David Silkoff studied the piano with Lina Collins and won a Junior Exhibition to the Guildhall School of Music where he studied with Ieuan Roberts. He later became a full time student at the Royal College of Music where he studied under Kendal Taylor and Cyril Smith; during this time he won a Martin Scholarship for further Study. David also studied for two years at the Royal Academy of Music where he won the Lloyd Hartley Prize.
In 1975 he gave a very successful Wigmore Hall debut which was highly praised in the ‘Review of London Recitals’ mentioning his glowing technique as well as his sensitive playing. David Silkoff has performed as a soloist around Britain and abroad in recitals and concertos. He is highly sought after as an accompanist in duos and chamber music.
Steamed asparagus spears
Poached free-range egg and Hollandaise sauce
Hertfordshire lamb rump
Dauphinoise potatoes, ratatouille, spinach, rosemary jus
Passion fruit delice
Crème anglaise, blackcurrant coulis
Paddy and Scott’s coffee or Twinings loose-leaf tea with homemade chocolates
Served with artisan bread and un-salted butter
|Bach||Choral Prelude ‘Nun Komm der Heiden Heilend’|
|Beethoven||Sonata op 27 no 2 in C# minor ‘Moonlight’|
|Chopin||Nocturne op 9 in Eb|
|Chopin||Grande polonaise in Ab|
|Mussorgsky||Pictures at an Exhibition|
Price: £57.95 per person – table wines extra. Payable on booking
Dress code: Black tie.
Please advise any dietary requests when booking.
Privileged accommodation rates apply – please see below.
|Fri 22nd Nov||Concert Dinner|
|Sun 15th Dec||Christmas Concert Dinner|
Privileged accommodation room rates for special events 2013:
(a) Classic single £95 Bed & Breakfast
(b) Classic double/twin £115 Bed & Breakfast
(c) Executive double/twin £125 Bed & Breakfast
(d) Luxury Double/twin £145 Bed & Breakfast
Executive bedrooms in the hotel are larger in size and Luxury bedrooms are even larger, set a little distance from the hotel in the gorgeous grounds.
All our bedrooms are individually named and decorated with stunning views over either the Beale Arboretum, the formal gardens of the hotel, or the wider open spaces of the Enfield Chace.