recital will be given by Anita D'Attellis. Anita has given several recitals at Queen Anne’s School, including the UK premiere of The Gift of Song by the Dutch composer, Joep Franssens. This evening’s recital will focus on Scriabin’s early piano works:

  • Sonata no.3, op.23
  • Fantasie in B minor, op.28 
  • Sonata no.2, op.19
  • Deux poèmes, op. 32
  • A selection of Etudes

Organising Committee
Kenneth Smith, Anna Gawboy, Mark Richards, Pavel Shatskiy.

Queen Anne’s School
Founded in 1894, Queen Anne's is a school steeped in history and tradition and in 2019 celebrated its 125th anniversary, with a variety of exciting events. Originally part of the Grey Coat Hospital Foundation that was founded in 1689 by eight merchants in Westminster, it is today part of the United Westminster Grey Coat Foundation. The school has a thriving music department, and has a long history of collaboration with universities.

Travel information
Here is a map of the school's location.

Accommodation
For those reqiuring accommodation, here is a link to a booking.com list. We can recommend the following hotels, all within a short distance from the school. Please note that Caversham is ½ mile from school, Reading: 1 ½ miles from school; Play Hatch: 1 mile from school; Sonning: 2 miles from school.

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