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Alexi Kenney, Violinist

International Musicians Seminar - Autumn Tour 2018

The penultimate concert of this year's autumn tour by the musicians of the International Musicians Seminar, with a varied programme of Haydn, Kurtág, Janácek, Bartók and Schumann.

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BACH SERIES

Sat 21 April

Gonville and Caius College

David Wright
The English harpsichordist, David Wright received no musical training as a child and taught himself to play ‘by ear’. It was not until he was 16 that he had his first piano lesson and learned to read music, later going on to study harpsichord, organ, and viola da gamba as an undergraduate at Trinity College of Music, where he won the Ella Kidney prize for early music. In 2004, he graduated with distinction from the Royal College of Music, where for two consecutive years he won the Richard the Third and Century Fund Prizes. In the same year he also won first prize in the prestigious Broadwood Harpsichord Competition - an international event held biannually at London’s Fenton House, home of the historic Benton Fletcher collection of early keyboard instruments, where he subsequently became artist in residence.
David Wright is a musician of international acclaim who specialises in early keyboard instruments. He pursues an extremely busy career as soloist, chamber musician and continuo player in orchestras and opera companies. As a soloist and accompanist he works regularly with some of the world's leading ensembles and musicians.

GOLDBERG VARIATIONS
Played complete with all repeats


Aria mit verschiedenen Veränderungen

(‘Aria with Diverse Variations’) BWV988



1. Aria (4’12)
2. Variation 1 (1’43)
3. Variation 2 (1’42)
4. Variation 3 (2’13)
5. Variation 4 (1’03)
6. Variation 5 (1’32)
7. Variation 6 (1’42)
8. Variation 7 (2’05)
9. Variation 8 (1’54)
10. Variation 9 (1’48)
11. Variation 10 (1’38)
12. Variation 11 (2’07)
13. Variation 12 (2’34)
14. Variation 13 (4’35)

Interval

15. Variation 14 (2’09)
16. Variation 15 (4’29)
17. Variation 16 (3’11)
18. Variation 17 (2’12)
19. Variation 18 (1’28)
20. Variation 19 (1’36)
21. Variation 20 (1’53)
22. Variation 21 (2’45)
23. Variation 22 (1’23)
24. Variation 23 (2’09)
25. Variation 24 (3’03)
26. Variation 25 (7’54)
27. Variation 26 (2’00)
28. Variation 27 (1’55)
29. Variation 28 (2’17)
30. Variation 29 (2’18)
31. Quodlibet (2’08)
32. Aria da capo (2’40)

Cost: £ 15 / £ 10 conc. / £ 5 children / £ 5 studenst at the door

Enquiries and booking

Booking is optional.

£ 15 / conc. £ 10/ child £ 5 / students £. 5
BOOKING ON-LINE
http://www.neweurope.org.uk/book/

no extra fees

Enquiries: Adrian Tuchel Email: adrian@tuchel.co.uk Telephone: 01223 365571

Timing

All times

Sat 21 April 6:30PM - 8:30PM

Venue

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www.neweurope.org.uk
Address: Gonville and Caius College
Bateman Auditorium
Trinity Street
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 1TA
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