The Gould Trio last visited four years ago with clarinettist Robert Plane when they gave a spellbinding performance of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time.
This time they are joined by violist Gary Pomeroy from the Heath Quartet who played here in May 2013. Brahms’ G minor piano quartet is his most popular chamber work with its whirlwind Hungarian Dance finale. Judith Weir has become almost a household name over the last 20 years or so, being awarded a CBE in 2005, and succeeding Sir Peter Maxwell Davies as Master of the Queen’s Music in 2014.
MOZART Piano Trio in E, K. 542
WEIR Distance and Enchantment
BRAHMS Piano Quartet in G minor, Op. 25
Start time, 7.30pm