Introduction Events


2019-2020 and 2020-21 CONCERT SEASONS

Concerts are normally held at the West Building, Ramsey Grammar School, on Mondays, at 7.30pm but dates and locations are subject to change so please check this web-site before the concert.

To learn more about the artists listed below, just click their web-site address.  



20th  April - Huw Wiggin, saxophone, and John Lenehan, piano


14 September - Carolina Blascovic, violin, and Sten Heinoja,  Piano Accompanist. Carolina has performed as soloist at international prestigious venues such as the Carnegie Hall. Sten is currently acquiring his master’s degree in the Royal College of Music in London.

19 October Adam Heron, Piano.  Adam has established himself as one of today’s leading young pianists after his London performance at the Wigmore Hall.  He was a finalist in the BBC Young Musician 2018 and has been invited for numerous live performances on Radio 3.

23 November - Marie-Stephanie Janecek Juma, ‘cello and Olga Eggert, piano. Highlights of Marie-Stephanie’s career include an appearance at the Zankel Hall in the Carnegie Hall in New York and a  Recital in Berlin with the pianist Julien Quentin.

Olga is a frequent performer for the Society both as soloist and accompanist.

11 January, 2021  Michael Liu, flute, and Simon Callaghan, Piano.  Michael has recently performed at the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Opera House, Queen Elizabeth Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Cadogan Hall, and St John’s Smith Square.  

Steinway Artist Simon  performs internationally as a soloist and chamber musician. His recent tours have taken him to Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Canada and throughout Europe.

23 February   Fiona Harrison, guitar.   Fiona has given numerous solo recitals throughout the country, performed Rodrigo’s masterpiece, “Concierto d’Aranjuez” in the UK and Spain, and been featured on live BBC radio.

22nd March  Colin Stone. Winner of the 1986 Royal Overseas League Piano competition, Colin combines his busy career as a pianist with his work as a professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music and Royal Northern College of Music.