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Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe
Monday 5th February 2018, 8:00 pm
One of today’s leading international violinists, Tasmin Little, who has performed on every continent in some of the most prestigious venues in the world, joins forces with one of the country’s best-known pianists, Martin Roscoe, to explore works from Beethoven to the much-loved sonata by César Franck, with its unforgettable melodies.
- Brahms – Scherzo in C minor (Sonatensatz)
- Beethoven – Sonata in G minor (Op.96)
- Ravel – Piece in ‘Habañera’ Form (Pièce en forme d’Habanera)
- Franck – Sonata in A major
About the Artists
Tasmin Little’s multi-award-winning and varied career encompasses international concerto and recital performances, master classes, workshops and community outreach work. She has appeared as a concerto soloist with orchestras including Berliner Philharmoniker, City of Birmingham Symphony, Hong Kong Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, and all the BBC Orchestras. Tasmin is a Fellow of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (FGSM), a Vice President of the Elgar Society, an Ambassador for The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts, and for Youth Music. In 2012, she was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Birthday Honours List, for Services to Music.
With an extraordinary career spanning over 4 decades, Martin Roscoe is equally at home in concerto, recital and chamber performances. In an ever more distinguished career, his enduring popularity and the respect in which he is universally held are built on a deeply thoughtful musicianship allied to an easy rapport with audiences and fellow musicians alike. His chamber music partnerships include long-standing associations with Peter Donohoe, Tasmin Little and the Endellion and Maggini Quartets as well as more recent collaborations with such artists as Jennifer Pike, Ashley Wass, Matthew Trusler and the Brodsky and Vertavo Quartets.
Photo Credits: Benjamin Ealogeva & Eric Richmond