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Tamsin Waley-Cohen & Huw Watkins

Beethoven Sonata for Piano & Violin in D, Op. 12 No. 1
Debussy Sonata for Violin & Piano in D
Sibelius Five Pieces, Op. 81
Elgar Sonata for Violin & Piano in E minor, Op. 82

Tamsin Waley-Cohen violin
Huw Watkins piano

A concert given by the celebrated violin and piano duo, whose recent CD release An American in Paris has been enthusiastically received by the critics. They couple Beethoven’s first sonata, written in the late 1790s, with the beautiful Debussy and Elgar sonatas and Sibelius’s Op.81 pieces – all completed within a year of each other at the end of the First World War.

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Clock6.30pm Sunday, 9th March 2014

Pre-concert Foyer performance - Consone Quartet - Sunday 9th March, 5.45pm

Agata Daraskaite violin
Magdalena Loth-Hill violin
Louisa Tatlow viola
George Ross cello

The Consone Quartet was founded in 2012 by students at the RCM. The quartet strives to recreate the classical sound worlds of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert through period instrument performance. Recent highlights include a feature in the BBC radio 3 programme  “Between the Ears” and the Century Fund Prize in the RCM Historical Performance Competition. The Consone Quartet looks forward to travelling to Bolivia in April to perform with the Arakaendar Choir, directed by Ashley Solomon. The quartet have chosen Beethoven’s op.18 no.2 as it was written in 1798, the same year as his first three violin sonatas, op.12. Around this time Beethoven was exploring intricate and evermore challenging string writing and pushing the boundaries of the genres, a characteristic of both the early violin sonatas and quartets.

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