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The sample programme below features a variety of repertoire ranging from the Baroque era to a commission written for us in 2009.  We generally include a mix of standard repertoire, lighter works and more challenging pieces within our programmes, though we are more than happy to discuss programme choices with you to provide something which would suit your audience's interests.


Within our large and varied repertoire, our major strands are;

- Opera-based virtuosic works by Furstenau, Génin, Bizet and Badia 

- French Impressionist works by Emmanuel, Ibert and Schmitt

- Music by living composers including works by Schocker, Albert, Barcos, Blake and Bleicher

- 20th century music including works by Poston, Dring and Shostakovich

- Arrangements (many by the Trio) including works by Mendlessohn, Dowland, Quantz and Bartok

   

Sample 80 minute Concert Programme

 

Grand Duo Concertant, Opus 51 : Paul Agricole Génin (1832-1904)

 

Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1038 : J.S. Bach (1685-1750) trans. Sterling Trio

Largo – Vivace – Adagio – Presto

 

Sonate, Opus 11 : Maurice Emmanuel (1862-1938)

Allegro con spirito – Adagio – Allegro molto e leggierissimo

 

Doppler Effect : Adrienne Albert (b.1941)


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Tarantella, Opus 6 : Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921)

 

Music for the Imagination (2009) : Lenny Sayers (b.1977)

Flowing – Fast and lively – Very slow – Fast and lively

 

Songs Without Words : Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) arr. T. Verity

Allegro non troppo – Opus 53, No. 2

Moderato – Opus 19, No. 4

 Allegro non troppo – Opus 38, No. 2

 

Sonatine en Trio, Opus 85 : Florent Schmitt (1870-1958)

Assez animé – Assez vif – Très lent – Animé

 

Grand Fantasia : Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006)