Sunday 31 May 2020 3:00PM
Roman Rabinovich piano; Paula Murrihy mezzo-soprano; Sara Wolstenholme violin; Christopher Murray cello
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Supported by Classic FM.
This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval
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- Roman Rabinovich piano
- Paula Murrihy mezzo-soprano
- Sara Wolstenholme violin
- Christopher Murray cello
Haydn’s visits to London set the seal on his international reputation and inspired some of his most notable works. Here a sonata first published in London in 1794 and a cantata which enjoyed particular success in the city are complemented by folksong arrangements made specifically for British audiences.
Supported by the Sir Jack Lyons Charitable Trust
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
- English Canzonettas (a selection)
- Piano Sonata in C HXVI:50
- Scottish Songs (a selection)
- Arianna a Naxos HXXVIb:2