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Fibonacci Sequence

13th January 2019 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 Fibonacci Sequence

Poulenc Flute Sonata
Barber Summer Music for wind quintet Op.31
Mozart Quintet in E flat for piano and winds K452
Mozart Fantasy No.3 in D minor K397
Poulenc Sextet FP 100

Ileana Ruhemann (flute)
Christopher O’Neal (oboe)
Anthony Pike (clarinet)
Julie Andrews (bassoon)
Richard Bayliss (horn)
Kathron Sturrock (piano)

Conway Hall regulars, the ‘Fibs’ present a programme bringing together winds and piano, from Mozart to Poulenc. Kathron Sturrock opens the second half of the concert with Mozart’s brooding, yearning D minor Fantasy, offering a complete contrast to his only work for piano and winds, the great E flat quintet.

Kathron Sturrock and her colleagues will return to the stage after their performance, for a post-concert question and answer session, offering the opportunity to ask the musicians questions about all elements of the rehearsal and performance process.

The Fibonacci Sequence has long been admired as one of this country’s most distinguished chamber ensembles and in 2019 they will be celebrating their 25th anniversary. They are regular contributors to BBC Radio 3, and the ensemble members appear at the world’s leading festivals and venues – most of them are also on the faculties of leading conservatoires in the UK and abroad. A trio of violin, trumpet and piano recently toured China in a programme of concerts and workshops, and appearances this year include a visit to the Shaldon Festival, two concerts at the 40th Anniversary of the Petworth Festival, along with our return for the fourth time to the Buxton Festival.

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