Jenny Lewisohn Viola

in concert

2020

17 / 11
7.45pm / St. Margaret's Church, Twickenham

POSTPONED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Huw Watkins / Piano Quartet
Dvořák / Piano Quartet No.1 in D, Op.23
Brahms / Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34

27 / 11
Goldbergs with the Baillies I
7pm / St. Matthew's Church, Wimbledon

POSTPONED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

J.S.Bach / Goldberg Variations arr. Dimitri Sitkovetsky

Max Baillie violin
Jenny Lewisohn viola
Alexander Baillie cello

28 / 11
Goldbergs with the Baillies II
7pm / Christ Church, St. Leonards-on-Sea

POSTPONED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

J.S.Bach / Goldberg Variations arr. Dimitri Sitkovetsky

Max Baillie violin
Jenny Lewisohn viola
Alexander Baillie cello

29 / 11
Goldbergs with the Baillies III
7pm / Stoke Newington, venue tbc

POSTPONED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

J.S.Bach / Goldberg Variations arr. Dimitri Sitkovetsky

Max Baillie violin
Jenny Lewisohn viola
Alexander Baillie cello

13 / 12
4pm / Livestream from St. Mary's Perivale

Huw Watkins / Piano Quartet
Brahms / Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34

Past Concerts

2020

11 / 10
7pm / Fidelio Cafe, Clerkenwell

The Cana Quartet (Emily Nebel, Tamara Elias, Jenny Lewisohn and Peteris Sokolovskis) embark on a half Beethoven Quartet Cycle at Clerkenwell’s beloved Fidelio Café. This is a repeat performance. Your ticket includes the concert, a three-course dinner per person and a bottle of wine for every two people.

Ludwig van Beethoven / String quartet Op.18 No.1
Ludwig van Beethoven / String quartet Op.59 No.2

10 / 10
7pm / Fidelio Cafe, Clerkenwell

The Cana Quartet (Emily Nebel, Tamara Elias, Jenny Lewisohn and Peteris Sokolovskis) embark on a half Beethoven Quartet Cycle at Clerkenwell’s beloved Fidelio Café. Your ticket includes the concert, a three-course dinner per person and a bottle of wine for every two people.

Ludwig van Beethoven / String quartet Op.18 No.1
Ludwig van Beethoven / String quartet Op.59 No.2

17 / 8
10am - 5pm / Hampton Court

An inspiring chamber music course for advanced string players aged 10 – 16, relocated from France to Hampton Court for Summer 2020!
Week 1: 17th – 22nd August
Week 2: 24th – 29th August

3 / 8
Mini Virtual Benedetti Sessions
For participants only / Zoom

Bow Strokes Boot Camp
From the 3rd – 14th August, Andrea Gajic and Jenny Lewisohn will deliver a ‘Bow Strokes Boot Camp’ taking students thorugh the fundamentals of how each stroke works and leaving them with the tools to develop it alone.

20 / 7
For participants only / Zoom

Nifty Shifts
From the 20th – 31st July, Nicola Benedetti and Jenny Lewisohn deliver a carefully curated, progressive course intended to teach young upper string players all about shifting, leaving them with the tools to develop it alone.

30 / 6
For participants only / Zoom

Vibrato
From the 30th June – 16th July, Alex Laing, Nicola Benedetti and Jenny Lewisohn deliver a carefully curated, progressive course intended to teach young upper string players all about vibrato, leaving them with the tools to develop it alone.

11 / 5
Any time / YouTube

Jenny will rejoin the Benedetti Sessions team, this time in its virtual incarnation! They will provide musicians of all ages and stages, and from all over the world, with three weeks of consistent, scheduled online tuition and inspiration, preparing collectively for a final weekend of activity celebrating the coming together of our global music community.

6 / 5
Home Concert Club
8pm / Zoom Call

Jenny will perform a 30 minute programme to an invited audience via a Zoom call. Programme to include works by Bach, Britten and Raymond Yiu, and will be followed by a further 30 minute programme from cellist Gemma Kost.

5 / 5
7.30pm / Ognisko Polskie

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Roxanna Panufnik / Second Home
Witold Lutosławski / Bucolics I-V for viola and cello
Karol Szymanowski /String Quartet No.2
Frédéric Chopin / Piano trio in G minor, Op.8
Andrzej Panufnik /String Quartet No.3 “Paper-Cuts”

Maria Włoszczowska, Jonathan Stone violins
Jenny Lewisohn viola
Christian Elliott cello
Gamal Khamis piano
Zbigniew Skowron speaker

18 / 4
7.30pm / Kings College School, Wimbledon

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Jenny returns to coach the Marryat Players Orchestra for Young Musicians, 14 – 18th April on their 20th anniversary year

J.S. Bach / Concerto for Two Violins in D minor
Tchaikovsky / Souvenir de Florence

Alina Ibragimova and Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux soloists
Robert Max conductor

7 / 4
7.30pm / Theatre Royal, Norwich

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

J. S. Bach / Chorales and Partitas
J. S. Bach / Ciaconna with chorale themes (BWV 1004)
Fauré / Requiem

Nigel Short conductor
Max Baillie violin
Tenebrae choir

4 / 4
8pm / National Concert Hall, Dublin

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

J. S. Bach / Chorales and Partitas
J. S. Bach / Ciaconna with chorale themes (BWV 1004)
Fauré / Requiem

Nigel Short conductor
Max Baillie violin
Tenebrae choir

30 / 3
WHS Annual Concert
7.30pm / Cadogan Hall

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Stravinsky / Firebird (Finale)
Grieg / Peer Gynt (Morning, Aase’s Death)
Berlioz / March to the Scaffold
Mussorgsky / Night on a Bare Mountain
Powell / How to Train Your Dragon
Elgar / Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1

28 / 3
7pm / Kings Place, Hall One

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Harrison Birtwistle / Cortege
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.23
Beethoven / Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’ from memory

Nick Collon conductor
Ingrid Fliter piano

26 / 3
8.30pm / Grand Théâtre, La Rochelle, France

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Beethoven / Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus
Mozart / Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K488
Beethoven / Symphony No. 6 in F major, ‘Pastoral’ from memory

Tom Poster piano
Nicholas Collon conductor

24 / 3
7.30pm / St George's Bristol

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Harrison Birtwistle / Cortege
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.23
Beethoven / Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’ from memory

Nick Collon conductor
Ingrid Fliter piano

23 / 3
7.30pm / The Apex, Bury St Edmunds

CANCELLED due to measures taken against the spread of Covid-19

Mozart / Piano Concerto No.23
Beethoven / Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’ from memory

Nick Collon conductor
Ingrid Fliter piano

13 / 3
8pm / Christian Science Church, Esher

Claygate Arts Festival presents the Solem Quartet & Anthony Friend, clarinet
Mozart / Clarinet Quintet
Shostakovich / String Quartet No.8
Brahms / Clarinet Quintet

11 / 3
6.30pm / Arts Picturehouse Cambridge, Screen 1

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster performed with live score

9 / 3
7.30pm / Main Hall, Wimbledon High School

The fourth concert in collaboration with girls from Wimbledon High School

Tchaikovsky / Serenade for Strings, Valse
Purcell / Fantasias 4 &5
Bristow / Quartet in E minor
Beethoven / String Quartet Op.74 ‘Harp’

6 / 3 - 8 / 3
Benedetti Sessions
All day / Caird Hall, Dundee

Dundee’s edition of orchestra-based weekend workshops to address, equally, the needs of young musicians and of teachers.

4 / 3
Gildas Quartet
1pm / Kendal Midday Concert Club

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor / Clarinet Quintet
David Bruce / ‘Gumboots’ Clarinet Quintet

Jack McNeill clarinet

24 / 2
7.30pm / Wigmore Hall

For the 25th Annual Jacqueline du Pré concert, Joanna MacGregor and Adrian Brendel are joined by the award-winning Gildas Quartet

21 / 2
8pm / Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden

Berg / Lulu Suite
Beethoven / Symphony No.9, ‘Choral’

Sir Simon Rattle conductor

19 / 2
8pm / Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg

Berg / Lulu Suite
Beethoven / Symphony No.9, ‘Choral’

Sir Simon Rattle conductor

18 / 2
1pm / Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Mozart / String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K.465 ‘Dissonance’
Janáček / String Quartet No.2 ‘Intimate Letters’

16 / 2
7pm / Barbican Hall

Berg / Lulu Suite
Beethoven / Symphony No.9, ‘Choral’

Sir Simon Rattle conductor

12 / 2
6.30pm / Barbican Hall

Beethoven / Symphony No.9, ‘Choral’

Sir Simon Rattle conductor & presenter

10 / 2
Gildas Quartet
7.30pm / Luton Music Club

Mozart / String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K.465 ‘Dissonance’
Janáček / String Quartet No.2 ‘Intimate Letters’
Beethoven / String Quartet No.15 in A minor, Op.132

7 / 2
7pm / Muscat, Oman

Prokofiev / Piano Concerto No.2
Tchaikovsky / Symphony No.5

Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Denis Matsuev piano

30 / 1
Gildas Quartet
7.30pm / 22 Mansfield Street

A pre-Wigmore concert at the home of Bob and Elisabeth Boas alongside cellist Adrian Brendel and pianist Joanna MacGregor

26 / 1
London Symphony Orchestra
4.30pm / Philharmonie de Paris

Berg / Passacaglia
Berg / Seven Early Songs
Berg / Three Pieces, Op. 6
Beethoven / Symphony No. 7

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Dorothea Röschmann soprano

24 / 1
London Symphony Orchestra
8pm / Alte Oper, Frankfurt

Berg / Passacaglia
Berg / Seven Early Songs
Berg / Three Pieces, Op. 6
Beethoven / Symphony No. 7

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Dorothea Röschmann soprano

16 / 1
7.30pm / Barbican Hall

Berg / Passacaglia
Berg / Seven Early Songs
Berg / Three Pieces, Op. 6
Beethoven / Symphony No. 7

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Dorothea Röschmann soprano

15 / 1
6.30pm / Barbican Hall

Berg / Seven Early Songs
Beethoven / Symphony No. 7

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Dorothea Röschmann soprano

14 / 1
7.30pm / Birmingham Symphony Hall

Berg / Passacaglia
Berg / Seven Early Songs
Berg / Three Pieces, Op. 6
Beethoven / Symphony No. 7

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Dorothea Röschmann soprano

10 / 1 - 12 / 1
All day / Southbank Centre

London’s edition of orchestra-based weekend workshops to address, equally, the needs of young musicians and of teachers.

3 / 1 - 5 / 1
All day / Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

The first of a signature series of orchestra-based weekend workshops to address, equally, the needs of young musicians and of teachers.

2019

19 / 12
7.30pm / Barbican Hall

Sophya Polevaya / Spellbound Tableaux (world premiere)
Elgar / Cello Concerto
Bartók / The Miraculous Mandarin

François-Xavier Roth conductor
Alisa Weilerstein cello
London Symphony Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra

13 / 12
Gildas Quartet
7.30pm / University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz, Austria

Purcell / Fantasias and Chaconne
Britten / Quartet No. 2 (from memory)
Janacek / Quartet No. 2 ‘Intimate Letters’

8 / 12
3pm / St. Mary's Perivale

Beethoven / Piano Quartet in E flat, Op.16
Suk / Piano Quartet in A minor, Op.1
Fauré / Piano Quartet in C minor, Op.15

6 / 12
8.30pm / Hackney Picturehouse, Screen 3

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster performed with live score

5 / 12
8.30pm / The Ritzy, Screen 2

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster performed with live score

4 / 12
7pm / Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell

An immersion in the sounds and interplay of the string quartet: The Gildas Quartet’s prize-winning performance concept ‘Surround Sound Sessions’.

28 / 11
Gildas Quartet
7.30pm / Kettle's Yard, Cambridge

Purcell / Fantasias 4 & 5
Cheryl Frances-Hoad / Endless Forms Most Beautiful
Mozart / Quartet No. 19 in C Major ‘Dissonance’

27 / 11
1pm / University of Liverpool

Haydn / Quartet No. 23 in F minor, Op. 20, No. 5
Bartók / String Quartet No. 5

24 / 11
3pm / Picturehouse Central, Screen 1

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster performed with live score

8 / 11
7.30pm / St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham

Tchaikovsky / Souvenir de Florence
Elgar / Introduction and Allegro

4 / 11
7.30pm / Fulham Palace

Mozart / Quartet No.16 in E flat major
Britten / 3 Divertimenti
Wolf / Italian Serenade
Shostakovich / Quartet No.14 in F sharp minor

2 / 11
Gildas Quartet
7.30pm / Central Hall, Darlington

Purcell / Fantasias 4 & 5 Chaconne
Britten / Quartet No. 2
Janacek / Quartet No. 2 ‘Intimate Letters’

31 / 10
7.30pm / IKLECTIK, Waterloo

Janacek / Quartet no. 2 ‘Intimate Letters’
Crumb / Black Angels
Harry Whalley / live real-time composition

27 / 10
Hieronymus Quartet
7.30pm / Henrietta Barnett School

Mill Hill Music Club presents the Hieronymus Quartet

Mozart / Quartet No.16 in E flat major
Britten / 3 Divertimenti
Wolf / Italian Serenade
Shostakovich / Quartet No.14 in F sharp minor

20 / 10
Lipatti Piano Quartet
6.30pm / Kings Place, Hall 2

Park Lane Group presents the Lipatti Piano Quartet

Mozart / Piano Quartet No.2 in E flat major
Faure / Piano Quartet No.1 in C minor, Op.13

30 / 9
Jigsaw Players at Wimbledon High School III
7pm / Senior Hall, Wimbledon High School

Tchaikovsky / Serenade for Strings
Dvorak / Quartet No.10 in E flat major
Suk / Meditation on old Czech hymn ‘St Wenceslas’ Op.35a
Tchaikovksy / Quartet No.1 in D major

28 / 9
7pm / Kings Place, Hall One

James MacMillan / Saxophone Concerto (London premiere)
Mozart / Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K466
Mendelssohn / Symphony No. 3 in A minor, ‘Scottish’

Ronald Brautigam piano
Amy Dickson saxophone
Nicholas Collon conductor

14 / 9
7.30pm / MusikFest Bremen, Germany

Beethoven / Violin Concerto
Berlioz / Symphonie Fantastique (from memory)

Leonidas Kavakos violin
Nicholas Collon conductor

12 / 9
7pm / 10.15pm / BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall

Berlioz / Symphonie fantastique (from memory)

Mathew Baynton actor
Nicholas Collon conductor

10 / 9
7.30pm / Saffron Hall

Berlioz / Symphonie fantastique (from memory)

Mathew Baynton actor
Nicholas Collon conductor

30 / 8
8pm / Rheingau Festival, Germany

Berlioz / Symphonie Fantastique (memorised)
Bruch / Violin Concerto no 1

Conductor Nicholas Collon
Violin Nicola Benedetti

29 / 8
7.30pm / Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Berlioz / Symphonie Fantastique (memorised)
Bruch / Violin Concerto no 1

Conductor Nicholas Collon
Violin Nicola Benedetti

3 / 8 - 17 / 8
Parçay-sur-Vienne, France

Jenny coaches violin, viola and chamber music at this residential music course in France each summer.
Week 1 / 3rd – 10th August
Week 2 / 10th – 17th August

23 / 7
Kabalevsky and Brahms chamber music
7.30pm / Copenhagen, Denmark

Private house concert with Maria Włoszczowska, Savitri Grier, Bartholomew LaFollette and Zeynep Özsuca – get in touch for details.

28 / 6
St. Mary's Church, Rye

Ravel / Tombeau de Couperin
Vaughan Williams / The Lark Ascending
Elgar / Concerto for ‘cello in E minor, Op. 85

Anthony Marwood violin
Richard Lester cello

16 / 6
7.30pm / 3 Marryat Road, Wimbledon

Mozart / Divertimento in E flat major, K.563
Schönberg / Verklärte Nacht, Op.4 for string orchestra

16 / 6
4pm / 3 Marryat Road, Wimbledon

Stravinsky / Concerto in D
Ravel / Introduction and Allegro
Rimsky-Korsakov / Quartet in G major
Debussy / Sonata for flute, harp and viola

15 / 6
8pm / 3 Marryat Road, Wimbledon

Haydn / ‘Gypsy’ Piano Trio
Korngold / Suite for 2 violins, cello and piano left hand
Wier / Bagpiper’s String Trio
Dvořák / Sextet in A major

14 / 6
7.30pm / 3 Marryat Road, Wimbledon

Mozart / Piano Quartet No.2 in E flat major
Kodály / Duo for violin and cello
Dvořák / Piano Trio in F minor

13 / 6
7.30pm / 3 Marryat Road, Wimbledon

Mendelssohn / B flat Viola Quintet
Schubert / Arpeggione Sonata
Brahms / G major Sextet

5 / 6
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Max Richter / Journey Song (CP1919) (new work)
Beethoven / String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 (second movement)
Thomas Adès / Violin Concerto Op. 24, ‘Concentric Paths’
Mozart Symphony / No. 41 in C major, K551, ‘Jupiter’ (from memory)

Pekka Kuusisto violin
Nicholas Collon conductor

4 / 6
Town Hall, Birmingham

Max Richter / Journey Song (CP1919) (new work)
Beethoven / String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 (second movement)
Thomas Adès / Violin Concerto Op. 24, ‘Concentric Paths’
Mozart Symphony / No. 41 in C major, K551, ‘Jupiter’ (from memory)

Pekka Kuusisto violin
Nicholas Collon conductor

1 / 6
Aurora Orchestra
Colyer-Fergusson Hall, University of Kent

Max Richter / Journey Song (CP1919) (new work)
Beethoven / String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 (second movement)
Thomas Adès / Violin Concerto Op. 24, ‘Concentric Paths’
Mozart Symphony / No. 41 in C major, K551, ‘Jupiter’ (from memory)

Pekka Kuusisto violin
Nicholas Collon conductor

31 / 5
Castalian Quartet, Indira Grier and Jenny Lewisohn
Private house concert

Get in touch for details

30 / 5
7.30pm / St. George’s, Bristol

Max Richter / Journey Song (CP1919) (new work)
Beethoven / String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 (second movement)
Thomas Adès / Violin Concerto Op. 24, ‘Concentric Paths’
Mozart Symphony / No. 41 in C major, K551, ‘Jupiter’ (from memory)

29 / 5
7.30pm / St. Mary’s Perivale

Brahms / String Sextet No.1 in B flat major
Brahms / String Sextet No.2 in G major

27 / 5
6pm / Frinton Free Church

Prokofiev / Peter and the Wolf
Beethoven / Symphony No.7
Howell / ‘Between Emotions’

Robert Max conductor
John D. Collins narrator

14 / 5
Cercle de l’Harmonie
Grand Théâtre de Provence, Aix-en-Provence

Beethoven / Symphony No.9 (performed on period instruments)

10 / 5
8pm / Southside House, Wimbledon

Paul Hindemith / Viola Sonata Op.11 No.4
Rebecca Clarke / Viola Sonata
Ernest Bloch / Suite for viola and piano

Jenny Lewisohn, Emmanuella Reiter violas
Sophia Rahman, piano

9 / 5
Northern Chords celebrate Europe Day 2019
St. John’s Smith Square

More information coming soon

7 / 5
7pm / Great Hall, Wimbledon High School

Franz Joseph Haydn / Quartet in B flat major, Op.76 No.4 ‘Sunrise’ (selection)
Judith Weir / Bagpiper’s String Trio
Anna Kendall / Bass Quintet
Antonín Dvořák / Terzetto in C major, Op.74 (selection)
Louisa Clogston / String Quartet
Ravel / Duo for violin and cello (selection)
Miriam Pancheva / String Quartet
Richard Bristow / String Quartet
Rebecca Clarke / Poem for String Quartet
Schøyen Sjölin arr. Danish String Quartet / Old Rheinlender from Sonndala

Michael Trainor, Tetsuumi Nagata violins
Jenny Lewisohn viola
Bartholomew LaFollette cello

26 / 4
7.30pm / Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore

Max Richter / Journey Song (CP1919) (new work)
Beethoven / String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 (second movement)
Thomas Adès / Violin Concerto Op. 24, ‘Concentric Paths’
Mozart / Symphony No. 41 in C major, K551, ‘Jupiter’ (from memory)

Pekka Kuusisto violin
Nicholas Collon conductor

11 / 4
7.30pm / Great Hall, King’s College School, Wimbledon

Vivaldi / Cello Concerto in G Major
Britten / Simple Symphony
Mendelssohn / String Sinfonia in B minor
Piazzolla / Libertango

Leandro Silvera conductor

5 / 4
7.30pm / Hall 1, Kings Place, London

Elgar / Serenade for Strings
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.21 in C major, K467
Missy Mazzoli / Dark with Excessive Bright (UK premiere)
Beethoven / Symphony No. 8 in F major

Yeol Eum Son piano
Ben Griffiths double bass
Nicholas Collon conductor

29 / 3
8pm / Klara Festival, Bozar, Brussels

John Tavener / The Protecting Veil
Britten / Les Illuminations, Op. 18
Haydn / Symphony No. 45 (‘Farewell’)
Jonathan Coe Extract from Middle England
Ali Smith Extract from Autumn
Sulaiman Addonia New short story

Ian Bostridge tenor
Nicolas Altstaedt cello/conductor
Jonathan Coe writer/speaker
Ali Smith writer/speaker
Sulaiman Addonia writer/speaker

15 / 3
Sinfonia Cymru - Tosca
Abu Dhabi Festival at the Emirates Palace

Bryn Terfel, Scarpia
Kristine Opolais, Tosca
Vittorio Grigolo, Cavaradossi
Côr, chorus

18 / 2 - 24 / 2
Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival

Brahms / String Quintet No.2 in G major
Beethoven / Quartet No.16 in F major Op.135

19 / 1
Lipatti Piano Quartet
Purcell Room, Southbank Centre

Mark-Anthony Turnage / Three for Two
Alex Woolf / New work for piano quartet (world premiere)
Joe Cutler / Slippery Music

10 / 1
London Symphony Orchestra
Barbican Centre

Sibelius / Symphony No.7
Hans Abrahamsen / Let me tell you
Nielsen / Symphony No.4, ‘Inextinguishable’
Sir Simon Rattle conductor Barbara Hannigan soprano

2018

27 / 11
Hieronymus Quartet
22 Mansfield Street

Haydn / Op.20 No.4 in D major
Janáček / Quartet No.1 ‘Kreutzer Sonata’
Beethoven / Op.130 in B flat major

10 / 11
Jigsaw Players presents Kristallnacht
In Memoriam at the Wimbledon Synagogue

Ravel / Kaddish
Bloch / From Jewish Life
Schullhoff / Duo
Bruch / Kol Nidrei

Messiaen / Louange Popper / Quartet

27 / 10
Lipatti Piano Quartet at Tilford Bach Society

Mozart / Piano Quartet in E flat, K493
Mahler / Piano Quartet in A minor
Brahms / Piano Quartet No.3 in C minor, Op.60

24 / 10
Queen's Hall String Quartet
Storey's Field Centre Hall, Cambridge

Beethoven / Op.74
Robert Matthew-Walker / Quartetto Conciso (special commission)
Beethoven / Op.95

17 / 10
London Chamber Project
St Olave, Hart Street

Prokofiev / Overture on a Hebrew Theme
Brahms / Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34

10 / 10 - 14 / 10
Brussels Cello Festival 2018
Royal Conservatory of Brussels

Brussels Cello Festival 2018

6 / 8
Prom 32: Inside Shostakovich with Aurora Orchestra
Royal Albert Hall

Shostakovich / Piano Concerto No.2
Shostakovich / Symphony 9 (from memory)

23 / 7
Prom 13: Pioneers of Sound with the London Contemporary Orchestra
Royal Albert Hall
20 / 7
Ryedale Festival with the Phoenix Piano Trio
St. Mary's Priory Church, Old Malton

Weir / Arise! Arise! You slumbering sleepers
Weir / Bagpiper’s String Trio

1 / 7
Aurora Orchestra
Kings Place

Stravinsky / Concerto in Eb Major, ‘Dumbarton Oaks’
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.13 in C Major, K415
Boulez / Mémoriale
Mozart / Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K550 (from memory)

24 / 6
Aurora Orchestra
La Seine Musicale, Paris

Mozart / Ballet Music from Idomeneo, rè di Creta, K367
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.13 in C major, K415
Mozart / Symphony No.40 in G minor, K550 (from memory)

23 / 6
Aurora Orchestra at Proms
St. Jude’s

Mozart / Ballet Music from Idomeneo, rè di Creta, K367
Mozart / Piano Concerto No.13 in C major, K415
Mozart / Symphony No.40 in G minor, K550 (from memory)

14 / 6 - 17 / 6
Marryat Players Chamber Music Festival

Marryat Players Chamber Music Festival

4 / 6
Sinfonia Cymru with Gabór Takács-Nagy
Dora Stoutzker Hall, RWCMD

Huw Watkins / Three Welsh Songs
Mozart / Sinfonia Concertante with Ben Baker and Tim Ridout
Bartók / Romanian Dances
Mozart / Symphony No.40 in G minor

24 / 4
The Hieronymus Quartet
Fundació Cultural Coll Bardolet, Valldemossa, Majorca

Haydn / String Quartet Op.77 No. 1 in G
Bartòk / String Quartet No. 2 Op. 17
Beethoven / Razumovsky Op. 59 No. 2 in E minor

18 / 4 - 20 / 4
Northern Chords Festival
Newcastle