New Chamber Music

Venue Great Hall

Running time 50

Artists: Eleanor Alberga, Trio Tritium, Heath Quartet

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Next date 24th August 5:15 pm

About this event

Exciting new work created by this week’s Advanced Composition students and introduced by their course director, Eleanor Alberga.

Several short, new works receive their premiere, played by the world class Heath Quartet and Trio Tritium.

Proceeds from a retiring collection will be used to support Summer School bursaries.

Made for Dartington

Don’t miss:
Heath Quartet play Eleanor Alberga,Britten and Beethoven on 19 August
Trio Tritium play Eleanor Alberga, Brett Dean and Brahms on 20 August
Trio Tritium and Heath Quartet in Dartington’s New Music on 21 August
Heath Quartet play the complete Jörg Widmann Quartets on 23 August

Eleanor Alberga cemented a reputation as a contemporary composer of international stature after her Last Night of the Proms commission was performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and seen by millions.

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The dynamic and charismatic Heath Quartet are fast earning a reputation as one of the most exciting British chamber ensembles of the moment. Their recording of Tippett’s string quartets (Wigmore Live) received widespread acclaim and won the 2016 GRAMOPHONE Chamber Disk of the Year. A subsequent release on Harmonia Mundi of Tchaikovsky: Quartets 1 &3 was selected as Disk of the Week by both The Sunday Times and BBC Radio 3.

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Formed at the Royal Academy of Music, the Tritium Trio – clarinet, cello and piano – is a truly multinational ensemble, hailing from Slovenia, Sweden and Australia. The foremost desire of the group is to explore new repertoire alongside the the clarinet trios of Beethoven and Brahms.

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