Brahms Beethoven – Ulverston
Date: Thursday 11th April 2013 19:30
Venue: Coronation Hall, Ulverston
Two masterpieces of the chamber repertoire are featured in this concert. Brahms’ richly melodic quintet for clarinet and string quartet was one of a number of late works inspired by his meeting with the clarinettist Richard Muhlfeld. Written almost 100 years earlier, Beethoven’s Septet, scored for clarinet, bassoon, horn and string quintet, was one of his most successful and popular works, transcribed for many different forces. It is an endlessly charming and lyrical work, hugely inventive and almost symphonic in scale.
Pre Concert Performance at 6.30pm 1891 – Local young people perform their new opera inspired by the life of Victorian school children at the time of the abolition of fees for primary schooling and the premiere of Brahms’ Clarinet QuintetConcert at 7.30pm
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