Thursday 12 March 2015
in the Lindsey Suite, University of Hull
preceded by talk at 6.30 (see below)
Photo: Nigel Luckhurst
Violin, viola, cello, double bass,
clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano
|Michael Berkeley||Clarion Call and Gallop|
|Schubert||Quintet in A major D 667 (Trout)|
|Beethoven||Septet in E flat major op 20|
The Berkeley Ensemble presents two of the most famous chamber works of the First Viennese School together in one concert. Schubert’s ever popular Trout Quintet and Beethoven’s Septet both broke new ground in their unusual scoring, whilst Michael Berkeley follows Beethoven’s instrumental plan in his recent Clarion Call and Gallop, written for the Berkeley Ensemble in 2013. And we are more than delighted that Michael Berkeley himself will be here to give a pre-concert talk. This really is an event not to be missed!
The refined playing had an impressive sense of style
A delight … warmly communicative and commendably polished readings
Pre-concert talk at 6.30 pm
Michael Berkeley will talk about his work.
Entry is free to all ticket holders.