Pianist Martin Roscoe returns with a new programme curated with internationally acclaimed violinist, Fenella Humphreys.
On the 100th anniversary of the death of Gabriel Fauré, this intimate concert celebrates the composer’s lyrical romanticism with works from the 1870s to the 1890s, including the great first Sonata. Saint-Saëns’ own first Sonata and Ravel’s one movement Sonata Posthume complete a programme that will transport you to the magic of fin-de-siècle Paris.
Of his Fauré playing, Gramophone praised Martin’s “irresistible momentum in the outer movements, matching the composer’s unstoppable flow of ideas”, while The Scotsman applauded Fenella’s ”golden precision and effortless virtuosity”.
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