Classical music to blow away the cobwebsIn 1895 Johannes Brahms composed his two late sonatas for viola (or clarinet) just as Bishopsgate Institute was opening, instantly leaving a legacy for players of the calibre of Sarah-Jane Bradley. Established and renowned violist Bradley is joined by pianist John Lenehan – praised by the New York Times for his ‘great flair and virtuosity’. The bold programme contrasts the late Romantic masterpiece by Brahms with a rarely-heard gem by Henry Waldow Warner, and Vaughan William’s enduring classic Romance.
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