Part of our Sounds of Nature programme
Hailed as “remarkable” by the Telegraph, British trumpeter Matilda Lloyd presents a varied programme featuring many of her favourite works.
Alongside original works for trumpet and piano, including Enesco’s atmospheric Legende and Glazunov’s romantic Albumblatt, the programme also features arrangements of works for oboe, piano and voice. Highlights include Marcello’s sparkling Concerto in D minor and and Deborah Pritchard’s Seven Halts on the Somme, a work composed in 2014 to commemorate the First World War.
Keeping you safe
We’re still doing everything we can to keep all our audiences and staff safe at The Stoller Hall.
We’re encouraging mask wearing when moving around the venue and when inside the concert hall, and if you would prefer to social distance when watching the performance, whenever possible we have areas reserved in the hall where there is extra spacing between seats. Please let a member of our team know on arrival, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org in advance. For our audiences who would like that extra bit of reassurance, our hand sanitising stations, enhanced cleaning measures and modern air handling system helps to minimise any risk from your visit.