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Sacconi String Quartet

Haydn String Quartet in F minor, Op. 20 No. 5 (Hob. III:35)
Vaughan Williams String Quartet No. 1 in G minor (1908-09)
Beethoven String Quartet No. 15 in A minor, Op. 132

Sacconi Quartet
Ben Hancox 
violin
Hannah Dawson violin
Robin Ashwell viola
Cara Berridge cello

The celebrated Sacconi Quartet open the LCMS 2014 season with Haydn’s haunting ‘sturm und drang’ early F minor quartet, the fifth of his famous Opus 20 series, ending with a clever and spirited fugue. Their programme continues with the first of Vaughan Williams’ two quartets, composed in 1908, and is completed with Beethoven’s late great A minor quartet.

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Clock6.30pm Sunday, 5th October 2014

Pre-Concert Event: Andrews Massey Duo - Sunday 5th October, 5.45pm

Schubert arr Boehm/Massey  “Standchen”, “Die Taubenpost”, “Das Fischermadchen”
Mozart arr Andrews/Massey Sonata in C major, K330  (Allegro Moderato, Andante Cantabile, Allegretto)

Emily Andrews (flautist) and David Massey (guitarist) met at the Royal Academy of Music in 2009 and have played together as a duo for 5 years. Tunnell Trust Award Winners 2012-2013, and three-times Semi-finalists in the Royal Overseas League competition, they have performed recitals all over the UK, including Wigmore Hall, St Martin in the Fields, St James Piccadilly, Colston Hall and Lytham St Annes, and abroad in Italy and Sweden.
Emily and David play many different styles of music, and like to programme familiar favourites with lesser-known works. They have released three CDs together, “…from the Roots”, “Make Merry” and “Stolen Serenades”, all of their own arrangements of traditional repertoire from classical and folk worlds. For more information please see their website: www.andrewsmasseyduo.com

Their programme today follows the classical Viennese theme of the Beethoven and Haydn which the Sacconi Quartet will play. Mozart was Haydn’s direct contemporary, Schubert; Beethoven’s.

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