The concerts were recorded live two weeks ago at the in-person edition of the Festival by award-winning film maker Patrick Allen, using an elaborate 8-camera set-up to powerfully capture the thrill of a live event.
Rob and Tim appear as guests artists alongside the London Bridge Trio, as well as violinist Lucy Gould and violist Gary Pomeroy, forming a world-class chamber music line-up, with the flexibility to take on many different ensemble formats.
Streamed live from St Mary’s Church, Barrow-in-Furness, Tim’s will be the eleventh online concert of the Festival’s 2021 series.
The performance begins at 7:00pm on Sunday 25th April, and can be streamed for free via the link on the Festival website.
Chopin’s four Ballades opp. 23, 38, 47 and 52, key pillars of the composer’s extensive oeuvre for solo piano, will feature alongside Mozart’s Fantasia in C minor, K. 396, and Szymanowski’s Masques, op. 34.
Tim has also just launched his brand new website, where you can read more about his solo work, as well as his extensive ensemble work as a chamber musician.
Rachel Roberts and Tim Horton look forward to their upcoming duo concert for Conway Hall Sunday Concerts on Sunday 24th January.
Live-streamed from Conway Hall, this will be a great opportunity to hear a brilliant duo performing some of the greatest works of the viola and piano repertory.