Doors open at 6.30pm
A recital for piano and cello with Ann Sloboda and Richard Bolton
The programme will comprise:
Sonata For Violoncello and Piano Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Nocturne in E major, Op. 62, No. 2 Frederick Chopin (1810-1849)
Sonata in G minor op 19 for cello and piano (1st movement) Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
These are three masterpieces by composers undergoing crises in their lives. The first two pieces were composed late in the composers’ lives at a time when they were very ill. The third is by a younger composer who was emerging from a psychological breakdown.
Recent psychoanalytic writing (Grier, 2019 and Kennedy, 2020) has highlighted how the culture of contemporary psychoanalysis is giving far more attention to the value of the non-verbal and musical aspects in psychoanalytic communication. They highlight three influential theories that have steered psychoanalytic thinking into a musical dimension: Bion’s notion of reverie (1962), Winnicott’s idea of transitional space (1953), and Stern’s concept of affect attunement (1985), which emphasise the importance of non-verbal phenomena and relational responses.
Following the recital, there will be the opportunity for those attending to discuss their responses and experiences - and a glass of wine.
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Camberwell Church Street
London, London SE5 8RB
|Standard In Person||£ 25.00|
|Concession In Person||£ 15.00|