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LCO Soloists @LimeWharf presents “Brother”, an evening centred around the duo, visual art and the pulse, throb and hum of electronic music
LCO Soloists @LimeWharf presents “Brother”, an evening centred around the duo, visual art and the pulse, throb and hum of electronic music

LCO Soloists @LimeWharf presents “Brother”, an evening centred around the duo, visual art and the pulse, throb and hum of electronic music

Friday 29 Nov 2013 19:30

LCO Soloists @LimeWharf presents “Brother”, an evening centred around the duo, visual art and the pulse, throb and hum of electronic music

 

Programme:

Rozalie HIRS – Bridge of Babel

Edmund FINNIS – Brother

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART – Duo in B-flat major for violin and viola K 424

Adagio

Andante cantabile

Andante grazioso

 

Taking Time – A film by Anne Harild with live electronic soundtrack by Edmund Finnis, LCO Composer-in-Association.

 

Tickets £6 in advance here

£10 on the door

 

Performers:

Galya Bisengalieva, a gifted violinist of Kazakh origin, was born into a musical family and began playing at the age of five. She has appeared as soloist with orchestras in both Europe and Asia, performing concertos by Beethoven, Brahms, Bruch and Mendelssohn. She is a deeply committed chamber and orchestral player, and has held the position of concertmaster in several orchestras, which has taken her to prestigious venues such as Column’s Hall, Moscow, The National Centre of the Performing Arts, Mumbai, and the Lincoln and Kennedy Centres in America. She has also led under the baton of such illustrious conductors as Sir Colin Davis, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Vladimir Jurowski. Galya is a founding member of the Gagliano Ensemble.

Future engagements include a performance of Schnittke ‘Concerto Grosso’ with Charlotte Bonneton and the Kazakh State Symphony Orchestra. She plays on a recently commissioned violin by Jürgen Manthey.

 

Charlotte Bonneton is a French violinist and violist and pupil of Gyorgy Pauk with whom she studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London. She performs frequently on both her instruments as part of a classical duo with the violinist Daniel Pioro and is also the violist of the Castalian String Quartet. A winner of the 2nd Prize at the Wieniawski International Violin Competition (Junior Category), Charlotte has performed in many important venues as a soloist and chamber musician, including the Maison de Radio France, the Auditorium du Louvre, the Festival Radio-France in Montpellier, the Wigmore Hall and the Concertgebouw in

Amsterdam.

 

London Contemporary Orchestra website

 

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    Nov . 29 . 2013

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