"…That these are extraordinarily fine artists needs no discussion. As always, very much praise and thank you for bringing artists of the finest calibre to the Lakes…"
Audience member 2012
The combination of viola and cello is rarely heard but has attracted not only viola-playing composers such as Rebecca Clarke, whose WW1 piece we hear, and Beethoven – but looking further east to Glière's pre-WW1 work and Lutosławski. Each instrument also has its moment in the twilight with masterpieces by Bach and Brahms.
Combination ticket for Richter/Inoue/Dunlop and Music for Compline £28
(cannot be used in conjunction with Festival Saver Deals)