Rebeca will perform music from her African CD “EKELE” and will discuss about African classical music. Event organised in collaboration with professor Marius Turda, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Director of the Centre for Medical Humanities
Concerto Grosso by Erollyn Wallen for piano, violin and double bass with string orchestra at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Recital with South African double bass virtuoso Leon Bosch
Programme to feature works for double bass and piano by South African composers
Chamber concert with Chineke! ensemble at Wigmore Hall, London
Programme to include: Nonet by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Septet op. 65 by Camille Saint-Saens
George Enescu - Pavane
Ayo Bankole - Variations for little Ayo, Ya Orule
Ravel - Scarbo from Gaspard de la nuit
John Ireland - Decorations
F. Chopin - Scherzo no. 4 op. 54
Clara Schumann - Toccatina op. 2 , Scherzo no. 2
Paul Constantinescu - Toccata
This concert is organised by the Romanian Embassy to Abuja to celebrate Romanian’s presidency at the European Union.
Joshua Uzoigwe - Nigerian dance no. 1
Ayo Bankole - Nigerian Suite: Forest Rains, Warrior March
Ayo Bankole - Piano Sonata no. 2 "The Passion"
Ayo Bankole - Variations for little Ayo
Fela Sowande - "K'A MURA" from Two Preludes on Yoruba Sacred Folk Melodies for organ (arranged by Rebeca Omordia)
Ayo Bankole - Ya Orule
Fred Onovwerosuoke - 24 Studies in African Rhythms (selections)
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor - Nonet
An event unique to the Ryedale Festival, the Triple Concert features three contrasting concerts in different parts of Castle Howard, each performed three times, with the audiences changing places between performances.
Live broadcast of 'Legend' by John Ireland with 'Universitaria' Symphony Orchestra at the Radio Hall in Bucharest , conductor Alexandru Ganea