Andrei Gocan Conducts Enescu's Dixtuor for 10 Wind Instruments | ICR London, 1 May, 7pm
Thundering harmonies in our busy chamber hall.
Romanian Cultural Institute and Enescu Society in London cordially invite you to
Thursday 1 May, 7pm
at The Romanian Cultural Institute in London
The Enescu concert hall is taken over by ten wind instruments in the daring initiative of conductor Andrei Gocan to perform the rarely played, but widely admired Enescu's 'Dixtuor'.
The 'Atea' Quintet are:
Alena Lugovkina – flute
Suzie Thorn – oboe
Anna Hashimoto – clarinet
Chris Beagles – horn
Freddie Scadding – bassoon
The 'Notus' Quintet are:
Charlotte Ashton – flute
Eleanor Tinlin – oboe
Jordan Black – clarinet
Carys Evans – horn
Jonathan Davies – bassoon
George Enescu - 'Dixtuor' Op. 14
Ludwig van Beethoven - 'Octet' Op. 103 in E-flat major
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 'Serenade' K. 388 in C minor
Free. Seats allocated on a first come, first served basis.
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