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Jonathan Plowright: Brahms and Bach

Sunday 2 December 2018 7:30PM

Music in the French and Italian styles by Johann Sebastian Bach intersperses three sets of variations by Brahms written in his twenties, which reach a creative high point in his masterly variations on a movement from a harpsichord suite by Handel.

 

Benjamin Baker violin; Daniel Lebhardt piano

Sunday 9 December 2018 11:30AM

Poulenc composed his sonata (1942-3) in memory of the poet Lorca, whose line ‘La guitare fait pleurer les songes’ is quoted at the beginning of the second movement, while Prokofiev’s contemporary sonata is his arrangement of a work for flute.

 

La Nuova Musica; David Bates director; Lucy Crowe soprano

Tuesday 11 December 2018 7:30PM

David Bates and his Baroque ensemble bring together operatic extracts by Vivaldi and items from Handel’s very first oratorio Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno (The Triumph of Beauty and Disillusion) alongside a concerto by the highly influential Corelli, and a London première of a new work by Nico Muhly.

 

Quatuor Ebène: Beethoven and Brahms

Wednesday 12 December 2018 7:30PM

Two Beethoven quartets, one from his first opus for the medium (1801), the second his final quartet, composed a quarter of a century later; in between comes Brahms’s first quartet, long delayed partly due to his consciousness of Beethoven’s sovereign examples.

 

Our past Live Streams are available to view on demand:

Cédric Tiberghien piano: Armistice recital

This event was streamed live from Wigmore Hall on Saturday 11 November 2018

In this programme immediately preceding Armistice Day, the French pianist offers a thoughtful and varied collection of works written during the First World War by composers from the former combatant nations, including rarely heard pieces by Hindemith and Frank Bridge.

 

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