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Adrian Brendel & Noam Greenberg

February 28 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Roman River Music @ the Mercury concert series of world-class musicians continues with the masterful cellist Adrian Brendel and international pianist Noam Greenberg, who bring Beethoven’s most popular sonata along with characterful, beautiful music by Debussy and Poulenc, Beethoven’s version of Mozart’s well-known aria from the Magic Flute, and more.

Emerge from winter hibernation and experience the beautiful sound of the cello projecting into the auditorium. This promises to be a memorable evening of beautiful music played by two truly sensational musicians hand-picked by Roman River’s artistic director Orlando Jopling.

Pieces include:

Debussy Sonata

Poulenc Sonata

Beethoven Variations on Mozart’s Bei Männern from the Magic Flute

Beethoven A major sonata

Venue

Mercury Theatre (Colchester)
Colchester, Essex United Kingdom + Google Map

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