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Terence Charlston

8 September 2021
12:00 - 13:00

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Terence Charlston
Terence Charlston – harpsichord and clavichord

‘More human, more delight: keyboard virtuosi of the early and high Baroque’

Music by Domenico Scarlatti and Girolamo Frescobaldi on the Iberian clavichord and Zenti harpsichord. This intriguing juxtaposition of two towering figures from opposite ends of the Baroque period explores the expressive extremes of two, highly contrasted but historically appropriate instruments from the collection.

Terence Charlston is an internationally recognised specialist performer on early keyboard instruments and widely acknowledged for his engaging virtuosity and expressive communication. He has been described as one of Britain’s leading early keyboard players and his sympathetic command of original instruments has made him a frequent performer at collections of early keyboard instruments all over the world. Over the last 30 years, he has built an enviably broad career as a solo performer and chamber musician, choral and orchestral director, teacher and academic researcher. He is Professor of Harpsichord at the RCM and Chair of Historical Keyboard Instruments.


8 September 2021
12:00 - 13:00
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Lunchtime recitals

Last approximately one hour.

Evening concerts

Last approximately two hours with one interval
during which juice and wine are served.


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