Mark Hartt-PalmerMark Hartt-Palmer studied violin with Frances Mason at the Royal College of Music.  Solo performances have included the concertos of Mendelssohn, Bruch, Sibelius, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky and Elgar. He gave the Canadian premiere of the Coleridge-Taylor concerto with the Divertimento Orchestra in Ottawa in April 2008.

Mark has given numerous recitals in the UK and Europe; performances have included rare repertoire for violin and organ as well as lesser-known sonatas by English composers including Stanford and Parry.

 

 

UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE:  SONGS OF LOVE AND NATURE

JAKE BARLOW (COUNTERTENOR), STELLA PENDROUS (PIANO), MARK Hartt-Palmer (VIOLIN)

Under the Greenwood Tree:  Songs of Love and Nature - WHR036A beautiful and mood-filled programme of modern English, French and American art songs, this recording includes song cycles from Roger Quilter, Gerald Finzi, Francis Poulenc and Michael Tippett, as well as Herbert Howells' masterpiece King David.  Also featured is the world premiere recording of White Bee, a song by the award-winning contemporary British composer Cecilia McDowall.     More >>  

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