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After 35 years, the Schubert Ensemble played its final concert in June of this year, but three of the string players have come together with two special guests for this concert to re-visit one of the last pieces written for the Ensemble, Jeremy Thurlow’s “Sea Cradling”. Either side of this haunting and beautiful string quartet they will play two of the greatest works for string quintet, Mozart’s G minor quintet K.516 and Beethoven’s C major Quintet Op.29.
The concert at Kettle’s Yard features:
Simon Blendis and Tristan Gurney – violins
Douglas Paterson and Rosalind Ventris – violas
Jane Salmon – cello
Tickets are £18 (£5 full time students)
Mozart: String Quintet K516
Jeremy Thurlow: String Quartet, ‘Sea-cradling’
Beethoven: String Quintet Op.29
£18 (£5 students)
8pm, doors open at 7.30pm