Stapleford Granary

Event description

Sunday 17 May | 19.30 | £15 / £8 (under 16)

Free to participants on the Cambridge Chamber Academy Course 


A Sunday Evening concert to launch the Cambridge Chamber Academy  


Mendelssohn, Piano trio in d minor

Barbara Dziewiecka-Data – violin

Graham Walker – cello

Marie-Noelle Kendall – piano


Mozart, violin sonata in e minor, K. 304

Barbara Dziewiecka-Data – violin

Marie-Noelle Kendall – piano


Selected student performances


Patrick Hemmerlé – Piano

Barbara Dziewiecka-Data– Violin 

Graham Walker - Cello


Patrick Hemmerlé

Acclaimed for the originality of his concert programmes and the depth of his interpretations, Patrick Hemmerlé is a French pianist living in England. He can often be heard performing such works as the 24 Chopin Etudes, the 48 Bach Prelude and Fugues, or  lesser-known composers such as Roger-Ducasse, whose public recognition is not equal to their genius as composer. 

Barbara Dziewięcka

Born in Poland  Barbara Dziewięcka is a violinist. and chamber musician based in London .Her solo and chamber performances have taken her to various music festivals and renowned venues, including:  St. Martins in The Fields, St. James’Piccadilly, St. John’s Smith Square, Royal Albert Hall-Elgar Room,  Cambridge Summer Music Festival, Stuttgart Music Academy in Germany, Iagiellonian University Hall, Music in Old Cracow International Festival in Poland, Gabala Music Festival in Azerbaijan and many more.

Graham Walker is an award-winning cellist and conductor who recently gave his debuts on BBC Radio 3 and at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. He studied mathematics as a Choral Scholar at St John’s College, Cambridge, and was subsequently awarded a scholarship and bursary to study cello as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music in London.