In this free pre-concert talk, Robert Hugill explores the mystery of Bach’s cello suites. We know neither when, nor for whom they were written. There is even dispute about the exact instrument for which they were written.
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Classical chamber music concerts at Conway Hall. Read more about our concerts and their history on our Sunday Concerts page.
Renowned cellist, Robert Max is touring the UK playing all the Bach suites, and we are pleased to present this exciting project at Conway Hall.
In the first Sunday Concerts live, online event, we present an evening with writer/composer Robert Hugill and international pianist Maria Canyigueral, hosted by our Director of Music Simon Callaghan.
A fantastic opportunity to witness the future generation of music stars, as they perform live on the Conway Hall stage.
We welcome the United Strings of Europe to give the world premiere of a new work by Rodgman, flanked by two Beethoven masterpieces. They appear again at Conway Hall on 6 June, as part of their New Horizons series.
We look forward to welcoming you to our first concert using new, state-of-the-art livestreaming equipment. Fenella Humphreys’ online performances during lockdown have drawn praise from audiences and critics alike. Her programme, with Director of Music Simon Callaghan, spans more than 200 years and will be the perfect occasion to bring back to life our extraordinary hall.
In the second of our livestreamed ‘preludes’ to our autumn season, Ashok Klouda joins Simon Callaghan in a programme of much-loved cello works, concluding with Beethoven’s joyous, lyrical and virtuosic A major sonata. In celebration of Beethoven’s anniversary year, there will be the opportunity to hear Beethoven’s complete cello sonatas in one evening on 29 November.
Beginning with the ‘Father of the String Quartet’ and concluding with Beethoven’s late essay, the Jubilee Quartet’s programme offers an opportunity to hear three of the great quartet composers in the warm, intimate acoustic of Conway Hall.
Using state-of-the-art livestream technology, the award-winning Mithras Trio perform live from Conway Hall, plus a talk from writer, composer & blogger Robert Hugill.