Wed 7 Nov, Oxford University Museum of Natural History
The Faculty’s Artist in Residence, Natalie Clein performs solo cello works from the 20th Century in the atmospheric surroundings of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Playing with Voices
In this pre-concert talk, Professor of Music Laura Tunbridge introduces Natalie Clein's programme, considering how the long-held notion that stringed instruments are said to have an affinity with singing voices is played out in twentieth-century repertoire for the cello.
Britten Cello Suite No.3 Op.87
Kurtág Selection from 'Signs, Games, Messages'
Dallapiccola Ciaccona, Intermezzo e Adagio
Bloch Cello Suite No. 1
Duration: 2 hours 45mins with interval
7pm – 7.40pm Talk