Available until 24th April
As part of the Fresh Horizons concert series.
Celebrating 10 years of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Music Competition, the inaugural winners, the Piatti Quartet, make a prestigious return to the St Martin’s digital stage. Now a distinguished and multi-award-winning ensemble, the Piatti Quartet share their passionate interpretations of string quartets by Beethoven and Dvořák alongside Purcell’s baroque masterpiece Chacony in G minor.
Purcell – Chacony in G minor
Beethoven – String Quartet Op 18 No 1 in F
Dvořák– String Quartet No 12 in F ‘American’
Michael Trainor, Rebecca Chan Violin
Tetsuumi Nagata Viola
Jessie Ann Richardson Cello
How to watch the online concert
You can watch the performance from 7.30pm on Thursday 25 March and it will be available to watch as many times as you like for the following 30 days. Your access details will be sent to you 24 hours before the performance starts, with full details of how to watch the concert.
Our thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund, for supporting the Fresh Horizons concert series at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
The Piatti Quartet and St Martin-in-the-Fields church are closely following government guidance and each concert will adhere accordingly to the latest advice.
Dates, Times & Book
|Thu 25 Mar||7:30 PM||£10||Book|
Other things to do
A traditional selection of Christmas carols sung by candlelight at the Royal Parish Church of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
The night before lockdown in March 2020, members of St Martin’s Voices gathered in a dimly lit St Martin-in-the-Fields for one final time to record the music for a service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, broadcast to the nation on the BBC. The service opened with the hymn ‘Lord of all hopefulness’.
Bass George Cook presents a selection of choral jazz and close-harmony arrangements, inspired by some of his favourite artists and arrangers, offering the perfect tunes for a balmy summer evening.
Soprano Maisie Hulbert shares music on the themes of isolation and nature, drawing on repertoire she has found meaningful in her experience of conducting singing workshops in prisons.
Soprano Susannah Hill explore folksongs of the British Isles, through arrangements that reflect both her personal musical journey and our collective folk heritage.