matthiesen

  • Revolutionary Russian Cello Music

    SAVE THE DATE!On Friday the 2nd of February at 19:00 join us at the Matthiesen Gallery for a concert by Liubov Ulybysheva and James Kreiling, celebrating the CD launch featuring music by Gnessin Katchaturian, Tcherepnin and Rachmaninov’s Sonata Op. 19. For tickets go to: https//buytickets.at/multiphonicarts/1112093

  • Festive lunchtime concert London Obbligato Collective

    On Thursday the 21st of December at 13:00 join London Obbligato Collective for a festive lunchtime concert at the National Gallery, and learn about period instruments and how they differ from their modern counterparts.   The ensemble will be playing Harpsichord Trios by Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782) and Carl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787), both of whom had…

  • The Mithras Trio

    On Wednesday 13th of December the Mithras Trio will be performing a recital, not at the Matthiesen Gallery as planned, but at Bob Boas’s recital room, 22 Mansfield Street W1G 9NR. Programme: Frank Bridge Phantasie for Piano Trio, Helen Grime Three Whistler Miniatures and Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor op 50. BBC Radio 3…

  • Bosques de Los Niños in Costa Rica

    After the great success of this project in Peru, in collaboration with A.N.I.A. (Asociación para la Niñez y su Ambiente – The Association for children and their environment), we are now about to begin a new adventure bringing the same project to Costa Rica, the very first Country to officially include Mother Nature teachings within its…

  • Polina Osetinskaya at the National Gallery

    On the 1st of November the Matthiesen Foundation, together with the National Gallery London, organised and co-sponsored a lunchtime concert of the internationally acclaimed pianist Polina Osetinskaya. Polina began playing the piano at the age of five. She performed on stage for the first time at the age of six. In 1982, she entered the…

  • Annual Activities Report 2022- 2023

    After several years of disappointment with the harpsichord which had been commissioned in 2019, it was totally rebuilt by Michael Parfet, conservator of ancient instruments at the Royal Academy of Music, and the inaugural concert took place at the National Gallery before a large audience on the 6th of October 2022. The soloist was the…