12th October 2018

12th October 2018

Review to go here The Aquinas Piano Trio This superb Trio, who are regular visitors to our society, begin the season with a programme that includes a rarely heard piece by the early 20th century Spanish composer Joaquín Turina. Schumann:  Piano Trio No 3 in G minor,...

Oliver Wass & Luba Tunicliffe

The viola and the harp set each other off perfectly. Debussy and Bax added a flute to the mix, but how many composers have explored the possibilities of just the two of them? Inevitably relying on transcriptions to build much of their programme, harpist Oliver Wass...

Michael Foyle & Maxim Štšura

Scottish violinist Michael Foyle and Estonian pianist Maksim Štšura have one of those perfectly meshing musical partnerships that is a joy to hear. Playing Beethoven’s ‘Kreutzer’ Sonata and Franck’s Sonata in A from memory freed them up to focus on their interaction...

Rogeri Ensemble

Exactly how many ensembles does cellist Katherine Jenkinson play with? The latest of her now regular start-of-the-season appearances for Derby Chamber Music was as a member of string quintet the Rogeri Ensemble alongside violinists Simon Smith and Dominic Moore, and...