Leeds concert season

Imma Setiadi & Nigel Clayton

Wed 6 Mar 2024, 1.05pm

The Venue, Leeds ConservatoireVenue Name


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Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 23/24:

Imma Setiadi – piano
Nigel Clayton – piano

Four-Hand Winners
A piano duet concert of music by composers celebrating anniversaries in 2024

Gustav Holst/Day and Lasker
  The Planets; Mars
Philip Wilby Diptych (2021):
                                  i Shir Hama’alot (Sow in Tears, Reap in Joy)
                                  ii Psalmus
Gabriel Fauré/Imma Setiadi Requiem Op. 48: In Paradisum
Antonín Dvořák From the Bohemian Forest Op. 68
                                      iv On the Watch
                                      v Silent Woods
                                      vi From Troubled Times
Gabriel Fauré Dolly Suite, Op. 56
                                  i Berceuse
                                  vi Le pas espagnol
Gustav Holst/Day and Lasker The Planets; Jupiter

Approximately 50 minutes without interval

For Nigel Clayton and Imma Setiadi, bringing Classical Music to a wider audience in an engaging way has always been at the heart of their work together. Recently they have been engaged in a number of cross-arts projects, one of the most significant ones has been Debussy La Mer working with visual art and dancers at the Turner Contemporary Gallery and for Trinity Laban Arts Festival and the Deal Festival. Together they have performed recitals at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, St John’s Smith Square in London, various music clubs and festivals across the UK, as well as in collaboration with a choir (Joyful Company of Singers), and various charities such as ‘Everyone Matters’, ‘the Hunger Project’ and ‘Aid to the Church in Need’.

Their next projects will include a programme of music based on the Oscar Wilde’s Happy Prince and recital at the  Cowdray Hall in Scotland. Both share a love of teaching and have designed several courses/workshops in piano duet, chamber music, solo piano and Art of Teaching for aspiring musicians.



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Wed 6 Mar 1:05pm - 1:55pm
Accessible toilets Gender-neutral toilets Limited disabled on-street parking near venue entrance Lift access within the building

Free admission, no booking required.

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