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Alicia Chaffey

Saturday, 19th October 2013


Cosy Hall


J. S. Bach 

Partita No. 1 in B-flat major BMV 825  

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonata in c# minor Op.27 No. 2 'Moonlight'

Franz Liszt

Sonata 104 del Petrarca S. 161 from Annees de pelerinage

Fryderyck Chopin

Ballade No. 3 in Ab Op. 47 

Johannes Brahms

Rhapsody No. 1 in b minor Op. 79 

Maurice Ravel

Jeau d'eau 

Sergey Prokofiev

Sonata No. 2 in d minor Op. 14 


Alicia Chaffey
Alicia gained a place at the Royal College of Music Junior Department to study piano and violin after auditioning at the age of nine. Since then she has won several awards and competition prizes including the Robert Lewin Scholarship (AYM), first prize in the Hatfield and District Music Festival Romantic Piano Class and second prizes in the Peter Lambourne Youth Bursary competition and the Purley and Couldson Music Festival Piano Concerto Class. Whilst studying a Bachelor of Music Degree at Royal Holloway University of London, she was twice winner of the annual Concerto Competition held by the Music Department. Having recently graduated from Royal Holloway, she was awarded the Dame Felicity Lott Bursary, a competitive-based award given to promising young musicians pursuing a career in performance.
Alicia has given solo piano recitals at Southwark Cathedral, the Purcell Room, the Amaryllis Flemming Concerto Hall at the RCM, and St. John Smith’s Square. Most recent performances include several concerto engagements with the Royal Holloway University of London Philharmonic Orchestra – the Warsaw Concerto by Richard Addinsell and two performances of Grieg’s Piano Concerto that took place at Royal Holloway and at St. John Smith’s Square, marking Alicia’s London concerto debut. She is also a keen violinist and holds an ABRSM Diploma in Violin Performance and is a member of Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra, conducted by Peter Stark. At the current time, she is giving a number of recitals around the UK this autumn in preparation for her auditions to study a Masters in Piano Performance at one of the four London conservatoires.