ARIEL


Oxford Chamber Music Festival 2018

Shakespeare’s magical and mysterious spirit of the air, Ariel, is portrayed by Sally Beamish’s own instrument, the viola, in a companion-piece to her ballet The Tempest. The still air of a moonlit night is captured in Beethoven’s septet and in Sam Lee’s very personal re-workings of traditional folksong. Beethoven also provides earthy rustic dance, and Schubert’s famous Trout swims through a heady champagne fizz. Sam Lee sings Moon shines bright; Jasper Sea; Soul Cake; Airdog | Schubert ‘Trout’ Quintet | Sally Beamish Ariel | Beethoven Septet op 20. 

With Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Sam Lee, Chi-Chi Nwanoku, Pieter Wispelwey, Reto Bieri, Vladimir Mendelssohn and Natacha Kudritskaya.

Duration: 2 hours 15mins with no interval

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Festival Pass: £165
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10% Discount when you book 4 or more tickets for this event. (Discount will automatically apply in your basket.)

£165 Rover Ticket is also available to book which gets you access to all 2018 OCMF events excluding Sunday 7th October. Not available onlineplease call 01865 305 305 to book.

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