I have performed chamber music and solo piano works at various venues in the UK, France and the US. Highlights of previous performances include:
janet obi performances

  • Outside-In recital, Clore Studio, Royal Opera House – premiere performance of a contemporary piano piece by Owen Clark, featuring principal dancers of the Royal Ballet
  • Concerts at Taplow Court Music Festival
  • Lunchtime recitals at Christ Church, Woking in Surrey – performed chamber music for cello and piano
  • Lunchtime concerts at the City Literary Institute
  • Lunchtime recital at St. James Piccadilly – played sonatas for cello and piano by Bach and Brahms
  • Contemporary Chamber Music Recital, near Bath – premiere performance of works by Hywel Davies for violin and piano, also performed works by Debussy, Lutoslawski and Cage, and a solo piano piece by Rosemary Duxberry
  • Recitals for UNICEF in Haslemere and London – performed chamber works for cello and piano by Bach, Chopin and Schumann; UNHCR Charity Concert in London – performed cello & piano and duet piano pieces by French composers including Faure and Debussy
  • Oxshott and Chobham Music Society concert in Surrey – performed pieces for cello and piano by Bach, Chopin, Bridge, Debussy and Popper
  • BBC Live Radio Broadcast – premiere performance of a piece for violin and piano by Nigel Osborne
  • The Rare, The New, The Wonderful at LSO St Luke’s, July 2013.
  • Janet Obi-Keller and David Wordsworth formed their duo in 2005 working together until 2013, exploring the much loved piano duet/two piano repertoire of Mozart, Schubert, Debussy, Ravel and Rachmaninov. They performed rarely heard works by Lennox Berkeley, John Ireland, E J Moeran, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett and Richard Arnell. Their performances have highlighted the work of a number of living composers, including Henri Dutilleux, Lionel Sainsbury and Hilary Tann.
    • 2011 US debut at Columbia University (New York) and Union College (New York State). The Concordiensis of Union College described the Piano duo as “strong and very enjoyable”.
    • 2012 recital as part of ‘John Ireland in Chelsea’; a festival organised to celebrate the music of the British composer. The British Music Society noted that “all the performances had great sincerity, involvement and admirable ensemble by the duettists”.

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