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Florin Ensemble

1st November 2015 · 5:30pm - 8:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 Florin Ensemble
Guitarist Adam Brown

Adam Brown, guitar

Pre-concert recital at 5.30pm:

Adam Brown guitar

Solo recital presenting an excitingly eclectic variety of works, including dances derived from Latin American street music, kora-inspired African improvisations, and a tender Bulgarian nocturne performed alongside an Appalachian farewell waltz.

Scottish-born Adam Brown has performed throughout Europe, the United States and South America. Recent performances have included solo recitals at the Purcell Room at London’s Southbank Centre, the Bath, Bermuda, Bolivar Hall-London Guitar Festival, and Cheltenham International Guitar Festivals, the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and the International Guitar Festival at Kings Place in London.

Main recital at 6.30pm:

Florin Ensemble

Charles Mutter violin
Alistair Scahill viola
Catherine Rimer cello

Dohnányi: Serenade for String Trio Op. 10 in C
Seiber: Sonata da Camera for violin & cello
Klein: String Trio


Schubert: String Trio Satz in Bb D. 471
Martinů: Madrigal for violin & viola
Beethoven: String Trio Op. 9 No. 3

The London-based Florin Ensemble has developed a reputation across the UK for its engaging performances. They have performed at some of the country’s most vibrant classical venues, including the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham, St. John’s Smith Square, London and The Sage, Gateshead. This concert marks the launch of their new CD Mitteleuropa, which features a collection of music from a selection of Eastern European composers, written in the early twentieth century as a reaction to the challenging political and economic turbulence that the region faced at this time.

Download the event programme in advance to discover more about the performers and works being performed in this concert. |

Tickets: £10. Free entry for people aged 8 – 25 (courtesy of the CAVATINA Ticket Scheme).

Doors: 5.00pm.

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