To open the Hall’s 2021 Concert Series, the Jubilee Hall Ensemble presents a programme ranging from familiar gems by Fauré to delightful rarities by Donizetti and William Alwyn, at his
To open the Hall’s 2021 Concert Series, the Jubilee Hall Ensemble presents a programme ranging from familiar gems by Fauré to delightful rarities by Donizetti and William Alwyn, at his wittiest and most elegant!
Jacques Ibert – Deux Interludes for flute violin and harp
Fauré – Berceuse from Dolly Suite for flute, viola and harp
Fauré – Sicilienne from Pelléas et Mélisande, Op. 80
Fauré – Morceau and Berceuse for flute and harp
Jacques Ibert – Entr’acte flute and harp
Donizetti – Sonatine for violin and harp
Tedeschi – Sérénade and Elégie for violin and harp
William Alwyn – French Suite for violin, viola, flute and harp
With the generous support of the William Alwyn Foundation
Kenneth Sillito is one of the UK’s most distinguished violinists. In 1961 he was appointed associate leader of the English Chamber Orchestra, subsequently becoming Leader, a position he held until 1973.
In 1967 Kenneth founded the internationally renowned Gabrieli String Quartet and in 1980, became Artistic Director of The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and Leader of its Chamber Ensemble, touring the world and making many recordings.
Duke Dobing has played as Guest Principal with most of London’s orchestras. He was principal of City of London Sinfonia for 25 years, appearing as soloist throughout the UK and abroad. Solo broadcasts included Radio 3’s series “A Breath of Virtuosity”, playing concertos by Mozart and Osborne. Duke now focuses on chamber music and recitals.
Raphael Hurwitz began his career as section leader of the National Youth Strings Orchestra and the London International Orchestra and formed the London FILMharmonic Orchestra in 2012. His work has taken him around the world as well as performing in independent theatre as a freelance Musical Director.
Miriam Keogh was born in Dublin; as a freelance harpist her career has taken her to many countries including the USA, Europe and the Far East as Guest Principal harpist with London’s leading orchestras. As well as performing chamber music, Miriam enjoys teaching at the Royal Academy of Music, coaching youth orchestras, organising master classes and summer schools and has a busy private teaching practice.
Saturday 29th of May at 11.00 & 14.30 (repeated programme)
Doors open at 10.45 & 14.15
Performances start at 11.00 and 14.30
Available from the Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall Box Office HERE
or Tuesday and Friday from 10-12pm at the AJH corner office
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(Saturday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall