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Northern Chords Ensemble

Date

29 November 2018

Time

7.30pm

Venue

Middleton Hall, University of Hull

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Music

Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 1 Op.1/1

Poulenc: Violin Sonata

Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in C minor

The Northern Chords Ensemble brings an exhilarating programme to Hull Chamber Music, with Beethoven’s first ever work, and Mendelssohn at his most fun, joyous, yet stormy!
The Ensemble features present and future artists from the acclaimed Northern Chords Festival. Founded in 2009 by Artistic Director Jonathan Bloxham the festival takes place on the banks of the River Tyne, in Newcastle and Gateshead, and brings together the most exciting young musicians from across Europe.

6.15pm: Pre-concert talk: Professor Brian Newbould on the evening’s programme

14.30-16.30: Open rehearsal for University of Hull Music students

Supported by Hull City Council and Making Music

Website:

http://www.camimusic.com/jonathan-bloxham

https://ycat.co.uk/artist/daniel-lebhardt/

http://www.benbakerviolin.co.uk/
 

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