Benjamin Baker and Erdem Misirlioglu

Young Classical Artists Trust

Benjamin Baker Violin
Erdem Misirioglu Piano

Schubert Duo in A for violin and piano, D.574
Ysaye Sonata No. 4, E minor, Op.27 “Fritz Kreisler”
Kreisler Liebesfreud, Liebeslied, Schon Rosmarin
Saint-Saëns Caprice in the form of a waltz in D Flat, Op.52 No.7

Benjamin’s engagements during the 2013/14 season included recitals at Wigmore Hall, the Newbury Spring, Lichfield and Northern Chords Festivals, his debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra, and a performance of the Britten Concerto conducted by Nicholas Collon. He records for Champs Hill Records and in the summer appears as soloist with the Royal New Zealand Ballet company.

YCAT lunchtime concerts

Following on from a superb inaugural series of lunchtime concerts last year, YCAT (the Young Classical Artists Trust) return to The Lantern with a set of performances from some of this country’s most exceptional young musicians. Be among the first to see these maestros in the making.

Young people attend for free with CAVATINA

Young people between the ages of 8 and 25 can attend this concert free of charge with a CAVATINA ticket. These tickets can be collected from box office (please note, to avoid postage charges, they are not available online).

For further information please contact the box office.

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Supported by

  • The Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to UK charities.

  • Young Classical Artists Trust

  • Bringing chamber music to young people and young people to chamber music.

    Young people between the ages of 8 and 25 can attend this concert free of charge with a CAVATINA ticket. Please contact the box office for details.

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