Classical duo summon the sound of springtimeWinter may be coming, but at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the eaves are reverberating to the sound of springtime. Renaud Capuçon and Frank Braley are the talents responsible for bringing Beethoven's Spring Sonata to life. Capuçon first performed the movement at the age of ten, and it's one that remains close to his heart. When Capuçon's bow dances across the horsehair and Braley commandeers the piano, wondrous sounds emerge.
No under 5s. Latecomers may not be admitted.