Surrey Music Academy Summer Charity Concert

Surrey Music Academy Summer Charity Concert

Please join us for the Surrey Music Academy (SMA) Summer Charity Concert - Music for a good cause! The programme will include JS Bach, Schumann, Mozart, Pachelbel, Boccherini, Gordon Jacob and more. Tickets are free, with a retiring collection. All donations go to SMA Young Musicians Bursary Scheme. Thank you for your support. SMA stands as an independent, educational partnership comprising private music teachers dedicated to providing a diverse array of services both to schools and individuals across the UK. At SMA, we hold a steadfast belief that every child deserves access to exceptional music education. We champion the transformative power of learning an instrument, recognising it as a gateway to lifelong skills, heightened confidence, enriched self-esteem, and augmented cognitive development. Our mission is to foster a musical journey that empowers and inspires students of all ages, nurturing a passion for music that resonates throughout their lives. For further information please visit


26 May 2024



Standard Price:

£Free with retiring collection

Running time:

90 minutes

Or call the box office:

01932 559400

Please note:
The Box Office is open for telephone bookings Monday to Friday 10am - 3pm (lunch 12.15 -12.45pm)

Bedrich Smetana (1824-1884)

Aus der Heimat: Andantino-Moderato

Amy Ono - violin, Tom Yang - piano

Adolf Misek (1875-1955)

Patrick Marks - double bass, Elara Wragg - piano

Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953)


Miffy Sun - piano

Giovanni Sollima (b.1962)
La Folia

Caitlin Chan - cello

Nikita Koshkin (b.1956)

Haruka Lee - guitar

Eugene Ysaye (1858-1931)
Caprice after Study in form of a Waltz Op 52 by Saint-Saens

Gaspar Kelemen - violin, Oisin Pu - piano


Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Fantasia No 9: Siciliana, Vivace, Allegro

Hana Shah - violin

Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)
Pampeana No 2

Azamat Mukhtaruly - cello, Tom Yang - piano

Ernest Block (1880-1959)

Flavia Jace - violin, Rinchen Posel - piano

Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Liebestraume No 3

Elara Wragg - piano

Pablo de Sarasate (1884-1908)
Carmen Fantasy Op 25

Ines Maro Burgos Babakhanian - violin, Oisin Pu - piano