The 2020/21 schedule continues on Saturday 17 July with our fifth live concert this year. Ticket details are at the foot of the page.
Adee Lifshitz singer
Jacob Maguire guitarist
|Queen||Crazy Little Thing Called Love|
|Laura Marling||What He Wrote|
|Aretha Franklin||(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman|
|Carole King||Will You Love Me Tomorrow?|
|Lianne La Havas||He Loves Me|
|Dodie||Would You Be So Kind|
|Nelly Furtado||I’m Like A Bird|
|Dusty Springfield||Son Of A Preacher Man|
|Corinne Bailey Rae||Put Your Records On|
|Stevie Wonder||Isn’t She Lovely|
|Bill Withers||Lean On Me|
Adee is a singer, songwriter, and arranger from Israel, now based in Manchester. She recently graduated from the RNCM and alongside performing, she enjoys working for English Folk Expo, a music charity and sector support organization.
Jacob is a Manchester-based guitarist and musician recently graduated from RNCM. He has been involved in multiple original projects such as Dalmas & Fleur Rouge.
Both Adee and Jacob are excited to be performing as part of the Didsbury Coffee Concerts, who are also delighted welcome two former students form the RNCM’s celebrated BMus course in Popular Music.
Beatriz Carvalho bassoon
Eunice Lam piano
|Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach||Sonata in D minor, for Bassoon Solo|
|Thaddäus Wolfgang von Dürniz||Sonata for Bassoon and Keyboard|
|Gioacchino Rossini||Concerto for Bassoon|
Beatriz is a from Portugal and is taking a Music Master’s in music in bassoon at the RNCM with the prestigious teachers Stefano Canuti and Andrea Zucco. Previously she completed an orchestra’s musician bachelor’s degree in ANSO (Lisbon, Portugal) with Roberto Erculiano and Vera Dias. During her studies in Portugal, she had extensive orchestral experience with the conductors Jean-Marc Burfin, Jean-Sebastien Béreau, Michael Zilm, Magnus Lindberg, Kristjan Järvi, Alberto Roque, Reinaldo Guerreiro, Pedro Neves, Evgeny Bushkov, Enrico Onofri.
Beatriz has participated in several masterclasses attended by the bassoonists David Tomás-Real, Saxton Rose, Andrea Zucco, Ricardo Ramos, Lurdes Carneiro, Vera Dias, Giorgio Versiglia.
Chamber music is also a major interest in her music life, as she has taken part in many groups. She is one of the founding members of Apolo Quintet (Lisbon), the Tempest Ensemble (Manchester), Notus Winds (Manchester) and The William Waterhouse Ensemble (Manchester).
Since arriving in Manchester, she has performed in several public performances at the RNCM, including Poulenc’s opera, Dialogues des Carmélites, conducted by Andrew Greenwood and playing Dvořák’s 9th symphony, with Douglas Boyd.
Eunice is from Hong Kongwhere she was awarded her BA (Hons) in Music with First Class Honours at the Baptist Universityunder the tutelage of Chan Sze Yau. She also studied harpsichord with Prof. David Chung. Her outstanding musical accomplishment the CIE Best Student of Music Studies Scholarship in 2016. Eunice has appeared as soloist and collaborative pianist in a wide range of venues, including Salzburg where performed as part of the Mozarteum International Summer Academy Festival. She is has also won major prizes in the Amigdala International Music Competition and the Hong Kong-Asia Piano Open Competition and has taken part in masterclasses with such renowned pianists as Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Frank Wibaut, Peter Lang, Li Ming Qiang, Eleanor Wong and Mary Wu
Booking is now closed.