The Nemon Studio and Archive will be open for guided visits on Saturday 16 September between 3-5pm. Alice, Oscar Nemon’s daughter-in-law will be guiding visits and offering teas which can be taken in the garden. Friendly dogs on leads and well-behaved children are very welcome. Please email if you require disabled access. Parking is available on site.
Pianist Emma Holloway will be hosting our first Music and Sculpture event on Friday 29 September between 10.30 and 12.00. Complementary teas and coffees will be served throughout the morning, which will be an opportunity to enjoy the Nemon Studio and Archive in your own time. Emma will be playing a selection of pieces by Ludovico Einaudi between 11 and 11.30 in the Archive where seating will be available. Friendly dogs on leads and well-behaved children are welcome as previously, though they may prefer to play in the garden when Emma is playing. Parking is available on site.
Emma grew up in Oxfordshire where she studied piano and theory with Kathleen Suter. She studied Music at Oxford Brookes and in addition to teaching piano at St. Hugh’s, Emma performs regularly at weddings and events.
Listen to Emma play Divenire: