Concerts on 2015


Concerts on 2015:

  • 6th March-St.Bride’s church in Fleet street in London.
  • 25th March-St.Luke’s church in Sevenoaks in Kent.
  • 7th April-Southwark cathedral in central London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Yu-Fen Lin(piano).
  • 15th May-All Saints’ church in Marlow(as part of the Wycombe arts festival.) in Buckinghamshire.
  • 9th June: From 13:05.-Wesley’s chapel in central London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Maria Milanova(piano).
  • 23rd June:From 13:30.-Chapel at the Royal Marsden hospital in South Kensington in London.
  • 27th June:from 12:00.-St.Mary’s church in Slough in Berkshire.
  • 27th July:from 13:05.-St.Martin-within-Ludgate church in London.
  • 30th July:from 13:00.-Emmanuel church in Cambridge.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Yu-Fen Lin(piano)
  • 2015- 8th September-From 15:15. Southwark cathedral in London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Gemma Kateb(piano).
  • 22nd October-From 13:05. St.Mary-le-Bow church in London.Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano)
  • 11th November:From 13:00-All Saints’ church in Herford in Hertfodshire.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Gemma Kateb(piano).
  • 18th November-From 13:30.  Chapel at the Royal Marsden hospital in London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano)

Concerts on 2016


Concerts on 2016:

  • 9th January-From 12:00. St.Mary’s church in Slough in Berkshire. Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Alessandro Viale(piano).
  • 25th February-From 12:45. St .Mary’s church in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.
  • 26th February-From 12:30. St.George’s church in Beckenham in Kent.
  • 11th March-From 12:30. Unitarian church in Brighton in east Sussex.
  • 14th March-From 12:40. Christ church in Woking in Surrey.
  • 16th March-From 13:00. Lion Walk United Reformed church in Colchester in Essex. Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano).
  • 18th March-From 13:15. St.Bride’s church in London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano).
  • 7th April:From 13:00-Emmanuel church in Cambridge.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Gemma Kateb(piano)
  • 18th May,2016-From 13:05. St.Botolph without Aldgate church in London.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Gemma Kateb(piano).
  • 26th May,2016-From 13:00. United Reformed church in Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano).
  • 1st June-From 12:30. St.Luke’s church in Sevenoaks in Kent. Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Alessandro Viale(piano)
  • 3rd June-From 13:00. St.John’s church in Waterloo in London. Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Alessandro Viale(piano)
  • 11th June-From 13:00.  St.Leonard’s church in Seaford in Kent. Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano)
  • 12th July-From 13:00.  St.Mary’s church in Watford in Hertfordshire.   Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Maria Milanova(piano).
  • 21st July,2016-From 13:00. St.George’s church in Borough in London.Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano)
  • 28th July,2016-From 12:45. Wesley Memorial church in Oxford.  Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano).
  • 10th November,2016-From 13:00.   United Reformed church in Maldon in Essex.   Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Petra Hajduchova(piano).
  • 24th November,2016-From 12:30. St.John’s church in Harrow in north London.   Fumi Otsuki(violin) and Alessandro Viale(piano).

Concert Review


The concert on 7th October,2014 at the United Reformed church in Farnham,Surrey.

The 18th annual season of Music at Farnham United Reformed church began on Tuesday 7th October with a concertgiven by Fumi Otsuki,the Japanese violinist,accompanied by Neus Guiu Retort from Spain.

Their concert opened confidently with the striking 1st movement of Mendelssohn’s sonata in F for violin and piano,a rippling movement,which provided some 15minutes of sheer joy.

Smetana’s From the Hoemland gave the audience the idea of the way the composer felt about his native Bohemia.

From the opening to the fiery ending with many changes of mood these virtuoso pieces were throughly delightful.

The 3rd item was a little more right-hearted:the Rondion on the theme of Beethoven by Kreisler,very tuneful and enjoyable.

Finally Fumi played the maginificent 1st movement from the violin solo in G-minor by J.S.Bach,an impressive piece of musical architecture if ever there was one.

(written by John Mansfield. Taken from http://www.musicatlunchtime.org.uk/ )

(This review will appear in Farnham Herald newspaper.)