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Royal College of Music in Residence

Austro-Hungarian Chamber Music

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Repertoire

Biber
Passacaglia for solo baroque violin
Poulenc
Sonata for horn, trumpet and trombone
James MacMillan
Three Scottish Songs
Janáček
String Quartet No. 1 (Kreutzer Sonata)

Performers

Laure Chan
baroque violin
Anna Euen
horn
Jonathan Hollick
trumpet
William Morley
trombone
Emily Jennings
soprano
Liam Crangle
piano
Rocamora Quartet
Alexandra Isted
violin
Lasma Taimina
violin
Lowri Thomas
viola
Carolina Bartumeu
cello

From Baroque dance to Bohemian sonatas, an exploration of Austro-Hungarian themes in chamber music by Biber, Janáček and Poulenc in the first of the RCM’s Cadogan Hall concerts this summer.

Also performed are James MacMillan’s atmospheric settings of poems in Scottish and English.

Part of Royal College of Music in Residence

Royal College of Music in Residence

Folk-inspired works by Dvořák and Bartók alongside Ligeti’s Six Bagatelles, equally drawn from the influences of Hungarian nationalism.

Royal College of Music in Residence

An avant-garde jazz ballet by Martinů's, a tour de force of Bohemian romanticism from Liszt and Dvořák, and a new chamber work by RCM composer Richard Miller.

Concert Duration:
approx. 50 minutes

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All tickets £10
Students: £5
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