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The workshop will offer an opportunity for composers of all ages, levels and backgrounds to meet the Solem Quartet, and investigate how to write successfully for string quartet. In the format of a Zoom meeting, the quartet will be taking questions, demonstrating techniques, and performing short excerpts of submitted works.
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.
Hot on the heels of their first commercial CD (released on the CAvi label in May 2020) and the ensuing flurry of excellent reviews, the Linos Piano Trio are now recording their second disc. They have been invited to make this new disc in a partnership between Bayerischer Rundfunk and AVI-Service for music, and have been recording this week in the Bayerischer Rundfunk building in Munich.
First broadcast live on 25th November, as part of Cheltenham Music Festival’s recent residency at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff, this recital by Julian Bliss and Tim Horton can be heard again on Radio 3 tomorrow lunchtime (Sunday 3rd Jan 2021).
On Sunday morning, Daniel Rowland and pianist Nino Gvetadze played MacMillan and Elgar as part of the Concertgebouw’s Sunday Morning Concert given by the Netherlands Radio Choir with Conductor Benjamin Goodson. The concert was broadcast live on NPO4 from the beautiful Grote Zaal and you can listen to it here.
The Solem Quartet will feature on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’ programme this coming Wednesday 18th November.
Tim Horton‘s upcoming duo concert with clarinettist Julian Bliss will be broadcast as BBC Radio 3’s Lunchtime Concert, live from St David’s Hall in Cardiff.
On Monday 23rd November Robert Plane will perform in BBC Radio 3’s Lunchtime Concert, streamed live from Wigmore Hall. Robert looks forward to playing Arthur Bliss’s Clarinet Quintet, one of the composer’s greatest and most popular works, first performed in 1932 by clarinettist Frederick Thurston.
Simon Callaghan looks forward to appearing on The David Taylor Podcast this evening at 7:00pm.