Concerts 19th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd Including chamber music for oboe and strings and clarinet and strings and string quartet by Benjamin Britten and Arthur Bliss.
Dan Bates - oboe
Beatrice Philips, Laura Lutzke - violins
Adam Newman - viola
Hannah Sloane - cello
Maria Włoszczowska - violin
7 Concerts over one weekend of brilliant music performed by some of the very best musicians in the country and Internationally.
LCMF 2019 is celebrating the music of turn of the century France and notably Gabriel Fauré and his contemporaries. As always there is a huge variety of music on offer around this loose theme, complimenting and highlighting some of the most important music ever written for small ensemble.
With intimate venues and outstanding performers it is a weekend not to be missed by music-lovers. All programme details and tickets can be found at leweschambermusicfestival.com
A fundraising and launch event for the Lewes Chamber Music Festival held at the home of Bob and Elisabeth Boas in central West End London.
An evening of music for piano and string by Mozart, Lekeu and Fauré will be shared along with details of this year’s brilliant Lewes Chamber Music Festival
Maria Włoszczowska, Beatrice Philips - violins
James Boyd - viola
Hannah Sloane - cello
Alasdair Beatson - piano
drinks and canapes afterwards.
Tickets £30 - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Part of the Faust Chamber Orchestra’s “Chamber Series at Penn House” a programme of Schubert’s chamber music is presented in this historic and intimate setting.
Schubert - Trout Quintet
Schubert - String Trio D
Beatrice Philips violin
Guy Button viola
Hannah Sloane cello
Vera Pereira double bass
Mark Austin piano
In a battle between love and faith, which will triumph? Following the success of last year’s Israel in Egypt, the Proms continues its journey through Handel’s oratorios with the composer’s own favourite and one of the most powerfully dramatic works he ever produced.
An all-star cast is led by Louise Alder and Iestyn Davies as tragic lovers Theodora and Didymus. Jonathan Cohen directs his period ensemble Arcangelo.
Sir John Eliot Gardiner and his Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique continue their cycle of Berlioz performances, which will reach its climax next season in the 150th-anniversary year of the composer’s death. Some of Berlioz’s most colourful and dramatic works come together here in a programme that draws not only from concert works including the filmic overture Le corsaire and the magnificent symphony with solo viola Harold in Italy, but also from Berlioz’s great opera The Trojans. Star mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato joins the orchestra to sing Dido’s heartbreaking final scene.
Following their barnstorming performance in the BBC Proms last year, The Multi-Story Youth Choir return to perform their own work created with singer-songwriter Abimaro Gunnell. Their new piece will form part of an animal-themed programme that also includes excerpts from Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite along with Kate Whitley’s The Animals, performed by The Multi-Story Youth Ensemble.