Since graduating from The Juilliard School in 1997, Canadian violinist James Ehnes has attracted international acclaim as concerto soloist, recitalist and recording artist.
He returns to Wigmore Hall for a lunchtime programme comprising two works guara
Schubert instinctively knew he would never recover after a long stay in hospital in 1823 and recurrent illness the following year.
The String Quartet in D minor projects his intimations of mortality. Few works have confronted life’s impermanence with
Mendelssohn regarded the first of his three Op. 44 quartets to be among his finest chamber compositions.
It’s certainly among his most charming. The fire and energy of Dvořák ‘Slavonic’ Quartet, unleashed in full measure in its spirited finale,
The prize-winning Emperor Quartet perform Britten's last quartet, composed in 1975, one of Haydn's most popular quartets from the Op. 76 set, and they are joined by the wonderful British pianist Sarah-Beth Briggs to play Brahms's epic F minor Piano Quinte
Rainer Hersch, the irrepressible showman who took the UK by storm in 2013, returns with a new lighthearted journey through a fizzing assortment of music & dance. Join us for a Viennese Party as dancers twirl and whirl in graceful union to music including