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Two Tashmina Artists in Winchester streams

Robert Plane (clarinet) and Tim Horton (piano) will feature in several concerts being streamed this weekend as part of the online Winchester Chamber Music Festival.

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.

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On Friday 18th June at 8pm, Tim performs in Joe Cutler’s Slippery Music for piano quartet, before Rob joins the ensemble for Brahms’s Clarinet Quintet in B minor.

The concert on Saturday 19th June at 4pm features both Rob and Tim again, this time playing Bartók’s Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano. And that same evening, both players have a prominent role in the 9:30pm performance of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time.

The final concert of the online Festival takes place at 2:30pm on Sunday 20th June, with Tim taking his place on stage for Weber’s Piano Quartet in B flat, before the Festival ends with Dvořák’s American Quartet.

Click here for the full Online Festival programme.

Tickets are on sale for all the online concerts, and can be purchased via the Festival website. After their initial broadcast times, tickets will remain on sale, and all the concerts will be available to watch until 20 July.

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