Kath Sugden from Speranza returns for a lunchtime recital at the New Room.
Lunchtime recitals are free with a retiring collection.
Speranza was founded in Moscow in 2007. It developed from the work of the Christian charity Crescendo and was designed as a flexible chamber group performing in a wide variety of venues. It has since relocated to the UK and has performed a wide range of concerts featuring flute, cello, piano and other instruments.
Kath Sugden BMus, PGCE, LTCL studied music at Cardiff University. Having taught for a number of years, she moved to Russia and set up Crescendo, working mostly with conservatoire students across Russia. There she studied with Valentina Daktyrova at the Gnesin Academy. She has performed in venues across Europe and is particularly interested in music from the 20th Century.