St Bride's: Music - Lunchtime Recitals

Julia Hartmann - piano

Thursday, 17 November at 1:15pm - FREE ADMITTANCE - Retiring Collection

Julia Hartmann - piano

Bach/Busoni

Ich ruf zu Dir

Bach/Naoumoff

Passacaglia in C Minor BWV 582

Kreisler/Rachmaninov

Liebesleid

Granados

Quejas o la Maja y el Ruisenor

Allegro de Concierto

Julia Hartmann has performed in more than twenty countries, most recently in Austria and the Czech Republic. Her London recital venues, both in a piano duo and as a soloist, include St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Steinway Hall and the Crush Room of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Further UK venues have included Snape Maltings, the Djanogly Recital Hall, Nottingham, the Usher Gallery, Lincoln, Croxteth Hall, Liverpool and the Colour House Theatre, Wimbledon. She has also given lecture recitals for Saga Classical Music Holidays and has performed widely as a classical artist on P&O and Fred Olsen Cruise ships.

Concerto performances have included Messiaen's 'Couleurs de la Cité Céleste' with the Twentieth Century Ensemble of the Royal College of Music, conducted by Edwin Roxburgh, and concertos by Liszt and Beethoven with the Nottingham Philharmonia and the Nottingham Chamber Orchestra. She has also featured extensively on British radio.

Born in Liverpool, she studied initially with Heather Slade-Lipkin (Chethams School of Music) gaining an LTCL performing diploma at the age of sixteen, as well as an LGSM performing diploma, which she passed with honours. She then studied at Nottingham University gaining a BA Honours degree in Music with first class honours in performance. Julia continued as an RCM Exhibitioner on the Advanced Studies Course at the Royal College of Music under John Barstow, forming a piano trio and winning the Percy and Dorothy Coates Piano Trio prize in her first term. She received coaching from the Chilingirian Quartet and the Britten Quartet, and graduated with an ARCM diploma in piano performance.

Julia Hartmann became a Steinway Artist in April 2011.

Steinway Artist Julia Hartmann's London recital venues, both in a piano duo and as a soloist, include St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Steinway Hall and the Crush Room of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Further UK venues have included Snape Maltings, the Djanogly Recital Hall, Nottingham, the Usher Gallery, Lincoln, Croxteth Hall, Liverpool and the Colour House Theatre, Wimbledon. She has also given lecture recitals for Saga Classical Music Holidays and has performed widely as a classical artist on P&O and Fred Olsen cruise ships. Concerto performances have included Messiaen's 'Couleurs de la Cité Céleste' with the RCM Twentieth Century Ensemble and concertos by Liszt and Beethoven with the Nottingham Philharmonia and Chamber Orchestra.

Born in Liverpool, she studied initially with Heather Slade-Lipkin gaining an LTCL performing diploma at the age of sixteen, as well as an LGSM performing diploma, which she passed with honours. She then studied at Nottingham University gaining a BA Honours degree in Music with first class honours in performance. Julia continued as an Exhibitioner at the Royal College of Music under John Barstow, forming a piano trio and winning the Percy and Dorothy Coates Piano Trio prize. She graduated with an ARCM diploma in piano performance.