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Sunday Concerts:
Trio Klein

18th February 2024 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Doors open: 6:00pm

In person

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Sunday Concerts: Trio Klein

Trio Klein, renowned for their innovative programming, return to Conway Hall in a programme that re-imagines music of the 80s – pairing bold arrangements of John Adams’s Short Ride in a Fast Machine (1986) and Duran Duran’s Rio (1982) with trios by Sofia Gubaidulina (1988) and Alfred Schnittke (1983) – and juxtaposes them with music by Bach, the ancestor of these divergent styles. The programme speaks both to audiences who enjoy more traditional performances, and those who are enticed by the combination of repertoire (and, most notably, those who are nostalgic for the 80s!)

Bach to the 80s

John Adams | Arr. Richard Birchall: Short Ride in a Fast Machine
Gubaidulina | String Trio
Duran Duran | Arr. Richard Birchall: Rio
Schnittke | String Trio
Bach | Arr. Sitkovetsky: Goldberg Variations (Aria & Selected variations)

Kamila Bydlowska • violin
Shiry Rashkovsky • viola
Ella Rundle • cello

Age Recommendation

All ages


Standard (advance) £13 | On the door £15 • Concessions/NHS Discount £6 Members £11 Under 26 FREE

Access Information

Due to the age and Grade Il listing of the building, there is no lift access to rooms above the ground floor.

All the ground-floor rooms are fully accessible by wheelchair. Main Hall (street access, step-free), Brockway Room (street access, step-free), Bertrand Russell Room (street access, shallow ramp), Hive Cafe (street access, step-free), There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor opposite the Brockway Room.

If you have any questions regarding your access needs, please get in touch with our team and we will accommodate as best as we can. Get in touch:

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Further Info

Our pop-up bar will be open before and during the interval of the performance, in our foyer. It serves a selection of ethically and sustainably produced drinks.

If you have any accessibility enquiries, please contact us at / 020 7405 1818.

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