Sounds of St Cecilia's – Inspired Master of Our Art

Music (classical)

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The accomplished and versatile team of McDonald and Kitchen are joined by gifted young violinist Lydia Kirschenbaum* to present an all Handel programme of virtuoso works featuring violin, oboe and recorder with both continuo and solo harpsichord. This concert will feature an historic instrument from the University collection and copies of woodwind instruments by Thomas Stainesby senior, the preeminent London maker during Handel's time there. 'A deserved reputation' (Herald). 'A real chamber music rapport – pure delight' (Scotsman). *Note change to previously advertised programme.

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