£16 - £18
Mahler and Richard Strauss may be household names to orchestra-goers, but they are almost unknown for their chamber music. Mahler’s haunting single movement was composed during his late-teens, while Strauss’ full-length work in four movements dates from 1884 when he was 20. It is a wonderful piece full of hints of what was to come in the magnificent series of tone poems the first of which was premiered just two years later. Brahms’ quartet on the other hand is a fully mature piece is in his most energetic and entertaining style.
Tim Horton piano, Benjamin Nabarro violin,
Ruth Gibson viola, Gemma Rosefield cello
MAHLER Piano Quartet in A minor
STRAUSS Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 13
BRAHMS Piano Quartet in A, Op. 26
The clarinettist [Matthew Hunt] played so beautifully it was as though he wished to make the very air of the hall melt."
Age: 14's and under to be accompanied by an 18+ adult
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