It is with great regret that this concert has had to be cancelled. We sincerely apologise for the disappointment this will cause our audiences but hope you will understand that the decision to cancel has the primary aim of ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of our artists, musicians, staff, audiences and the community at large.
Rondo in G major, WoO 41
Violin Sonata No. 2 in D major
Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 6 in A major, Op. 30 No. 1
Rondo brilliant in B minor, D. 895
Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 7 in C minor Op. 30 No. 2
Carmine Lauri violin
Eva Bindere violin
Simon Hester piano
Beethoven may have been the original ‘influencer’, but he was also an impressionable artist himself. In this recital Carmine Lauri and Eva Bindere present a sonata by one of the composer’s most significant teachers, Joseph Haydn, and the composer for whom Beethoven cleared so many paths, Franz Schubert. From the man himself, we hear two vital middle-period sonatas: No. 6, coloured by the tender charms of Classicism, and then one of his most profoundly original works, the Violin Sonata No. 7. It is a score that combines theatrical vitality, insistent vigour and long-breathed lyricism in one unequivocal statement.
The concert is scheduled to end at approximately 21.35