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Flexible string quartet/trio/duo, available for functions and background music; arrangements on request.
Baroque ens based in Gent, Belgium.
Performances combine virtuosity, accessibility and diverse elements such as world music, commissioned works and music theatre. Also extensive educ concerts and projects.
39 Runcorn Road, Barnton, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 3ES
Young British str quartet. Winners of Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2007. All rep, inc new commissions. Has performed in Australia, China and all over Europe. Schools' w/shops (all ages) to chmbr music coaching for both amateur and professional groups.
30 Avenue Gdns, London, W3 8HB
Contemporary music comp/performer collective.
80 Hanson Place, #701, Brooklyn, NY11217, United States
Junk perc duo playing on a huge homemade drum kit. Available for perfs and a variety of w/shops. Junk drumming perfs and w/shops. Has performed worldwide. Fun interactive w/shops for all ages.
Performing Victorian and Edwardian classic banjo repertoire.
23 Linden Rd, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN40 1DN
The Barbican Piano Trio is regarded as one of the UK's leading ensembles with a reputation for stimulating performances, breadth of repertoire and exceptional audience rapport. During the past 30 years the trio has performed on four continents and recorded for ASV, Guild, Dutton and Black Box. Alongside acknowledged masterpieces the trio enjoys performing less well-known music by Taneyev, Saint-Saens, Francaix, Schoenfield. The trio's most recent commission was from composer Joseph Phibbs and storyteller Kevin Grall - the Remarkable Tale of Prince Unexpected.
3 Campbell Rd, London, E3 4DS, United Kingdom
Medieval and traditional. Each programme centred around a medieval theme with song and inst music.
74 Ellison Rd, London, SW16 5BY
Early br music on period insts. 8 tpts/sackbutts, timpani and org/hpd.
4 Hunter Rd, London, SW20 8NZ
Baroque Encounter was formed in 2004 by countertenor Glenn Kesby, harpsichordist Claire Williams and recorder player Lauren Brant. Though soloists in their own right, together they present chamber music recitals mixing ensemble pieces, virtuosic pieces for two (or more) instruments, and vocal and instrumental solos. Forces are enlarged for specific repertoire including theatrical works and dramatic cantatas. Sharing the enjoyment they experience with their music is an important element of their work. They conduct interactive workshops in schools, festivals and as part of some performances.
Str quartet expanding to small chmbr orch.
27 Regent St, Teignmouth, TQ14 8SJ
Classical/jazz crossover str quintet with drums. Originals. Sonar, Border Crossing, Beamish Fest. W/shops for all ages.
13 Wellgarth Rd, London, NW11 7HP