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    • Ludwig van Beethoven & Claude Debussy

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    • Flautist Anna Kondrashina and pianist Pavel Timofeyevsky invite you to trace with them the evolution of “sonata form”, the most prevalent compositional device in western classical music, through the works of two of it’s finest innovators. The “dialogue” between Beethoven’s early masterpiece, string trio op 9 in G, arranged by the performers for flute and piano (London premiere) and an…
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    • Maurice Ravel & Fanny Mendelssohn

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    • For our final "Dialogues" Concert Philomel Creative Circle artists will perform Maurice Ravel’s monumental trio for violin, cello and piano. Considered as one of the most innovative masterpieces of the piano trio repertoire, as well as one of the most profound chamber music works of the 20th century, often interpreted as a musical “anti-war” anthem (it was created at the…
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    • For the second concert of this season at St Cuthbert's Church, join us for an evening of chamber music for clarinet, cello and piano. In the summer of 1891, Johannes Brahms ended his self-imposed retirement from composing by penning a trio for clarinet, cello and piano in A minor. The process of composing the trio reignited Brahms’ creative fire and…
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