7-21st August 2021

Our history is punctuated by defining moments which influence the course of humanity and its cultures.

Indeed, we are living through some sort of epoch right now.

Let us give context to this experience by exploring those turning points through the power of music which gave them full expression.

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Violin: Benjamin Baker, Rachel Kolly, Sasha Rhaiklina, Victoria Sayles, Charlotte Scott and Maria Włoszczowska

 

Viola: Timothy Ridout, Bryony Gibson-Cornish, Meghan Cassidy and Simon Tandree

 

Cello: Claude Frochaux, Kate Gould, Alice Neary, Rebecca Gilliver and Jamie Walton

 

Bass: Nikita Naumov

 

Piano: Katya Apekisheva, Alasdair Beatson, James Baillieu and Daniel Lebhardt

 

Clarinet: Matthew Hunt

Bassoon: Amy Harman

 

Oboe: Nicholas Daniel

 

Flute: Claire Wickes

 

Mezzo soprano: Anna Huntley

 

Tenor: James Gilchrist

Jubilee String Quartet

 

For the first time this year, we will also be staging a series of five Young Artists Recitals, showcasing young talent from the Royal Academy of Music.

 

The ensembles are: Salwa Quartet, Hill Quartet, Jubilee Quartet, Asyla Oboe Quartet, and Trio Mazzolini. The venue will be confirmed in the summer.