Timeline

2022
September 11

Sunday 11th September, 12.30-4.30pm as part of the Jane and Tony tribute concert, Patricia Auchterlony (sop) and Adrian Bradbury (‘cello) will perform Poems of Tagore III.

Colourscape Festival, Clapham Common, London. More details here: https://www.eyemusic.org.uk/whatsonevents/ events/event12.html
April 1

Friday 1st April, 7.30pm. Performance of Monoday for solo cello. Classics on the Hill concert, part of the Telegraph Hill Festival

Venue: St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Road, London, SE14 5SG.
March 25

Inigo Mikeleiz Berrade plays

Holy Sepulchre Church, Holborn Viaduct,  London EC1A 2DQ, at 1.10pm.
March 11

Anna Caroline Boyes, soprano, and Suzy Smith, piano, ‘Poems of Tagore 1’.

Walter Hall, University of Toronto
2019
September 6

Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade, accordion, plays Shades VII for solo accordion.

St. Martin’s in the Fields, London
2018
November 29

Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade and friends give a second performance of Nareshs last complete work, his Concerto for Accordion, String Quartet and Piano, at a concert organised in aid of the Mathieson Music School, Calcutta, by its founder, Anup Kumar Biswas.

St John’s church, Notting Hill, Lansdowne Crescent, London W11 2NN
November 18

Broadcast performance of the 1992 recording of the Violin concerto. BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Martyn Brabbins, soloist Xue Wei. Plus, an interview with Naresh’s friend, composer Erika Fox.

Radio 3 tribute in ‘Hear and Now’
October 13

Tribute concert. Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade, accordion; Konstantinos Destounis and Alberto Portugheis, pianos; Orpheus Leander, violin.

St John’s church, Notting Hill, Lansdowne Crescent, London W11 2NN
August 15

Patricia Rozario, soprano and Mark Troop, piano, perform Songs of Desire I in memory of the composer.

Wilton’s Concert Hall, London
May 8

Premiere of Concerto for Accordion, String Quartet and Piano, with Iñigo Mikeleiz Berrade, accordion; Chieko Arai and Chloë Meade, violins; Maite Colás, viola; Daryl Giuliano, cello; and Marina de Lucas, piano.

Royal Academy of Music, London