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LSO Free Friday lunchtime concert

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Categories: Concerts, Free
Tags: Jerwood Hall, lso st lukes

Friday 15 September, 12.30pm at Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s, London

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Free entry, just turn up!

Ethel Smyth Scherzo from String Quintet in E major
Luciano Berio Aldo from Duet for Two violins No 24
Antonín Dvořák Scherzo from Terzetto in C minor Op 74
Friedrich Dotzauer Larghetto from Six Pieces for Three Cellos (arranged for two violas and a cello)
Dave Anderson Kibbles & Kibbitz and Laments (for bass duet)
Luigi Boccherini Minuetto dei Ciechi, Passa Calle, Ritirata from String quintet ‘Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid’

LSO String Experience Members
Isobel Howard violin
Shoshanah Sievers violin
Mio Takahashi violin
Lukas Bowen viola
Teresa Macedo Ferreira viola
Danushka Edirisinghe cello
William Puhr double bass
James Trowbridge double bass
Rachel Leach presenter

The concert will finish at approximately 1.15pm

Essentially Strauss: Notos Quartett

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Categories: Broadcasts, Concerts
Tags: lso st lukes, mahler, notos quartett, strauss

Thursday 21 September, 1.00pm at Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s, London

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Gustav Mahler and Richard Strauss: two youthful geniuses stretch their wings in the intimate but passionate world of late-Romantic chamber music.

The Programme
Richard Strauss Piano Quartet in C minor
Gustav Mahler Quartet Movement in A minor
Great things come in small packages! Chamber music is intimate in scale, but Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler thought big from an early age – and in these two early piano quartets, you can almost hear their youthful imaginations straining to soar free. This is music of huge vistas and unbridled passion: exactly what you’d expect from these fledgling geniuses.
The Performers

The Notos Quartett is a multi-award-wining ensemble that specialises in music for piano and strings, and whose four members know and love this music intensely. Praised for their ‘virtuosic brilliance’ and ‘profound musicality’, they’ll bring out all the poetry as well as the glitter in these two irrepressible mini-masterpieces.

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