Music in the Round

Scottish Influence

Ensemble 360 & Viv McLean PIANO

CHOPIN Two Nocturnes Op.55 – for piano
JUDITH WEIR Mountain Airs – for flute, oboe and clarinet
JAMES MACMILLAN Memento – for string quartet
MENDELSSOHN Piano Trio in D Minor Op.49

Leading pianist Viv McLean joins Ensemble 360 for a concert celebrating music written in, and inspired by, Scotland.

Scottish folk music has often inspired Judith Weir , and Mountain Airs is, according to the composer, “a free adaptation of two traditional Scottish melodies.”

Scottish composer James MacMillan ’s Memento for string quartet is a tender and delicate piece based on Gaelic lament music and Hebridean psalm-singing.

Mendelssohn famously visited Scotland in 1829 and the impression made on him by the scenery was to remain with him throughout his life. His Op.49 is one of the most popular pieces in chamber music repertoire – passionate, flamboyant and full of rhythmic energy.

Tue 14 May 12:45pm £5.00 - £10.00

Studio

Located within the Crucible building, the Studio Theatre has a flexible design allowing the seating to be adjusted to play on one, two or three sides or in the round. Seating in the Studio is unreserved.
The Studio hosts a mix of small-scale in-house and touring productions, as well as hosting the acclaimed Ensemble 360's tri-annual Music in the Round Festival.

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