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Twenty Two Nocturnes

Rose McLachlan

London Piano Festival

Sat 5 Oct
Classical

Twenty Two Nocturnes

Rose McLachlan

London Piano Festival

Agnieszka Lasko Nocturne Autumn
Nitzan Vardi Nocturne As They Come And Go
Alanna Crouch Nocturne
Dianna Neufeld Nocturne For a Winter’s Night
Marlowe Carruth Nocturne Pregando
Wendy Edwards Beardall-Norton Nocturne for Lora
Jennifer Bowman Nocturne
Heather Hammond Nocturne Thinking of Frederic
Caroline Tyler Nocturne
June Armstrong Nocturne Sweet Sorrow
Helen Walker Nocturne Like the Night
Victoria Proudler Nocturne Triste
Lucy Hackett Nocturne The Moth
Caroline Wright Nocturne Reflections
Stephenie Leung Nocturne La ballerine solitaire
Katie Jenkins Nocturne Cerddorieth i Bronwyn
Charlotte Butler Nocturne Moonlight on the Waves
Charlotte Botterill Nocturne Waves Collide with the Precipice...
Nicole DiPaolo Nocturne
Olga Berman Nocturne Elegy
Nancy Litten Nocturne Fred and Bertie’s Nighttime Stroll
Zoe Rahman Nocturne
Rose McLachlan piano

’22 pieces inspired by Chopin’s 22 Nocturnes’, published by EVC Music in 2023, is a creative project supporting the idea by the young prize-winning pianist and Guildhall School of Music & Drama student Rose McLachlan.


The anthology is a result of the #CallToWomenComposers worldwide search for talented but not-yet-published women composers. The applications for new piano works inspired by Chopin’s Nocturnes were open to women composers aged 14+. EVC received over eighty piano scores in a variety of styles ranging from Experimental to Romantic.

The selection committee were presented with ‘nameless’ scores, and sixteen were chosen in addition to six commissions by established composers. Each composer in this collection speaks in her own authentic voice. Her music stirs emotions and reveals her cultural influences. Almost every Chopin piano work has a dedication to a woman, and this anthology of piano pieces written by women composers will complete the circle.

Listeners can look forward to discovering a diverse range of accessible new piano music through the insightful performances of Rose McLachlan. Acclaimed for her sensitive, committed playing, Rose is an ideal advocate for this exciting new project.

Agnieszka Lasko Nocturne Autumn
Nitzan Vardi Nocturne: As They Come And Go
Alanna Crouch Nocturne
Dianna Neufeld Nocturne For a Winter’s Night
Marlowe Carruth Nocturne: Pregando
Wendy Edwards Beardall-Norton Nocturne for Lora
Jennifer Bowman Nocturne
Heather Hammond Nocturne: Thinking of Frederic
Caroline Tyler Nocturne
June Armstrong Nocturne: Sweet Sorrow
Helen Walker Nocturne: Like the Night
Victoria Proudler Nocturne: Triste
Lucy Hackett Nocturne: The Moth
Caroline Wright Nocturne: Reflections
Stephenie Leung Nocturne: La ballerine solitaire
Katie Jenkins Nocturne: Cerddorieth i Bronwyn
Charlotte Butler Nocturne: Moonlight on the Waves
Charlotte Botterill Nocturne: Waves Collide with the Precipice…
Nicole DiPaolo Nocturne
Olga Berman Nocturne: Elegy
Nancy Litten Nocturne: Fred and Bertie’s Nighttime Stroll
Zoe Rahman Nocturne

The performance will last approximately 1 hour, without an interval. 

Date:Sat 5 Oct
Start time:3pm (Doors: 2.30pm)
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£8.50-£18.00
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