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Tue 22nd January  
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Tasmin Little plays Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Revolving around the use of numbers and the production of the most thrilling ambience, this concert features two concertos for two violins. The central movement of the Bach contains some of the most sublime music ever written. Additionally, Arvo Pärt’s atmospheric set of variations, Fratres, based on a six-bar theme, was written for three parts – the instrumentation not originally specified: although we will hear it in the composer’s 1992 ‘authorized version’ for violin (played by Tasmin), strings and percussion. And we end with Vivaldi’s timeless evocation of the passing year – four three-movement violin concertos transporting us from the burgeoning warmth of spring to the “icy snow [and] harsh breath” of winter.


  • Vivaldi - Concerto for Two Violins in A minor
  • Arvo Pärt - Fratres
  • Bach - Concerto for Two Violins
  • Vivaldi - The Four Seasons


  • Tasmin Little - violin/director
  • David Le Page - violin


Date Time
Tuesday 5th February7.30pm

Contact information and location

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Stratford Play house, Stratford Play House, 14 Rother Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6LU

Tel: 01789 267567
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Contact Information

Tel: 01789 267567


See website for ticket prices.

Tickets can be purchased through the RSC box office.
Tel: 01789 403 493

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