Mucha Nase Cesta
Duruflé Prelude, Recitative and Variations for flute, viola and piano
Emily Beynon flute
Timothy Ridout viola
Timothy Gibbs double bass
Andrew West piano
Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change
Virtusoso flautist Emily Beynon plays as first among equals, making rare and beautiful chamber music the focus of a very personal Artist Spotlight.
Once upon a time an artist of Emily Beynon’s calibre and distinction might have been described as flute royalty; but as principal flute of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Beynon is too inquisitive, too spontaneous, and too generous for that. Typically, she’s chosen to share her Artist Spotlight with colleagues, playing chamber music by Geraldine Mucha, Maurice Duruflé and Erwin Schulhoff: the bristling, jazz-influenced Concertino of 1925. Expect melodies with bite, from a virtuoso without bounds.
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The majority of our seats are no longer socially-distanced, however some rows of seats in the stalls remain configured in socially-distanced singles and pairs, for those that would prefer to use them. All seats are unallocated – you may book for stalls or balcony, and are then free to sit wherever you wish.
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