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Kathryn Stott
Concert pianist, devoted mum, avid traveller, general adventurer and I love my dog Archie! Artistic Director of Australian Festival of Chamber Music.
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Michael Berkeley 2h
We will be pushing on this today in the Lords
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Emma Kennedy 6h
I see one man in Somerset who has tested positive for COVID has forced the shut down of a pub, a restaurant and vape bar. Now tell me why we’re not wearing masks every time we go out again?
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Kathryn Stott 21h
Looking forward to recording some beautiful songs with the amazing for Sadly the festival was cancelled this year but happily we can still participate. See the latest news from Artistic Director here:
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Royal Exchange Theatre 23h
Huge thanks to for the welcome news that we are a recipient of their Emergency Response Fund. This will support our financial viability through the summer to the end of September.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 7
Great to hear that will be repeating some concerts from every day 3-9 August.
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Rachel Clarke Jul 6
"We discovered too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures in the way they could have." This attempt by to blame care homes for 20k residents' deaths is disgraceful. Staff wore *bin bags*. No PPE. No testing. Abject govt failure.
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Boris Giltburg Jul 6
Tonight I'm on TV! 😀 In the first episode of a new documentary on Beethoven's life on . Talking about his conquest of Vienna, first as a virtuoso, then as a composer, and also playing some of the early sonatas.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Replying to @MarcAndreHam
Speechless!! 🤣
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Replying to @TooheyMatthew
Are you wearing binoculars?! Yes Matthew, they are new and a request from the festival which I’m very happy to oblige.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Wasn’t able to join someone this June series because I live in Manchester and the travel/stay implications of lockdown. However I’ll be there twice next year 😊
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Hoping to perform these lovely Impromptus in September as part of the Loviisa festival in Finland early September.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Worth having a listen to and on the Today programme around 2hrs 11’ in you’ll hear an interview with . Doesn’t sound encouraging for freelancers or venues hoping to open any time soon.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
R.I.P. Ennio Morricone
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Kathryn Stott Jul 6
Sam Mendes launches fund for theatre workers hit by Covid-19 crisis
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Kathryn Stott Jul 5
Thank you! It has been a nail biting time but we are ready to step back onto those stages as soon as possible. Huge thanks to all those lobbying behind the scenes 👏
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Oliver Dowden Jul 5
Full details of our arts announcement in here 👇
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Tasmin Little OBE Jul 5
That is definitely very welcome news! Great! But, sadly, unless there is some support for the self-employed performers as well as the venues, there won’t be any content to put inside the venues... 40% of musicians have had no income, no furlough & no government support.
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Kathryn Stott Jul 5
Since the FT has broken the embargo, hear it is. Bailout for the arts is £880m in extra grants for this year, £270m in loans, another £200m-odd for buildings and other things and money for Scots, Welsh and arts as well. £1.57 billion in all. Relieved!
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Kathryn Stott Jul 5
Replying to @RichmoMusic
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Charlotte Higgins Jul 5
Well it's supposedly embargoed till 1030pm but it's out there, so...
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