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Jack Liebeck, Guy Johnston & Sam Haywood

Jack Liebeck, Guy Johnston & Sam Haywood

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Leeds International Chamber Season 2018/19: Schubert and Friends

Jack Liebeck - violin
Guy Johnston - cello
Sam Haywood - piano


Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata Listen
Schubert - Sonatina in A minor Listen 
Mendelssohn - Piano Trio No 1 Listen
Schubert - Notturno Listen

Opening this concert featuring different combinations of violin, cello, and piano is Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata. It was originally written for the arpeggione, an enlarged guitar-like six stringed instrument developed in Vienna around 1823. It was bowed and played vertically like the cello. The instrument itself was short lived but the beautifully lyrical sonata itself survives, most commonly heard in transcriptions for viola or, as in this concert, the cello.

“In this programme, two of the country’s most distinguished string players will join me to perform a Schubert duo each, followed by two trios. The first trio was composed by another great melodist, Felix Mendelssohn. I’ve always loved the drama of the outer two movements, the heart-breaking  enderness of the Andante, and the playful scherzo reminiscent of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The programme will end, unusually, with a gentle nocturne by our hero, Schubert. It is the kind of sublime music which is, in my opinion, impossible to follow.” Sam Haywood - Artistic Director.

This concert is part of the Schubert and Friends series taking place at The Venue:
Tuesday 9 October - Chiaroscuro Quartet 
Tuesday 11 December - Ailish Tynan, Katherine Spencer & Sam Haywood
Tuesday 8 January 2019 - Sam Haywood
Tuesday 19 February 2019 - Elias Quartet
Tuesday 19 March 2019 - Rainer Honeck & Sam Haywood 

View the Schubert and Friends brochure online. 


 

 


PRICES:

Standard A £21, B £19
Over 60s A £19, B £17
Under 18s/students/unwaged A £10.50, B £9.50
(including booking fees)

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