Accordionist Ben de Souza and Violinist Chloë Meade forthcoming concert dates in aid of charities; all proceeds to be split between Daisy’s Dream, a Reading-based charity supporting grieving children, and CALM, a national charity tackling male suicide.
RAM graduate Ben manages to continue his studies and concert career. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Music last year, accordionist Ben de Souza is studying choral conducting at Cambridge this year. He is managing to continue playing concerts and study his conducting simultaneously which is both impressive and very welcome to all those who want to see the accordion played across many musical genres.
Ben de Souza Concert Dates Spring/Summer 2018. It’s a busy few months ahead for RAM student Ben de Souza, now in his fourth undergraduate year! What a wonderfully varied set of concerts he has coming up.
Royal Academy of Music – Accordion Dept. Chamber Music Concert 15th February 2018 – Don’t miss the wonderful playing of the accordion students of the Royal Academy of Music, London playing a selection of chamber music works. Thursday, 15.02.2018 19:30, David Josefowitz Recital Hall
Royal Academy of Music Accordion Department with chamber orchestra and symphony orchestra – See Owen Murray’s accordion department take on important chamber and symphonic works. See Ben de Souza, Inigo Mikeleiz-Barrade, Junchi Deng and Qianyu (Samantha) Zhang in orchestral action on these 2018 dates.
Ben de Souza – Autumn Concerts 2017. Great to see Royal Academy Student, Ben de Souza is managing to fit in some concerts around his studies. Catch him at a venue near you this autumn. Chethams, Manchester, Royal academy of Music, Brunel University and South Hill Park Arts Centre Bracknell
Royal Academy of Music student Ben de Souza presents a concert of original and transcription works for the accordion, including composers such as Bach, Scarlatti, Trojan, Zolotaryov and Angelis. He will be joined in the second half by soprano Elly Broomfield, a fellow Royal Academy of Music student, for an exciting programme of music by Handel, Gounod, Haydn, Purcell and Piazzolla.