Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Recorders and piano leap into the 20th century with attractive, interesting English music

This was an unusual concert.  Recorders play early music, right?  The music played this time was not early or baroque, but contemporary. And it was written for recorders and piano.  All the works were by twentieth century English composers.  I suppose that only the names Edmund Rubbra and Lennox Berkeley would be familiar. Antony Hopkins (not the actor) was the first of seven such composers featured.  His suite of four short... read more

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