Boccherini Chamber Music 2

Boccherini Chamber Music 2

Boccherini Chamber Music Festival

Date and time
12 Feb 2019 (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
Location

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£8 (£6)

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String Quintet Op.11 No.5 in E G275
Mafalda Barradas, Vaz Galantez & Eleanore Schwaabe violins
Gavin Marnoch viola
Lucy Samuels & Haomiao Cao cellos

String Quintet Op.13 No.4 in D minor G280
Doris Kuo & Man Chun Yu violins
Toby Holden viola
Yunhaotian Pan & Alice Cheer cellos

String Quintet Op.11 No.6 in D ‘l’Uccelleria’ (The Aviary) G276
Fitzroy Quartet with Jonathan Madden
Stefanie Mengoli & Laura Custodio Sabas violins
Emily Pond viola
Michael Newman & Jonathan Madden cellos

Stabat Mater (1781 version)
Ivonne Porras Ocampo soprano
Wilford Goh & Sybren Holwerda violins
Mabon Rhyd viola
Egor Semenov cello
Thomas Martin double bass

Boccherini’s Op.11 quintets are rich in invention and contain both his timeless Minuet from Op.11 No.5 as well as the extraordinary sounds of exotic birds in the Aviary. The second half features his wonderful Stabat Mater, heard in its original version and featuring Royal Birmingham Conservatoire musicians and International Chair in Double Bass, Thomas Martin.