Sun 26 Apr 2020,
Programme to include pieces by:
and Contemporary composers
Flauti d'echo is a truly outstanding young recorder duo who are joined by talented early music players in a programme that celebrates the arrival of spring. Cheeky cuckoos, blossoming flowers, dancing shepherds and buffeting winds frame a beautiful pastoral aria by J.S. Bach.
Formed by recorder players Tabea Debus and Olwen Foulkes, Flauti d’echo create repertoire for the recorder through their own arrangements of fifteenth-eighteenth century music and new commissions. They won the Nancy Nuttal Early Music Prize for Chamber music in 2016. They have performed in chamber music festivals including Newbury Spring Festival and in venues such as Wigmore Hall, Handel&Hendrix House London, St. John’s Smith Square, and Somerset House.
Duration: 2 hours with interval
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