ChamberMusicBox | Crewkerne, 3 June 2023
3 June @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm£18
Philip Haworth, oboe
Yuri Kalnits, violin
Matthew Kettle, viola
Julia Morneweg, cello
SCHUBERT String Trio in Bb major D471
Elizabeth MACONCHY Oboe Quartet (1972)
KODALY Intermezzo for string trio
MOZART Oboe Quartet in F major K370
ELGAR Andante sostenuto & Allegro for oboe quartet
SIBELIUS Suite for String Trio in A major
Richard Rodney BENNETT Oboe Quartet (1975)
Saturday 3 June, 7.30PM
The Dance House, Gouldsbrook View, North Street, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18 7AL
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Friday 2 June, 11.30AM
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Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR
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Friday 2 June, 7.30PM
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Sunday 4 June, 3PM
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We are delighted to welcome CHAMBERMUSICBOX to Concerts in the West for the first time.
Described as ‘an open, imaginative and technically impeccable group that it would be folly not to follow’, CHAMBERMUSICBOX was founded in 2016 when a group of leading international musicians came together from across Europe to perform a series of chamber music concerts in London.
Its Artistic Directors, violinist YURI KALNITS and cellist JULIA MORNEWEG, had a vision to explore and perform a vast spectrum of chamber music repertoire with their like-minded and exceptionally talented friends, to promote mutual respect and empathy in the community through music-making of rare passion and generosity, and for audiences to be part of that shared experience.
In the first four seasons, more than 50 artists from 20 different nations performed over 60 chamber works ranging from duos to nonets, with the impressive line-up including numerous principal players from top British and European orchestras, renowned soloists and members of
leading chamber music ensembles.