Pelléas Ensemble
Flute, harp & viola

Monday 22nd January 2018
7:30pm at the Penrith Methodist Church
Tickets: £16, at the door or in advance.

The Pelléas Ensemble are a young, enterprising trio, playing flute, harp and viola and come to perform at Penrith Methodist Church on Monday 22nd January at 7:30 p.m.

Their programme eschews the obvious French impressionist pieces of the early 20th century for a much wider musical survey, reflecting particularly on modern views of older music. Britten's 'Lachrymae', for instance, is a meditation on a John Dowland song, and Ravel's Tombeau de Couperin makes a ravishing companion piece to the Valses Nobles et Sentimentales which Martin Roscoe so ably played for us in November.

Bax's Elegiac Trio is a 'Celtic' gem, written in response the loss of a number of his friends in the aftermath of the Dublin Easter Rising. The trio will also present a piece specially written for them by Stephen Roberts. We are promised an evocation of Morocco – just the thing for a cold winter's night!

Tickets at £16 (students £2) are available from Lakeland Music, Beckside Books and the Tourist Information Centre in Penrith, or at the door.

Programme

Trio Sonata op.3 no.2 Corelli
Suite Paysanne Hongroise Bartok
Moroccan Sketches Stephen Roberts
Lachrymae Britten
Le Tombeau de Couperin Ravel

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