BRITISH HARPSICHORD SOCIETY RECITAL
‘Bach in England’
Apolline Khou presents music from the English Renaissance and Baroque as well as two suites and a toccata by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Apolline Khou is a French harpsichordist and pianist currently studying with Terence Charlston and Kathron Sturrock at the Royal College of Music of London as a ‘Big Give Scholar’. As a recitalist, soloist with orchestra, chamber musician and continuo player, Apolline has performed at prestigious venues including the Musée des Archives Nationales in Paris, the Château de Maintenon, the London Early Music Festival and the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall. She is part of the baroque ensemble «Apollo’s Cabinet» invited to play in international festivals. Interested in all the arts, she wrote and performed a musical tale which she premiered with her students at the musical library of the Philharmonie de Paris. Involved in music education, she has been a piano teacher in several French conservatories. She graduated at the conservatory of Poitiers in piano, cello and writing studies and at the conservatory of Gennevilliers in harpsichord, classical chamber music and tango where she studied with renowned artists such as Jean-Christophe Dijoux and Juan Jose Mosalini. In 2017 she won the Debussy prize at the International piano competition of Ile-de-France.She is supported by the Safran Foundation.
Handel & Hendrix in London, 25 Brook Street, London W1K 4HB
Tickets: £15, Information: http://handelhendrix.org/ Tel: 0207 399 1953