United Kingdom Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms: Nash Ensemble / Martyn Brabbins (conductor), Wigmore Hall, London, 12.1.2019. (CS)
What do you understand by the word ‘history’? This simple question, but one which will inevitably prompt multifarious and complex responses, was the origin of the title of Richard Causton’s new orchestral work, Ik zeg: NU (which translates from Dutch as ‘I say: NOW’), which was commissioned by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and will be premiered by the orchestra and their chief conductor Sakari Oramo at the Barbican Hall later this month.
United Kingdom Schubert & Brahms: Tasmin Little (violin), Piers Lane (piano), Wigmore Hall, London, 9.1.2019. (CS)
United Kingdom Baroque at the Edge [II]: Elicia Silverstein (violin), St James Clerkenwell, London, 5.1.2019. (CS)
United Kingdom Brahms, Ysaÿe, Adams: Augustin Hadelich (violin), Charles Owen (piano), Wigmore Hall, London, 10.12.2018. (CS)
United Kingdom Herrmann, Korngold, Gershwin, Ravel: Escher Quartet (Adam Barnett-Hart & Danbi Um [violins], Pierre Lapointe [viola], Brook Speltz [cello]), Wigmore Hall, London, 3.12.2018. (CS)
United Kingdom Grieg, Glass, Saint-Saëns: Tai Murray (violin), Silke Avenhaus (piano), Wigmore Hall, London, 26.11.2018. (CS)
United Kingdom Tanaka, Schulhoff, Shostakovich, Brubeck, Crumb: Brodsky Quartet (Daniel Rowland & Ian Belton [violins], Paul Cassidy [viola], Jacqueline Thomas [cello]), Kings Place, London, 18.11.2018. (CS)