5.30pm: Free Pre Concert Talk by Stan Freed about the pieces by Viktor Ullmann and Joseph Haydn
By popular demand, the Philharmonia Chamber Players return to West London Synagogue for an unforgettable programme of world-class music.
Together with familiar works by Haydn and Mendelssohn, the Philharmonia Chamber Players will perform for us the rarely heard String Quartet No. 3 by Viktor Ullman. This beautiful composition – Ullman’s only surviving string quartet – was composed in the notorious Theriesenstadt concentration camp where the composer was murdered.
All together a stunning programme, performed in the breathtaking setting of the West London Synagogue sanctuary.
HAYDN String Quartet Op. 33, No. 2, The Joke
ULLMANN String Quartet No. 3
MENDELSSOHN String Quartet in E flat, Op. 12
Rebecca Chan, violin
Emily Davis, violin
William Bender, viola
Karen Stephenson, cello
Tickets £20 including refreshment and light snacks available online or call 0800 652 6717