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Stephen Hose performing a concert
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About Stephen Hose

Join Lauderdale House's resident pianist Stephen Hose for the fifth in our series of Lockdown Lauderdale Free Lunchtime Concerts online. 

Stephen will perform a 45 minute repertoire of classical music from the Long Gallery. 

The concert will go live at 1.15pm on Tuesday 16th March, and will be immediately available to view here via Youtube:

Our regular free lunchtime concerts used to run twice a month in the Long Gallery and offered a small oasis of calm and creativity for many people. Over the first lockdown, Stephen performed once a month for the concert crowd, and we were lucky enough to be able to offer a fourth in-person event just before the autumn.

Now, he's back, with a new programme :

  • Joseph Haydn: Sonata in No.12 in G, slow movement
  • Kenneth Leighton: Sonatina No.2, slow movement
  • Claude Debussy: Sarabande
  • De Falla: El Amor Brujo (Love the Magician’) , an Andalusian gypsy tale

Although this is a free event, we greatly welcome any donations. As a small independent charity, we receive no Council or government funding and Covid-19 has made relying solely on income from hire fees and ticket sales incredibly difficult. Anything you can give is hugely appreciated. You can donate to us online here.

 

You can listen to Stephen's previous concerts via the links here:

28 April 2020

26 May 2020

23 June 2020

Stephen Hose trained at the Royal Academy of Music where he held a Vaughan Williams scholarship, and has worked extensively as a Musical Director, conductor and pianist in London and regional theatre.  He has played at most of the London concert halls and has performed in France and Germany.  He is currently Pianist in Residence at Lauderdale House, Highgate.

Projects abroad have ranged from the English Theater of Frankfurt to The Lost Colony at the 2,000 seat outdoor theatre on Roanoke Island, USA.  TV work has included being the pianist on Channel 4 ‘s Titanic, The Mission,  accompanist for The Choir, and 5 years as Musical Associate/Director for TV productions of Christmas Glory.  He was Chorus Master for Jessye Norman’s Ellington’s Sacred Songs at the Barbican Theatre and Epidavros, Greece. 

His work as Music Director for OperaUK has included Barber of Seville, Cosi fan Tutte, La Traviata, the Merry Widow, Olé and El Amore Brujo.  For Merry Opera work includes La Traviata, The Magic Flute, Kiss Me, Figaro!, The Barber of Seville and La Belle Hélène (aka Troy Boy).  He has also conducted over 50 performances of their unique staged Messiah.