Festival 2018

Fidelio Trio

Saturday 8 December, 1–2pm (2018)

St John on Bethnal Green

From the Australian outback to windy Welsh hills, the award-winning Fidelio Trio perform evocative works inspired by the landscapes around us.

PRICE: £10–£12

Online booking for this event has now closed, however there will be tickets available to purchase on the door.

Programme:
Ann Cleare 93 million miles away (London premiere)
Christopher Fox This is the wind (World premiere)
Luke Styles Memories of a Foreign Land Called Home (World premiere)
Linda Catlin Smith Far from Shore (UK premiere)

Leading international chamber musicians, the Fidelio Trio, perform world and UK premieres by four leading composers.

Ann Cleare’s 93 million miles away is inspired by NASA’s estimation of the distance between the sun and the earth, using sounds created inside the piano alongside atmospheric strings. Christopher Fox’s world premiere of This is the wind is inspired by R.S. Thomas’ bleak poem Depopulation of the Hills. Luke Styles takes inspiration from the Australian outback, the red desert and the endless seas that bound Australia’s shores for Memories of a Foreign Land Called Home. Canadian Linda Catlin Smith’s evocative Far from Shore was commissioned by the Trio Fibonacci in Montreal.

Violin Darragh Morgan
Cello Adi Tal
Piano Mary Dullea

The Fidelio Trio performance is generously supported by The Hinrichsen Foundation

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Venue information

St John on Bethnal Green

St John on Bethnal green
Cambridge Heath Rd
London
E2 0ET
United Kingdom

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Underground & Overground

Bethnal Green Station (1 min)
Cambridge Heath overground 
(3 mins)
Bethnal Green  Overground (7 mins)
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Designed by Sir John Soane, St John on Bethnal Green was built between 1826 and 1828 and is home to the 14 Stations of the Cross. In providing both art classes for members of the community of any ability, and free exhibition space in The Belfry and North Gallery, St John’s encourages and facilitates many opportunities for local artists and performers to engage with the church and its surroundings.

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