The Piatti String Quartet is coming to Chipping Sodbury

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Piatti to play Beethoven and Schubert Quartets! The Piatti String Quartet is coming to Chipping Sodbury on Tuesday 8 May 2012.

They will be performing in the Town Hall at 7.30 pm and tickets will be available on the door; adults £12 and school-age children FREE.

This is your chance to hear them play before they perform later this year in Hugh Wood’s 80th birthday concert at the Guildhall, during the Bath International Festival. Their programme in Chipping Sodbury will be Beethoven’s String Quartet Op 132 in A minor and Schubert’s String Quartet No 14 in D minor, ‘Death and the Maiden’ D 810.

Winners of the St. Martins in the Fields Chamber Music Competition and the Martin Musical/Philharmonia Scholarship Fund 2010 the Piatti Quartet is fast emerging as one of the UK’s leading young string quartets. The members of the Quartet are: Charlotte Scott – first violin, Michael Trainor – second violin, @avid Wigram – viola and Jessie Ann Richardson – cello.
Previous recipients of the Tunnell Trust Award and selected as Park Lane Group Young Artists in 2009/2010, more recent news includes a second year as Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellows at the Royal Academy of Music and winning the St Peter’s Eaton Square Prize 2011.

In 2012 the Piatti Quartet was chosen for Future Classics Classical Tour supported by the PLG and Foreign and Colonial Investment Trust, which includes a concert tour and CD recording, giving audiences around the UK a unique kpportunity to see the stars of tomorrow.

Source: Chippping Sodbury Music Society

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