Join composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill for a pre-concert talk exploring the history of the cello sonata.
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Lydia Shelly and Nicolas Stavy offer a traversal of the cello sonata’s development, from Beethoven’s pioneering G minor sonata through to Shostakovich’s only essay in the genre.
Internationally acclaimed pianist Amit Yahav presents a programme of music by Mendelssohn, Schumann and Chopin in aid of Safe Passage UK, a charity that aims to help refugee children find legal routes into the UK.
Tippett Quartet return to Conway Hall to perform a programme of works for string quartet and soprano with Héloïse Werner
Witness the future generation of music stars, as students from the internationally-renowned conservatoire take to the Conway Hall stage.
In a fundraiser for our “affordable for all” Sunday Concerts series, our Director of Music Simon Callaghan, concertmaster Benjamin Marquise Gilmore and leading cellist Ashok Klouda traverse the trios of Beethoven.
The Tailleferre Ensemble will play a concert of wind music by women to mark International Women’s Day, and explore the variety of music composed by women since the Suffragette movement through to today.
Sunday Assembly Lates is back! Zoe Cormier, a science communicator raised in the music industry, will explain how and why humans are able to create music. Did it give us an evolutionary advantage? Why have all civilisations throughout history made music? And why don’t other animals understand music?
British composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill returns to Conway Hall to give a free pre-concert talk about the evening’s programme.