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Tue 22nd January  
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Winter Remembered

Two otherworldly, heart-stopping slow movements for strings – the first simply dying away, after one of the most shocking (and perhaps heartbreaking) dissonances ever written; the other resolved (thankfully) with brisk counterpoint – are enclosed by the works of two of this country’s most productive composers. David Matthews – once Benjamin Britten’s associate – gets us underway with a wonderful concertino for viola and strings partly inspired by memories of Schubert’s song-cycle Winterreise, this again closes quietly. And we end with the twenty-three-year-old Britten’s startlingly precocious – and thoroughly entertaining – tribute to his teacher, Frank Bridge.


  • David Matthews - Winter Remembered
  • Mahler - Symphony no10 (mvt 1 arr for strings)
  • Mozart - Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K.546
  • Britten - Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge

CONDUCTOR: Kenneth Woods - conductor

SOLOIST: Carmen Flores - viola


Date Time
Tuesday 2nd April7.30pm

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


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

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