Pre concert talk 6.45pm
Claire Holden, Principal Investigator of the AHRC funded Transforming 19th-Century Historically Informed Performance project at the Faculty of Music discusses approaches to performing early 19th-century arrangements with members of Boxwood and Brass.
The Harmonie in Beethoven’s Vienna
A rare chance to hear this extraordinary harmonie version of Beethoven’s symphony on instruments of the early 19th century, exactly 200 years after it was issued by the composer’s publisher. Leading specialists Boxwood & Brass place this tour-de-force in context alongside contemporary works for wind ensemble.
Boxwood & Brass:
Rachel Chaplin, Nicola Barbagli, classical oboe
Emily Worthington, Fiona Mitchell, classical clarinet
Anneke Scott, Kate Goldsmith, natural horn
Robert Percival, Takako Kunugi, classical bassoon
Jacqueline Dossor, Double Bass
Boieldieu arr. anon: Overture Jean de Paris (1812/1816)
Triebensee Partita in Eb (c. 1805)
Beethoven arr. anon: Symphony No. 7 (1812/1816)