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Ensemble 360

Group type: Ensembles
  • Tuesday 6 November
    12.45 – 1.45pm
Ticket typeCost
Full price£14
Disabled & Unemployed£10
Students & Under 35s£5

Enjoy world-class performances in this short lunchtime concert

Schumann’s first two violin sonatas were written in 1851, the same year as his popular Third Symphony, the Rhenish. His clear intent in the A minor sonata was to prioritise the lyricism and expressivity that is characteristic of his chamber pieces from this period. Brahms’ Horn Trio was composed on a summer visit to the Black Forest region in 1865. In this majestic work, and perhaps inspired by his surroundings, Brahms stated a preference for using an old-fashioned Waldhorn (forest horn) for its characteristic mellow, rounded tone.

Programme

  • SCHUMANN: Violin Sonata No.1 in A minor Op.105
  • BRAHMS: Horn Trio in E flat Op.40

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