Cavatina free ticket scheme
Saturday 20 March 7.30pm
sArAh-JAne brAndon (soprAno) And
JAmes bAillieu (piAno)
SCHUBERT An die untergehende Sonne – Die junge Nonne – Nacht und Träume
CAVATINA brings Young People to Chamber Music and Chamber Music to Young People
SCHUBERT Impromptu in B flat major, D 935 (piano solo)
The CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust sponsors a limited number of FREE WOLF Kennst du das Land?
tickets for children from 8 years old and students up to 22 (with ID) at this VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Silent Noon – Love’s Last Gift
venue. Those aged 8-15 years must be accompanied by an adult who will STRAUSS Morgen – Ständchen – Befreit – Allerseelen – Cäcilie
GOTTSCHALK Grand Scherzo – Tournament Galop (piano solos)
be admitted at the student discounted price.
QUILTER Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal – Music, when Soft Voices Die – Love’s
Chamber Music in Plymouth
To apply please contact: Philosophy
Sponsored by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust
Alice Li Tel: 01752 588017
Please give details of name of child, date of birth, address, school attended, Sarah-Jane originates from Cape Town, where she James was born in South Africa and graduated
and date of concert for which a ticket is requested.
completed a Performer’s Diploma in Opera. While with distinction from the University of Cape Town
undertaking postgraduate studies at the RCM in 2004 where he was awarded all the piano
and the Benjamin Britten International Opera prizes. In 2005 he received a full scholarship, the
Further information: Schools she won many major prizes. In April 2009 Avery Picker Award, from the Royal Academy of
Tel: 01752 588017 8.30am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday Sarah-Jane won first prize in the Kathleen Ferrier Music in London and was the 2007-08 Hodgson
Awards. Sarah-Jane toured China as soprano Junior Fellow. He is a regular pianist and coach in October 2009 – April 2010
Enquiries on the day of the concert: soloist in December 2007 with the Amadeus Italy and Spain. James has participated in many
Tel: 01752 588406 after 6.30pm Orchestra and has performed extensively in master classes and his performances at home
...the ‘Wigmore Hall Experience’ without the hassle!
Post completed booking form to: the UK. She was supported in 2008-09 by the and abroad have included solo and chamber
Countess of Munster Musical Trust. recitals and BBC broadcasts.
alicE li, Marketing and communications Directorate
University of Plymouth, Drake circus, Plymouth, Pl4 8aa Saturday 17 april 7.30pm
the WihAn QuArtet THE SHERWEll cENTRE
NB: please enclose a stAmped Addressed envelope for postal receipt of your tickets. Leos Cepicky (violin) Jiri Zigmund (viola)
Jan Schulmeister (violin) Ales Kasprik (cello) THE UNiVERSiTY OF PlYMOUTH
BEETHOVEN String Quartet in C minor, Op 18 No 4
I enclose a cheque made payable to ‘Plymouth Chamber Music Trust’ for MENDELSSOHN String Quartet in E minor, Op 44 No 2
in association with the
DVORÁK String Quartet in D minor, Op 34
£ Pay by Mastercard/Access/Visa or Debit card Sponsored by The Cavatina Music Trust University of Plymouth
The Wihan Quartet, formed in 1985, will be repeated this cycle at Blackheath Halls, London.
Cardholder’s name celebrating its 25th anniversary during 2010. “Their unanimity of conception was admirably
The quartet’s outstanding reputation for the and readily apparent in the opening concert”
interpretation of its native Czech heritage and Musical Opinion. “This was an outstanding recital.
Address of the many classical, romantic and modern The performance of the first of the expansive
masterpieces of the string quartet repertoire is Razumovsky Quartets, Opus 59 was inspired
widely acknowledged. and gripping from beginning to end.” Musical
During 2008 the quartet completed the first ever
cycle of Beethoven Quartets in Prague and also
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Security code (last 3 numbers back of card)
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Saturday 3 October 7.30pm Saturday 5 December 7.30pm Tickets are available to students and the registered
bAdKe QuArtet the frith piAno QuArtet unemployed at the discounted price of £8.
Heather Badke (violin) Jon Thorne (viola) Benjamin Frith (piano) Louise Williams (viola)
Emma Parker (violin) Jonathan Byers (cello) Robert Heard (violin) Richard Jenkinson (cello) concessions:
HAYDN String Quartet in G major, Op 76 No 1 MOZART Piano Quartet in G minor, K 478 • 10% for a subscription of 6 concerts
BARTÓK String Quartet No 3 MARTINU Piano Quartet No 1 (1942)
• 15% for a subscription of 7 concerts
SCHUMANN String Quartet in A major, Op 41 No 3 LEKEU Piano Quartet (completed by Vincent d’Indy)
SCHUMANN Piano Quartet in E flat, Op 47 • 20% for a subscription of all 8 concerts
sponsored by the university of plymouth
Additional tickets for particular concerts at full price may be booked on this form.
The Badke Quartet is widely recognised as This season the quartet has made its debut in The group has performed the complete piano by Sir Simon Rattle as Associate Leader.
one of Britain’s finest young string quartets. Vienna, performed in France and Scotland and quartets of many major composers. Benjamin Louise began her career as a violinist and a founder Subscription discounts are not available on tickets already reduced for students
Winner of the 1st prize and audience prize at undertaken a Music Network Tour in Ireland. In studied with Fanny Waterman. His international member of the Endellion Quartet but was diverted
the 5th Melbourne International Chamber Music 2009 the quartet returns to the Wigmore Hall and career expanded after the award of a Gold to the viola in order to join the Chilingirian Quartet.
and the registered unemployed who may obtain tickets by personal application
Competition in 2007, the quartet has received King’s Place, London’s newest chamber music Medal at the 1989 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Richard started to play the cello at the age of at the reception office of the University of Plymouth (in the Smeaton Building)
widespread acclaim for its energetic and vibrant venue. Masters Competition in Israel. Robert began his five and whilst at the Guildhall he won all the on production of a student or UB40 card, or other evidence.
performances and currently holds the Senior orchestral career with the Royal Philharmonic cello and chamber music prizes. In 1998 he
Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellowship at the Orchestra. In 1990 he was invited to join the was appointed principal cello with the City of
Royal Academy of Music. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. last day for subscription discount: 1st September 2009
Saturday 24 October 7.30pm Saturday 30 January 7.30pm Concert details can be found and from which copies of this brochure
the AQuinAs piAno trio ArisA fuJitA (violin), richArd bAyliss (horn) at www.plyclassical.co.uk and also can be downloaded. Programme notes
Ruth Rogers (violin) Katherine Jenkinson (cello) And sAm hAyWood (piAno) www.plymouth.ac.uk/events (Events for concerts from 1995 onwards will
Martin Cousins (piano) Highlights page) to which programme gradually be added to the University
BEETHOVEN Horn Sonata in F major, Op 17
HAYDN Piano Trio in G, Hob.X:25 (‘Gypsy Rondo’) notes will be added prior to each concert of Plymouth website.
BEETHOVEN Violin Sonata in C minor, Op 30 No 2
DEBUSSY Piano Trio in G
BRAHMS Scherzo for Violin and Piano in C minor
BRACEY Desert Song (1997)
BRAHMS Horn Trio in E flat major, Op 40
MENDELSSOHN Piano Trio No 2 in C minor, Op 66 Details of the CAVATINA free ticket scheme are on the reverse of this page.
A new, exciting and ambitious chamber group. prestigious venues as the Wigmore Hall, the As international soloists and chamber musicians horn and strings, and the York Bowen Quintet.
Ruth has worked as a duo with Martin for several Royal Albert Hall, South Bank Centre, Barbican they have come together to play Brahms’ seminal He has recorded with the Golden Section Brass.
years and has also played extensively with Hall and Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. work the Horn Trio Op 40. Arisa, International Sam partners the cellist Steven Isserlis and has
Katherine in the Iuventus Quartet. Prize Winner and member of the Fujita Piano collaborated with the concert master of the FULL SUBSCRIPTION ADDITIONAL
They are all major prizewinners from a number
All three players are established solo artists of important competitions, have performed
Trio, regularly attends the IMS Prussia Cove, has Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and musicians of GROUP DATE TICKET
given recitals at the Wigmore Hall and performed the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester, Kuss and
in their own right and have vast experience of concertos with the country’s leading orchestras,
concertos in all the major London venues. Alberni Quartets, Adrian Brendel and the Galliard
the chamber music repertoire. Between them chamber music at festivals throughout Europe NO. £ NO. £
Richard, a member of the Galliard Wind Ensemble, Ensemble.
they have an outstanding array of awards and and have played all over the world, including
has recently performed the Mozart Quintet for badke 3 Oct 2009 £ 15
achievements and have performed at such recent concerts in Indonesia and Thailand.
Saturday 27 February 7.30pm Aquinas 24 Oct 2009 £ 15
Saturday 14 November 7.30pm the bArbirolli QuArtet And simon crAWford-phillips maggini 14 Nov 2009 £ 15
the mAggini QuArtet Rakhi Singh (violin) Ella Brinch (viola)
Gina McCormack (violin) Martin Outram (viola) Katie Stillman (violin) Ashok Klouda (cello) frith 5 Dec 2009 £ 15
BRIDGE Three Idylls for String Quartet
David Angel (violin) Michael Kaznowski (cello) fujita/bayliss/haywood 30 Jan 2010 £ 15
BRITTEN String Quartet No 2 in C major, Op 36
HAYDN String Quartet in C major, Op 54 No 2 DELIUS Late Swallows barbirolli/crawford-phillips 27 Feb 2010 £ 15
RUBBRA String Quartet No 3, Op 112 ELGAR Piano Quintet in A minor, Op 84
MENDELSSOHN String Quartet No 1 in E flat major, Op 12 Sponsored by The Foster Charitable Trust brandon/baillieu 20 Mar 2010 £ 15
sponsored by the foster charitable trust
The quartet is known for its diverse, prolific inclusion in the ‘Rising Stars’ series. Wihan 17 Apr 2010 £ 15
The Maggini Quartet is one of the finest British The quartet appears regularly in prestigious repertoire and dynamic approach to performance,
Simon is developing an unusually diverse career TOTAL
string quartets renowned for their championship concert series at home and abroad and are with The Strad commenting on their “superbly
as soloist, chamber musician, song accompanist
of British repertoire. The commitment to new frequent media broadcasters. They hold several realised performance” with “precision of LESS DISCOUNT 10% FOR 6, 15% FOR 7, 20% FOR ALL 8 CONCERTS
and conductor. A founding member of the
music has led to many important commissions. UK residencies and have an international ensemble at formidable rates of energy”. In LAST DAY FOR SUBSCRIPTION DISCOUNT 1 SEPTEMBER 2009
Kungsbacka Piano Trio, Simon joined the BBC For payment and
In 2008 the quartet premiered works by Ronald reputation as chamber music coaches. 2008, the quartet’s achievements included
New Generation Scheme in 2000. He holds a Additional tickets TOTAL
Corp and Roxanna Panufnik and in 2009 they will winning a Tunnell Trust Award, being chosen for return details,
teaching position at the Gothenburg Conservatory
perform a new quartet by Robert Simpson. the Countess of Munster Musical Trust Recital please see overleaf.
and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. TOTAL COST
Scheme and, most prestigiously, their selection
by the European Concert Halls Organisation for