Schubert – Arpeggione sonata
Walton – Two pieces for violin and piano

  1. Canzonetta
  2. Scherzetto

Vladiguerov – Song from “Bulgarian Suite”
Castelnuovo – Tedesco
Concert transcription of  ‘Largo al factotum’ from Rossini’s opera The Barber of Seville


Krassimira Jeliazkova – Jones Violin
Elizabeth Mucha Piano

Violinist Krassimira Jeliazkova-Jones received her MA in Music Performance in the National Music Academy in her native Sofia, Bulgaria. She then continued honing her skills with renowned violin professors such as Franco Gulli, Igor Bezrodni and K. Aroutounian in Brussels, Belgium and Moscow, Russia. She became a highly versatile musician, being involved in a wide range of activities, from orchestra membership, to leadership of a number of chamber orchestras, co-leadership of the world renowned Moscow Academic State Orchestra and extensive solo performances. Her professional career took her to a number of countries, such as Russia, France, Belgium, Turkey, Poland, Japan, Egypt, Spain, among others. She moved to the UK in September 2015 and has since been involved in a number of solo, chamber music and orchestra performances in London and Cambridge. She lives and teaches in Essex.

The wide and varied career of Scottish-Polish pianist Elizabeth Mucha has taken her throughout Europe, the Americas, and the Far East as a critically acclaimed song accompanist, chamber music player and solo pianist. She has broadcast for the BBC in Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as other classical music stations in Holland, Brazil, Canada, and the Philippines. She has appeared at music festivals in Brazil, Slovenia and Poland and most recently, in Hull as part of the City of Culture celebrations. For the British Council, she toured the Philippines with soprano Miranda Keys and flautist Kirsten Spratt with whom she released five CDs. She has devised several programmes: scripts for the Verdi celebration concerts in 2001 for Singapore Lyric Opera; Music Travels (solo programme) and Art Sung, a series of multimedia song recitals.