Concert Dinner

Concert Dinner – October

Friday, October 8, 2021

Emma Halnan (Flute) – Manon Fischer-Dieskau (Piano)

– Andrew Beale, Managing Director

Emma Halnan studied at the Royal Academy of Music with William Bennett and Kate Hill, and first came to prominence as the woodwind category winner of BBC Young Musician 2010.

Manon Fischer-Dieskau is the granddaughter of the great German Baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in June 2013 and was named the Hodgson Junior Fellow at the Academy for the year 2013/14.



Schubert Arpeggione Sonata (c.20mins)
Debussy Syrinx (3mins) - flute solo
Mouquet La flûte de Pan (c.15mins)
Schubert Andante Sostenuto from Sonata no.21 in Bb major, D. 960 (9mins) - piano solo
James Francis Brown Sonata for flute and piano (18mins) - written for Emma, 2019


  • Served with artisan bread and unsalted butter

  • Roasted heritage beetroot
    Spiced hummus, crispy prosciutto, basil oil, toasted pine nuts

  • Sea bass
    Roasted butternut squash, parsley butter, crushed potatoes

  • Apple and blackberry crumble
    Balsamic ice cream

  • Café du Monde coffee or Eilles loose leaf teas, homemade petits fours
    Homemade petits fours

£73.00 per person - table wines extra.
(payable at time of booking)

Includes: Sparkling wine and canapés served in the Mary Beale Restaurant, three course dinner, coffee/tea & petits fours and concert.

Please advise any special dietary requests at time of booking.

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the lifting of all Covid restrictions we will revert to our normal concert evening timings of:

7.00pm - Sparkling wine and canapés served in the John Evelyn room

7.30pm - Dinner (first two courses) in the Mary Beale Restaurant

8.45pm - Concert (first half) in Lancaster room

9.30pm - Dessert, coffee and petits fours in the Mary Beale Restaurant

10.15pm - Concert (second half) in Lancaster room

10.50pm - Tea and coffee with the artists in the front lounge


Dress Code: Lounge Suit.

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