LEVI ANDREASSEN and NATHAN PERRY double basses
ARCHIE BONHAM piano
A programme of music by composers from seven different countries given by two outstanding young double bass players and pianist Archie Bonham
Lowell LIEBERMANN Sonata for contrabass and piano, Op.24
Edvard GRIEG Lyric piece for solo piano
Gareth WOOD A movement from Duo for two double basses
Andrés MARTÍN Two tangos for two double basses
Robert SCHUMANN Romance in F# Op.28 No.2, for solo piano
Vilmos MONTAG Sonata in E minor, for double bass and piano
Franz SCHUBERT Adagio from the Octet, transcribed for two double basses and piano
American bassist, Levi Andreassen, prize-winner in the recent International Society of Bassists’ Competition, held at the University of Michigan, recently graduated from the Yehudi Menuhin School, where he studied with Caroline Emery, and is now continuing his studies at the Royal College of Music as a Neville Wathen Scholar.
Born in London, Nathan Perry, also a prize-winner in the recent ISB Competition and graduate of the Yehudi Menuhin School, is now continuing his studies with Caroline Emery at Royal College of Music, having been awarded an ABRSM Scholarship.
Archie Bonham is an Artist Diploma piano student at the Royal College of Music where he studies with Simon Lepper. Archie is supported by the Needley Family Scholarship. He grew up and went to school in Wells-Next-The-Sea.