Gwyn Williams Bursary Concert ~ Royal Birmingham Conservatoire ~ 5th May 2019

This event is not to be missed and I can’t wait to review the concert on behalf of Entertainment Views, it’s fantastic that the Gwyn Williams Bursary exists to support young violists at Birmingham Conservatoire. The details sourced from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire website, are below – try to get hold of a ticket if you can! Tickets are free of charge with a suggested donation of £30.

Introduced by Nick Bailey

Yvonne Howard mezzo-soprano
Maria Jagusz mezzo-soprano
Peter O’Connor flute
Rebecca Stubbs viola
Chris Yates viola
John Wilson piano

The Behn Quartet
Kate Oswin and Alicia Berendse violin
Ana Teresa de Braga e Alves viola
Ghislaine McMullin cello

Programme to include:
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata, D.821
Brahms Two Songs for Voice, Viola and Piano
Smetana String Quartet No.1 in E minor (“From My Life”)
Bellini Casta Diva
Schubert Ave Maria
Briccialdi Carnevale di Venezia, Op.78

A special benefit concert to raise funds for the Gwyn Williams Bursary Fund, which supports talented young violists at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. The evening will be introduced by the first voice of Classic FM, Nick Bailey and feature performances by current students of the Conservatoire and professional musicians who knew and worked with Gwyn.

Spaces for this event are extremely limited so early booking is advised. Please contact Robin Leonard on 0121 331 5534 or at robin.leonard@bcu.ac.uk for all ticket enquiries.

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