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Saturday 06 March, 7.30pm
Djanogly Recital Hall

Theatre & Dance
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THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE IN 2010 Maximiliano Martin, clarinet Nicholas Korth, horn Maya Koch, violin Douglas Patterson, viola Thomas Carroll, cello Julian Milford, piano MOZART Clarinet Trio, K498 ‘Kegelstatt’ GLINKA Trio Pathétique SCHUBERT Notturno in E flat, D897 DOHNÁNYI Sextet for clarinet, horn, piano and string trio, Op.37 This concert features two of the most well-known and loved works of the chamber repertory, Mozart’s ‘Kegelstatt’ trio for clarinet, viola and piano and Schubert’s attractive adagio ‘Notturno’ for piano trio. In truly Romantic Russian vein, Glinka added a preface to the score of his Trio Pathetique, originally composed for clarinet, bassoon and piano but heard tonight with cello, ‘I have known love only through the unhappiness it causes’. The concert concludes with the rarely performed Sextet by Hungarian composer Ernö Dohnányi. Written in 1935, the work marries pianistic brilliance with a harmonic style reminiscent of Brahms. The concert finishes at approximately 9.15pm