Stephen Johnson & English Piano Trio

Triumph Over Tyranny Chamber Concert

Stephen Johnson Insight
Max Bruch ‘Kol Nidrei’ for solo cello
Saint-Saëns Trio No.1 in F

Berlioz once impishly observed that Saint-Saëns “knows everything but lacks inexperience”, and his bubbly, urbane Trio is the sunshine dispelling the shadows falling on Bruch’s impassioned ‘Adagio on two Hebrew Melodies’ – the perfect, intimate mirror to Würth Philharmonic’s season farewell on 8th June.

Tickets: £8 or £5 incl. bf when bought with a ticket to Würth Philharmonic Orchestra

Free tickets for 8-25 year olds with CAVATINA
Young people aged 8 to 25 can obtain free tickets to this concert. – just ask for a CAVATINA ticket at the Box Office. Proof of age may be required. CAVATINA tickets are not available online

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