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Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Bowen Oboe Sonata, op. 85
Finzi Interlude for Oboe and String Quartet
Bax Oboe Quintet

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Recorded at CAST, Doncaster

Beethoven Piano Sonata no. 27 in E minor, op. 90
Chopin Waltz in A minor op. 34, no. 2
Mozart Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E flat, K. 498, Kegelstatt

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Stravinsky Suite Italienne for Cello and Piano
Stravinsky Divertimento for Violin and Piano, after The Fairy's Kiss
Stravinsky Septet
Stravinsky Suite from The Soldier’s Tale

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival with Ensemble 360

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Stravinsky Suite Italienne for Cello and Piano
Stravinsky Divertimento for Violin and Piano, after The Fairy's Kiss
Stravinsky Septet
Stravinsky Suite from The Soldier’s Tale

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Dvo?ák Waldesruhe (Silent Woods), op. 68 no. 5
Schumann Fantasiestücke for Cello and Piano, op. 73
Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, op. 34

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Beamish St Andrew's Bones
Brahms Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano in E flat major, op. 40

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Debussy Images Book 1
Stravinsky Two pieces from 'The Firebird'
Debussy Images Book 2
Debussy Sonata for Violin and Piano

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Recorded at Emmanuel Church in Barnsley

Schumann Adagio and Allegro, op. 70
Schumann Three Romances for violin and piano, op.22
Reinecke Trio for Oboe, Horn and Piano, op. 188

Sheffield Chamber Music Festival

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Recorded in Emmanuel Church, Barnsley

Britten Prologue from Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings
Poulenc Oboe Sonata
Britten Temporal Variations
Poulenc Elégie for Horn and Piano

Online – Birdfoot Festival

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Boulanger Deux Pièces en trio

Join Birdfoot and the Linos Piano Trio to discover the music and musical universe of composer Lili Boulanger. Boulanger was only twenty-four years old when she wrote D’un matin de printemps and D’un soir triste, two trios evoking the contrasting energies of two times of day, morning and evening.

Simultaneously, she was experiencing her own dawn and dusk: as the first woman to win the prestigious Prix de Rome, she was emerging as a formidable musical voice; she was also suffering from a chronic intestinal illness which took her life later in the same year. Tragic as her early death was, her music remains powerfully alive. These two trios are fresh with new energy, while possessing a sense of perspective usually associated with “late” works. Her music stands alongside masterpieces by Debussy and Fauré in ambition, evocativeness, and originality.

Both D’un matin de printemps and D’un soir triste are built around the same few notes, but like a painter capturing the same scene in different lights, Boulanger uses colorful harmonies to capture two gripping, but entirely different emotional moments.

Perth Concert Hall: Scotland

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Co-production with BBC Radio 3, as part of Perth Easter Festival of Classical Music

Susan Tomes (piano) and principal players of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra: Adrian Wilson, Timothy Orpen, David Hubbard and Chris Gough.

Mozart Piano and Wind Quintet in E Flat major, K. 452
Beethoven Quintet for Piano and Wind in E flat major, op. 16

Online only: Conway Hall Sunday Concerts: London

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An evening of works for solo piano, streamed live on YouTube and Vimeo directly from Conway Hall Beethoven Sonata in C minor, op. 13, Pathétique Fanny Mendelssohn Song without Words, op. 8/3 Jean-Louis Nicodé Memories of Robert Schumann ‘Six Fantasy…

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