Thursday 29 July 2021 7:30PM
Bartók, Dohnányi and Reinecke
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CHANGE OF ARTIST
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Bartholomew LaFollette (cello) is unable to take part in the above concert. We are grateful to Richard Jenkinson (cello) for stepping in at short notice.
- Wigmore Soloists
- Alexander Sitkovetsky violin
- Philip Dukes viola
- Richard Jenkinson cello
- Michael Collins clarinet
- Alberto Menéndez Escribano horn
- Michael McHale piano
The Wigmore Soloists made its debut, both as an ensemble and as newly-appointed Wigmore Associate Ensemble, to an empty Wigmore Hall auditorium in January. The group returns now to a live audience with two Hungarian and one German composer. Bartók’s 1938 Contrasts is based on Hungarian and Romanian dance melodies; Reinecke’s Trio was written in 1887 for a ‘striking if little heard combination’ (The Chamber Music Journal); and Dohnányi’s Op. 37 finale contains influences from jazz and ragtime.
Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano BB116
- Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano BB116
Carl Reinecke (1824-1910)
Trio in A minor for clarinet, horn and piano Op. 188
- Trio in A minor for clarinet, horn and piano Op. 188
Ernő Dohnányi (1877-1960)
Sextet in C Op. 37
- Sextet in C Op. 37