Lunchtime Recital

Charlotte Howdle opened this week’s lunchtime recital with an assured performance of the final movement of Franck’s incredible Violin Sonta, displaying a warm tone and great versatility in all registers of the violin. Naomi closed the recital with contrasting piano works by Rachmaninoff...

Charlotte Howdle opened this week’s lunchtime recital with an assured performance of the final movement of Franck’s incredible Violin Sonta, displaying a warm tone and great versatility in all registers of the violin. Naomi closed the recital with contrasting piano works by Rachmaninoff; Prelude op. 23 no. 4 and ÉtudeTableau op. 39 no.9, both in D major. The audience was drawn in by her long melodic lines and attention to detail of the inner melodies. Ivy (violin), Zoe (violin) and Ami (cello) also performed as part of a String Quartet with Junias (viola) from KES. Their rendition of the second movement of Shostakovich’s String Quartet no. 8 in C minor, op.110 was exciting from start to finish and showed a clear understanding of the turmoil in Shostakovich’s life.

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