Lunchtime performance by Hannah Innes (cello). Admission is free but a retiring collection will be taken to help defray costs.
Cello Suite no. 3 in C major BWV 1009 - J.S. Bach
'Arpeggione' Sonata D. 821 - Schubert
Hannah Rose Innes was born in Winchester, and started playing the cello at the age of five. She began studying with Robert Cohen in 2008, before joining the Purcell School in September of that year. During her time at the Purcell School, Hannah performed Tchaikovskyâ€™s Rococo Variations with the school symphony orchestra and gave a solo recital at St Martin in the Fields, as well as several chamber music recitals at the Wigmore Hall. In 2009 she gave a performance of the Elgar Cello Concerto with the Aylesbury Symphony Orchestra, and a year later performed the Dvorak Cello Concerto with the Watford Symphony Orchestra. In 2010 Hannah was awarded the Rose Roitman award of a full scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Robert Cohen, where she was awarded a number of prizes, including the Harry Isaacs Piano Trio Prize, Douglas Cameron and the Montefiore prize, as well as playing in regular concerts with the Symphony and Concert orchestras. In 2013, Hannah was awarded the Waddell Memorial Prize in Edinburgh. She is a founding member of the award winning Delmege quartet, who have performed at venues across the UK, as well as in Norway, France, and at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival. Since graduating from the RAM in 2014, Hannah has played regularly with Sinfonia Cymru, and has recently performed Tchaikovskyâ€™s Rococo Variations with the Winchester Symphony Orchestra.
In September this year, Hannah is looking forward to becoming a member of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Having begun her musical life in Hampshire, playing with the Hampshire County Youth Orchestra and performing regularly in and around Winchester as a soloist and chamber musician, it is a great joy for Hannah to return to her home town to perform in Winchester Cathedral.
Philip DimitrovskiÂ was born in Eastbourne in 1992 to Macedonian parents, Philip Dimitrovski began his first piano lessons at the age of 7. He received a scholarship to study at the Purcell School of Music in 2005 under the guidance of Tatiana Sarkissova. In 2006 he received 1st Prize in Hickies, Reading
Symphony Orchestra Young Musician of the year. As a result, he was invited to perform Mendelsohnâ€™s â€˜Capriccio Brillanteâ€™ with the RSO later that year. Between 2007-08, he was involved in the Purcell composersâ€™ concert in the Wigmore Hall, as part of a collaboration with the NASH ensemble and took part in a Scarlatti Piano Marathon at the RNCM. As a soloist, Philip has performed at prestigious venues across London and the UK, including recitals at the Wigmore Hall and St Martin in the Fields. Philipâ€™s foundation in music outreach and teaching work began with IMPULSE (Diana award recipient), and has since become a core part of his musical career. In 2011, he accepted a place at the Royal Academy of Music, where he studied with Carole Presland. Over the years, he has performed in masterclasses with acclaimed professors such as Dmitri Aleexev, Martino Tirimo, Christopher Elton, Pascal Nemirovski and
William Fong. As a passionate chamber musician, Philip works regularly with Cellist Hannah Innes, exploring a wide range of duo repertoire with coaching from Robert Cohen and Michael Dussek. Through the Open Academy, Philip has continued his work with music in the community, leading various projects in schools and working with dementia patients through â€˜Raise Your Voiceâ€™ at Glyndebourne Opera. Since graduating from the Academy in 2015, Philip has worked extensively with Berkshire Maestros as a piano teacher and orchestral pianist with the Berkshire Youth Symphony Orchestra. As a celebration of music in Berkshire, he
collaborated with BYSO on Bernsteinâ€™s West side story performing in the Royal Albert Hall before touring China, including the Beijing Concert Hall, Tianjin Grand Theatre and Shanghai Oriental Arts theatre in July 2016.