Maxwell String Quartet and Anna Hashimoto

Category
Municipal Hall
Date
07 Dec 2018 08:00 PM

Maxwell Quartet 600Anna Hashimoto

Colin Scobie, violin
George Smith, violin
Elliott Perks, viola
Duncan Strachan, cello
Anna Hashimoto, clarinet


HAYDN           String Quartet in D, Op 71 No 2
SCHUMANN   String Quartet in A minor, Op 41 No 1
BRAHMS        Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115


The quartet is formed of four close friends, who grew up playing folk and classical music together in youth orchestras and music schools across Scotland and in festivals across the UK, including their own festival Loch Shiel in the west highlands of Scotland. First Prizewinner at the 9th Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition in 2017, the Maxwell Quartet is now firmly regarded as one of Britain's finest string quartets.
Anna Hashimoto made her London concerto debut at the age of fifteen playing with the English Chamber Orchestra. She was the winner of International Clarinet Competitions in Kortrijk (Belgium) in 2010, in Carlino (Italy) in 2009, and in Tokyo in 2003.

"brilliantly fresh, unexpected and exhilarating" Herald,

"superb storytelling by four great communicators" Strad Magazine,

 
 

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