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Chamber Essentials: Voices of the Past

11 August 2021, 7:00pm



Chamber Essentials: Voices of the Past

11 August 2021, 7:00pm



Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in A minor RV 445
Jacquet de La Guerre Chamber Sonata no 4 in G minor
Telemann Nouveaux quatuors suite no 6 in E minor TWV 43:e4
Chevalier de Saint Georges String Quartet no 3 in G minor
Terrence Wong Anatomy of a Teardrop (world premiere)

Complete this fascinating series of musical discovery with us, as we present the last of the summer Chamber Essentials concerts.

Performed on period instruments, works by Vivaldi and his contemporaries are presented by RCM Historical Performance musicians. Enjoy a concert programme filled with energy and lyricism, as pioneering and highly admired French composer, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, joins this roll call of Baroque masters.

Alongside these early works, we move forward to the Classical era and to a long-neglected composer, Chevalier de Saint Georges. His output was prolific, with his String Quartet no 3 part of a set of six.

Recorded live in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall on 19 May, at the Royal College of Music in London, this is an on-demand broadcast event.

How to watch

This event will be made available to watch on demand on YouTube at the date and time above.

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The RCM's summer season is free to watch online, but the College welcomes gifts of every size to its Scholarships Fund, through which talented young musicians can access world-class education, regardless of their financial means. More than 60% of RCM students currently receive financial support from the College, but with rising tuition fees and costs of living set against a backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, your support is more vital than ever.

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Royal College of Music
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London SW7 2BS

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