Summer Chamber Music Festival 2016: Brass

Summer Chamber Music Festival 2016: Brass

Summer Chamber Music Festival 12 to 15 June 2016

Date and time
14 Jun 2016 (5:00pm - 7:00pm)
Location

Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£4

Booking Information

Tickets available on the door

The superb brass department students show off their strengths in a wide variety of music and different ensembles.

Rimsky-Korsakov arr. Burton Procession of the Nobles
Harold Arten arr. Adler-Mckean Over the Rainbow
Ralph Martino Fantasy
Fats Waller arr. Forbes Ain't Misbehavin'
The Quartertones: James Adcock, Hal Walker, Ben Jones, Luke Atkinson

Eric Ewazen Prelude and Fugue for Trumpet Choir
GM Rodriguez arr. D Marlatt La Cumparsita
John Barry arr. Miles/Hodgson/Maddocks From Russia with Love
Bella Brass: Rachael Ames, Izzy Rutherford, Catherine Pollitt, Hannah Hodgson, Dolma Chiodak, Alex Norman

Kasimierz Serocki Suite for Trombones
Hoagy Carmichael arr. Ingo Luis Georgia on My Mind
Jeffrey Agrell Gospel Time
Briar Rose Trombone Quartet: Savannah Bone, Emily Tongue, Jonathan Rottenbury, Ryan Richards

Summer Chamber Music Festival 12 to 15 June 2016

Featuring the cycle of Shostakovich String Quartets.

Welcome to the Summer Chamber Music Festival, which provides a showcase for student ensembles from each department in the Conservatoire, as well as an opportunity to hear some of our superb Ensembles in Residence and teaching staff. One of the highlights will be the performance of Shostakovich’s great Piano Trio performed by Oliver Willie, Alexander Bailey and Daniel Tong, three celebrated musicians who are currently playing a big role in the Conservatoire as teachers. Also not to be missed are the concerts by the Schubert Ensemble and the Atea Wind Quintet.

This year the Strings students are taking on the challenge of presenting the cycle of 15 Quartets by Shostakovich. This is testimony to the breadth of talent and growth of experience in the arena of Chamber Music at the conservatoire in recent years. The experience of listening to the Shostakovich cycle of quartets is extraordinarily powerful, revealing as it does the inner life of one of the 20th century’s great musical geniuses, as well as one of its most tormented. The dark side of these works is only part of the full spectrum of human experience they express, from childlike innocence, tenderness and playfulness to great exuberance and irrepressible energy. You are enthusiastically invited to come to as many concerts as you can fit in!

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