Composer and Royal Academy of Music professor David Knotts’ arrangement of Ravel provides the centrepiece for the Minerva Trio’s appearance at Conway Hall.
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A Distant Light Shines – Music from New Zealand, Lebanon and Latvia – Amalia Hall (violin) and the United Strings of Europe | Wednesday 27th February
To launch its New Horizons International Artist Series, the United Strings of Europe will be joined by celebrated New Zealand violinist Amalia Hall for her only concerto performance in Europe this season, with works from Lebanon, New Zealand and Latvia.
The Pixels Ensemble is a collective of established chamber music players with a shared passion for performing the finest repertoire, from the classical period to the present day. For this concert at Conway Hall, they offer the three ‘Bs’: Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.
“Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall” This coming-of-age original musical tells incredibly human stories through 4 friends, who are looking for their own places in the walk of life. Over time, you will see how their fates intertwine and quite possibly, break apart.
Do we really know those whom we think we do?
Following on from their project to record Stephen Dodgson’s chamber music for Naxos, the Karolos Ensemble present his first string trio, dating from 1951. They bookend their programme with two masterpieces for the genre by Schubert and Beethoven.
An evening of piano duet classics from by Irish pianist Clíodna Shanahan and Sunday Concerts Director of Music Simon Callaghan, with a chance to hear a charming set of miniatures by Cécile Chaminade, alongside Schubert, Mozart and Ravel. Funds raised will support the continuation of the concert series.