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 from Kathryn Forro on 020 7535 0259 or online