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Event 1

A World Feast

July 17th, 7.30pm

Gainsborough Old Hall

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IN ADVANCE: Adults £20 / £18 concessions

ON THE DOOR: Adults £20 / NO concessions

Student/child: £5.00 both in advance and on the door


Romance Opus 50 (arr. Marriner) for Clarinet and Piano



Fantasy for Cello and Piano



Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano,  Op. 114





Sonata in Eb major for Clarinet and Piano,  Op. 167



Entracte  from Forza del destino  (arr. Marriner)



   Il carnevale di Venezia for Clarinet and Piano



Invierno porteno for Clarinet, Cello and Piano

One of the most respected and sought-after clarinettists in the world comes to Lincoln to open this year’s Festival: Andrew Marriner, soloist, chamber musician and principal of the London Symphony Orchestra for over 30 years, brings some of his own arrangements to delight audiences, including Beethoven’s stunning Romance. Rising star cellist, Yoanna Prodanova and pianist-composer, Alissa Firsova, perform Firsova’s Fantasy before joining Andrew for one of Brahms’s most tantalising works, the Clarinet Trio, and the flavours of this vibrant programme continue in France with Saint-Saëns, and Italy with Verdi and Giamperi, topped off in Argentina by Piazzolla.

Alissa Firsova (piano), Andrew Marriner (clarinet) & Yoanna Prodanova (cello)

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