Gemma Classical Music Trust


Music at Owlpen: Breaking Boundaries: Music from the First and Second Viennese Schools


The Q21 Chamber Music Ensemble
led by Rodolfo Richter
Mireille Lebel, mezzo-soprano
Rodolfo Richter and Rebecca Huber, violins
David Wish, viola
Jennifer Morsches, cello


Saturday, 8th October 6.30pm

in the Church of the Holy Cross, Owlpen

String Quartet No. 13 in A minor, D. 804, “Rosamunde” (1824)    Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

"Adieux de l'hôtesse arabe", op. 21 no. 4 (1866)          "Tarentelle", op. 21 no. 20 (1872)      Georges Bizet (1838-75)

INTERVAL drinks will be served

String Quartet No. 2 in F# minor, op.10 (1907-8)             Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951)

Suggested Donation: £15 per person

The Q21 Ensemble collectively encapsulates vast experience and great enthusiasm for historical performance, as principal players in leading ensembles in the UK and abroad, such as The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Academy of Ancient Music, B’Rock, Tafelmusik and Florilegium.  Their's will be a pioneering performance of Schönberg's 2nd String Quartet on gut strings, bringing warmth and intimacy to a work that broke the rules of Western music.  Delighted to be joined by the magnificent Canadian mezzo-soprano Mireille Lebel, she will bring rhapsodic and dramatic flair to the interpretation.  Not to be missed!

"Mireille Lebel's tender, soaring singing" (New York Times)
"la voix longue, souple et joliment timbrée…" (ResMusica)

Tickets are available by post from:
Mrs Prue Vernon, Stokes Cottage, Rockstowes, Uley, Gloucestershire GL11 5AF
Please send a cheque with SAE made payable to: “Holy Cross Church, Owlpen”.  
Or by PayPal to: Uley with Owlpen & Nympsfield PCC

Email for reservations and enquiries:   Telephone: 01453-860329

Proceeds in aid of the Church of the Holy Cross, Owlpen (regd charity)

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Suggested donation £15