Boccherini Chamber Music Festival
Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR
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Guitar Quintet No.9 in C major G453
Juan Pablo Brugere guitar
Leonie Jones & Lucy Armstrong violins
Holly Coombes viola
Joanna Rottenbury cello
String Quintet Op.39 No.1 in B flat major G337
Lourdina Baboun & Risa Sekine violins
Emily Dore viola
Harry Broom cello
Tom Neil double bass
String Quintet Op.29 No.4 in A G316
Boglárka György & Tomohiko Kimura violins
Nicholas Fidler viola
Ulrich Heinen & Bora Kim cellos
String Quintet Op.46 No.4 in G minor G362
Camille Morana & Zhi Koay violins
Carla Mendoza viola
Ruoxa Zhao & Jingyi Wei cellos
Guitar Quintet No.6 in D major G448
Chris Roberts guitar
Yung Hsuan Chuang & Renee Neeson violins
Aimee Lucas viola
Matthew Philips cello
Boccherini’s preferred genre of the string quintet takes centre stage in the opening concert of Viva Boccherini. We hear the breadth of his instrumentation in writing for five players, culminating in the famous fandango, evoking the sights and sounds of Madrid after dark.