Free chamber music Saturday

Harps through the ages


Your last chance this season to hear some of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s best young musicians perform in the Library of Birmingham. Strings, woodwind and brass ensembles present beautiful programmes completely free of charge. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity! Children very welcome.
This month:-

A beautiful selection of harp solos from early baroque melodies to contemporary music played by students of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Georgina Taylor, Helena Bowen, Emily Hopper

O Respighi (1879 to 1936) - Siciliana; J-Ph Rameau (1863 to 1764) - L'egyptienne; A Zabel (1834 to 1910) - La Source; A Roussel (1869 to 1937) - Impromptu;
C Salzedo (1885 to 1961) Selection of movements from Suite of Eight Dances - Gavotte, Polka, Menuet, Rumba; W Mathias (1934 to 1992) - Santa Fe Suite
- Landscape, Nocturne, Sun Dance; S Beamish (1956 to present) - Awuya

When: Saturday 25 May 2019, midday to 1pm

Where: BeatBox, Music Library, Lower Ground Floor

Article posted 21 May 2019

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