** This event has been postponed due to the venue’s temporary closure in light of the Government’s instructions about Covid-19 **
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One of the miraculous manifestations of Bach’s genius is in the magical way that melody, harmony and perhaps two, though sometimes three, voices co-exist in music designed to be played by an instrument that mostly only plays one note at a time. Robert Max is touring the UK playing all the suites in 2020, and we are pleased to present this exciting project at Conway Hall.
Bach | Suite No.1 in G BWV1007 (1720)
Bach | Suite No.2 in D minor BWV1008 (1720)
Bach | Suite No.3 in C BWV1009 (1720)
Bach | Suite No.4 in E flat BWV1010 (1720)
Bach | Suite No.5 in C minor BWV1011 (1720)
Bach | Suite No.6 in D BWV1012 (1720)
Robert Max (cello)
Conway Hall Sunday Concerts
Founded in the 1880s, our chamber music concert series is the longest-running of its kind in Europe. Conway Hall was purpose-built in 1929 to host concerts and lectures, and they have continued here until the present day. The ethos of “affordable classical music for all” still remains. Browse our website for more information about all our Spring 2020 Season music events, including concerts, pre-concert talks and recitals.
This event is in the Main Hall on the ground floor. For accessibility info: https://conwayhall.org.uk/about/visiting-us/
It is part of Conway Hall Ethical Society’s charitable programme and is tax-exempt.
Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Hugill, 5:30pm | "In Search of Bach"
Bach's cello suites are tantalising works. We have little in the way of secure background and no autograph. We know neither when, nor for whom they were written. There is even dispute about the exact instrument for which they were written.