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Tippett Quartet with Alissa Firsova (piano)

Mendelssohn String Quartet in E flat Op12
Alissa Firsova Tennyson Fantasy (premiere)
Dvořák Piano Quintet in A, Op. 81

John Mills violin
Jeremy Isaac violin
Lydia Lowndes-Northcott viola
Bozidar Vukotic cello
with Alissa Firsova piano and Finbar Lynch actor

Regular visitors to LCMS concerts, the Tippett Quartet performs Mendelssohn’s exuberant early E-flat major quartet, and are joined by the rising star pianist, composer and conductor Alissa Firsova in Dvořák’s beautiful and ever-popular piano quintet. In between these two master-works, we hear Firsova as composer, in the premiere of her new Tennyson-inspired string quartet. Celebrated actor Finbar Lynch recites poetry for this piece.


Clock6.30pm Sunday, 27th November 2016

Foyer Performance, FREE - Ioannis Theodoridis (guitar) - Sunday 27th November, 5.45pm

Dyens Tango en Skaï
Rodrigo Tres Piezas Española
Kaspar Mertz Bardenklänge, Op. 13, Vol. 3: An die Entfernte
Piazzolla La Muerte del Angel

Recently awarded the National Music Award of the Royal Musical Academy in Sweden, guitarist Ioannis Theodoridis is a recent graduate from the Master of Performance program at the Royal College of Music in London where he was a scholar of the Gålö Foundation, the Helge Ax:son Johnson’s Foundation, and the Royal Music Academy of Sweden. He has performed at Sweden’s most prestigious venue, the Stockholm Concert House, and has been broadcast on Swedish Radio P2.

Tonight he will perform a varied programme of old and new music for guitar, including a work by Mendelssohn’s contemporary, Johann Kaspar Mertz.




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