Monday 13th May, 7.30pm : Fitzroy Quartet
“The playing of the Fitzroy Quartet was fresh, engaging and responsive” Chief Music Critic, Evening Standard
HAYDN - String Quartet op.76 no. 2
BARTOK - String Quartet no. 3
MOZART - String Quartet K387
MENDELSSOHN - String Quartet op.44 no. 2
Winners of the Beethoven Prize at the 2nd International Beethoven Chamber Music Competition, the Fitzroy Quartet formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2014. In 2018 the quartet were selected as artists for Le Dimore del Quartetto and were winners of the Tunnel Trust Award. In 2019 the quartet will perform in festivals in Italy, Germany and France. They have performed at the Wigmore Hall and St Martin-in-the-Fields and have taken part in festivals including Lake District, Musicale and Petworth.
Monday 10th June, 7.30pm : Enceladus Piano Quartet
MAHLER - Piano Quartet A minor
MOZART - Piano Quartet in G minor K478
BRAHMS - Piano Quartet in G minor op.25
The Enceladus Ensemble is formed of four award winning chamber musicians, coming together to form a flexible ensemble with the piano quartet repertoire at its heart. They have been previous Making Music ‘Selected Artists’, Park Lane Group Artists, and have performed at Wigmore Hall, St John’s Smith Square, The Bridgewater Hall and live on BBC Radio 3. They aim to perform these virtuosic works to a wider audience.
Monday 8th July : Ionel Manciu – Violin,
Kaoru Wada – Piano
MOZART - Violin Sonata in Bb major K378
BEETHOVEN - Violin Sonata in C minor op.30 no. 2
BRAHMS - Violin Sonata in A major no.2 op.100
BARTOK - Rhapsody no. 1 Sz 87
Ionel made his official debut on the violin at the age of ten with the Moldovan National Chamber Orchestra. He has performed at Wigmore Hall, the Barbican Hall and Milton Court in London, Casa de Musica in Porto, the Mozarteum Concert Hall in Salzburg and the Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest. Recent highlights include a concert at Weill Hall in Carnegie Hall as part of the Guildhall Artists in New York series, and a performance of Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No.1 at the Barbican Hall.
Kindly sponsored by the Countess of Munster Trust
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Monday 12th August, 7.30pm : Pelléas Ensemble
“I have never seen an audience leave a concert with such a spring in their step and joy in their hearts” Oundle International Festival
BACH - Flute Sonata BWV 1033
ROBERTS - Moroccan Sketches
GERSHWIN - Love walked in
DEBUSSY - Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp
The Pelléas Ensemble won the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Henderson Award, and the Elias Fawcett Award at the Royal Overseas League competition. In 2016 they won the Grand Prize in the St Martin-in-the-Fields Competition, and were Tillett Trust Young Artists. Their debut at the Wigmore Hall was praised for its “captivating vitality” and “effortlessness and delicacy” (Seen and Heard International). They have established a reputation for performing from memory, and enjoy sharing stories and insights about their unique repertoire with audiences.
Monday 9th September : Ugnius Pauliukonis
He is an astonishing talent, and a clear winner.” Pianist Magazine
at the Gold Medal Weekend
Please note revised programme
J. HAYDN - Variations in F minor, HobXVII:6
CHOPIN - Two Nocturnes op.62
Etudes op.10 nos 1 and 12
Etudes op.25 nos 5 and 10
C. DEBUSSY - Reflets dans l'eau' (Images book I)
Feux d’artifice (Preludes book II)
F. CHOPIN - Mazurkas op.24 nos. 1,2, 3 & 4
Scherzo no.2 in b-flat minor op.31
F. LISZT - Hungarian Rhapsody no.12 in C-sharp minor
Concert given in memory of Toby Sanders
A leading pianist of Lithuania’s new generation of musicians, Ugnius has been performing professionally since the age of 6. Prize-winner of multiple piano competitions, including the Royal Northern College of Music Gold Medal for excellence in performance, Ugnius has worked with many well-known musicians such as Lang Lang, Stephen Hough and Sir Harrison Birtwistle. As a solo pianist, he has performed with Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Kaunas State Symphony, and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.
Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip
and Dorothy Green Young Artist’s Scheme
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