Rare Britten chamber work - Aronowitz Ensemble at The Forge 17 April

To conclude its series of concerts in the intimate space of The Forge, the Aronowitz Ensemble presents a melange of miniatures spanning the Renaissance to the present day, including the first performance in 80 years of a recently unearthed chamber work by Benjamin Britten, his Bagatelle for violin, viola and piano, followed by an undeservedly neglected masterpiece of Romanticism.

FROM ONE TO SEVEN is four concert series, supported by the Borletti-­‐Buitoni Trust, specially devised by the seven members of the Aronowitz Ensemble, showcasing the group’s unique versatility in an unusually eclectic mix of repertoire. Each concert opens with just one performer on stage and concludes with the Ensemble’s full septet line-­‐up.

Sunday 17 April 2011
at 8pm
THE FORGE
Delancey Passage,
Camden Town, London
NW1 7NL

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