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Fri, 04 Oct

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Music Room

Emmanuel Bach and Jenny Stern

Join Emmanuel Bach (violin) and Jenny Stern (piano) for a wonderful evening of classical music.

Emmanuel Bach and Jenny Stern
Emmanuel Bach and Jenny Stern

Time & Location

04 Oct 2024, 19:30 – 21:30

Music Room, 11-15 Fye Bridge St, Norwich NR3 1LJ, UK

About the event

Join Emmanuel Bach (violin) and Jenny Stern (piano) for a wonderful evening of classical music.

Emmanuel won the Royal Over-Seas League Strings Competition and has performed at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Wigmore Hall, De Montfort Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, St James Piccadilly, St John’s Smith Square and St George's Bristol. He has performed as a co-soloist with Anne-Sophie Mutter in JS Bach’s Double Concerto and has performed live and been broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

Emmanuel has performed concerti with conductors such as David Hill MBE, Jonathan Willcocks, Maxim Vengerov and Ken Woods. He has played at festivals in the UK, Europe, USA and South Africa. He studied at Magdalen College, Oxford and the Royal College of Music. His CD with Jenny Stern, ‘Lennox In Paris’, was described by Pizzicato as 'an intense journey through time'.

South-African-born pianist Jenny Stern has recorded for radio and television in Europe and her home country. She made her debut playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto K450, with the conductor Alberto Bolet. Following studies at the Royal College of Music with Lamar Crowson, she completed a Masters in South Africa, winning the prestigious Emma Smith Overseas Scholarship for further study.

 

She has performed extensively in the UK and abroad. In South Africa, her major performances include acclaimed live broadcasts of Rachmaninoff’s First Concerto and the Grieg Concerto, and concertos with all major orchestras there. Jenny has been invited to give masterclasses at Dartington Summer School and Euro Music Academy, Vienna. She has given over 500 concerts and workshops at universities and schools. She teaches at Eton College and the Royal College of Music, Junior Department. 

Performance details:

Beethoven Sonata No.10 in G, Op.96

1. Allegro moderato

2. Adagio espressivo

3. Scherzo: Allegro - Trio

4. Poco allegretto

Enescu Impromptu Concertant

Sarasate Habanera

Interval

Bloch Sonata No.2 'Poème mystique' (1924)

Kreisler Slavonic Fantasie

Saint-Saëns Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso

Photo credit: Chris Christodoulou.

Doors open at 19:00 and the performance starts at 19:30.

Tickets

  • Standard (Seated)

    £14.00

Total

£0.00

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