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Beethoven Begins 'Pupils & Friends'
Dates: 11th September 2013
Times: Pre-concert talk 7pm, concert starts 7:30pm
Prices: £12.50
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This concert will celebrate the launch of Peter Sheppard Skaerved/Aaron Shorr's new disc of Beethoven Sonatas on the Metier/Divine Art label.
This CD, the 5th in their series Beethoven Explored will be available, along with the four other volumes (the complete violin/piano sonatas, plus works by Beethoven's colleagues) for only £5 per CD with a ticket.

Also from the Kreutzers:

On October 11th, The Kreutzer Quartet are presenting the finale of their year long ACE Dover Project at Dover Town Hall. This will feature a new poem by Malene Sheppard Skaerved, a new composition by Nigel Clarke, Mihailo Trandafilovski's Diptych (Violin Concerto No 2), premiered at Wilton's and "a painting for Dover", by artist Joanna Jones. Find out more here >
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Join us for a night of classical music with the Kreutzer Quartet, featuring music from Beethoven and the world premiere of Sadie Harrison's Gallery

Beethoven C minor Quartet Op 18 No 4
Beethoven Beethoven Variations WoO 40 ‘Se vuol Ballare’ (Figaro)
Beethoven E Flat Major Sonata Op 12 No 3
Beethoven Variations Op 121a ‘Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu’
Sadie Harrison ‘Gallery’ 2012 (World Premiere)
With Aaron Shorr, Piano (Head of Piano-Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)
This concert will launch Metier Records, Beethoven ExploredDisc 5

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full Beethoven Begins series

Kreutzer Quartet

The members of the pioneering Kreutzer Quartet are the dedicatee of countless new works by composers including Michael Finnissy, David Matthews, Judith Weir, Judith Bingham, Poul Ruders, Robert Saxton, Jorg Widmann, Hans Werner Henze, George Rochberg, and many others. The quartet have recorded cycles of works by Matthews, Elliott Schwartz, Michael Tippett, Roberto Gerhard and Jeremy Dale Roberts, to name just a few. Although the quartet is in demand at major festivals from the Venice Biennale to the Bergen Festpillerne, Wilton's Music Hall is the heart of their activity. Over the past few years they have relished the opportunity to work in its wonderful acoustic and to develop and uniquely lively relationship with the audience there, and have developed an eclectic programming style in response to this unique venue.

Beethoven's Op 18 Quartets Live from Wilton’s Music Hall
As part of Beethoven Begins, 22nd May 2013

Engineer-Jonathan Haskell (Astounding Sounds)

Op 18 No 1 F Major
Allegro con brio

Adagio affettuoso ed appasionato


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