The Next Concert:
Marlborough Piano Quartet with Anna Tilbrook (piano)
Monday 11 October 2021 19:30
Holy Trinity Church, Ripon
Mozart - Piano Concerto No 12 in A K.414
Dvorák - Piano Quintet No 2
The Marlborough Piano Quartet
Anna Tilbrook - Piano
Elise Batnes - 1st Violin
Ellie Fagg - 2nd Violin
Philip Dukes - Viola
Louisa Tuck - Cello
The Piano Quartet in A minor, by Gustav Mahler is the first movement to an abandoned piano quartet and the composer's sole surviving piece of instrumental chamber music.
The A major piano concerto K414 is one of three concertos for which Mozart prepared a version using string quartet accompaniment.
Dvorák's Piano Quintet No 2 is full of expressive lyricism with characteristic song and dance elements from Czech folk music.
The number of individual tickets available for purchase may be limited due to uncertainties about the seating capacity in Holy Trinity Church to ensure appropriate social distancing. Individual tickets will be available for purchase online one month ahead of each concert. Please go to Contacts and send us a message if you would like us to send you an email reminder when tickets for a particular concert become available for purchase
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Ripon Concerts was founded in 1993 as the Cathedral Concert Society and is a Registered Charity. The Society:
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In normal times the six concerts in our season give the opportunity for members and ticket buyers to experience high quality live chamber music. For some people, this is a first-time experience and even seasoned concert goers enjoy hearing unfamiliar repertoire and new compositions. We not only engage experienced and acclaimed musicians but also encourage local and younger performers. Young people attend concerts at heavily discounted prices and children of school age attend free of charge.
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