Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective
This event was recorded at Wigmore Hall on Saturday 1 August 2020.
Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective brings together some of the finest young chamber musicians in new and varied formations, with a specific and ardent commitment to celebrating diversity. In this concert, they perform Dvořák’s Piano Quartet in E flat Op. 87 and the Coleridge-Taylor Nonet in F minor Op. 2. Coleridge Taylor, a well-known black composer who died in London in 1912, will also feature in our September concert series in a recital from Elizabeth Llewellyn and Simon Lepper.
This celebratory concert was recorded on 1st August at Wigmore Hall, but owing to the tightening of restrictions we were unable to have a live audience. Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective are one of two new Associate Ensembles at Wigmore Hall, appointed earlier this year by John Gilhooly.