Emma Johnson and friends
  • Monday 5 December 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27 - £11
Image Emma Johnson and friends

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

6.30pm – Pre-concert talk: Martin Roscoe in conversation with Emma Johnson  (included in the ticket price)
7.30pm – Live concert  


This concert brings together five well-loved musicians, soloists in their own right, for some incredible live chamber music.  

Emma Johnson, a previous winner of the BBC young Musician of the year and internationally acclaimed pianist Martin Roscoe, are joined by  Fenella Humphries, Cara Berridge and Ben Goldscheider for a special chamber concert performance. 

The performance includes music from Beethoven and Brahms conjuring up Vienna in its heyday, followed by a celebration of British symphonist Ralph Vaughan Williams in the 150th anniversary year of his birth. Martin Roscoe, at the piano throughout, demonstrates once again his versatility, musicianship and rapport with audiences and fellow musicians alike. 


 

Emma Johnson and friends
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27 - £11

PROGRAMME
BEETHOVEN Piano Trio in B Major for clarinet, cello and piano, Op.11  
BRAHMS Horn Trio in E Major for violin, horn and piano, Op.40 
INTERVAL
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
6 Studies in English Folk-Song for clarinet and piano 
Quintet in D Major for clarinet, horn, violin, cello and piano

Performers

Performers

Emma Johnson - Clarinet
Martin Roscoe - Piano
Fenella Humphries - Violin
Cara Berridge - Cello
Ben Goldscheider - French Horn

Manchester Chamber Concerts Society

6.30pm – Pre-concert talk: Martin Roscoe in conversation with Emma Johnson  (included in the ticket price)
7.30pm – Live concert  


This concert brings together five well-loved musicians, soloists in their own right, for some incredible live chamber music.  

Emma Johnson, a previous winner of the BBC young Musician of the year and internationally acclaimed pianist Martin Roscoe, are joined by  Fenella Humphries, Cara Berridge and Ben Goldscheider for a special chamber concert performance. 

The performance includes music from Beethoven and Brahms conjuring up Vienna in its heyday, followed by a celebration of British symphonist Ralph Vaughan Williams in the 150th anniversary year of his birth. Martin Roscoe, at the piano throughout, demonstrates once again his versatility, musicianship and rapport with audiences and fellow musicians alike. 


 

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