IMS Prussia Cove: The Violin Project

12 June 2018
  • 19:00
  • £20

IMS Prussia Cove: The Violin Project

Tuesday 12th June, 7pm

(doors at 6.30pm)

Join the world-class musicians of IMS Prussia Cove for an evening of chamber music and conversation to celebrate the creation of a new instrument. The debut concert for a newly completed violin, made in collaboration with our musicians as part of a special new project.

Programme
Gliere: 
A selection from 'Huit Morceaux', Op.39 for violin and cello
Dvorak: 4 Miniatures for string trio
Puccini: Chrisantemi for string quartet
Brahms: Sextet in G, Op.36

In conversation with violin-makers Stefan-Peter Greiner and Mark Jennings - an exciting opportunity to learn about how a violin is made, come with your questions!

Performers

James Clark (violin)

Amarins Wierdsma (violin)

Maya Meron (viola)

Garfield Jackson (viola)

Laura van der Heijden (cello)

David Waterman (cello)

 

Tickets: £20 (+ booking fee) to include a drink.
Free for under 25s: contact the IMS office to reserve a ticket before 5th June

The Violin Project
In September 2017 a new instrument was crafted by luthiers Stefan-Peter Greiner and Mark Jennings, with the enthusiastic help of IMS Prussia Cove musicians. This exciting collaborative project helped the musicians to learn about their instruments from the inside out, creating an instrument inspired by the unique environment of IMS Prussia Cove. Visit our blog to read about the process and look at our beautiful photos: theviolin2017.i-m-s.org.uk

IMS Prussia Cove is a charitable organisation dedicated to music-making at the highest level, fostering new generations of talented musicians from across the world, supporting musical idealism and enabling international collaboration. Founded in 1972 by the great violinist Sandor Végh, and with Steven Isserlis as Artistic Director since 1996, IMS Prussia Cove has become one of classical music’s most respected institutions. Our biannual seminars bring musicians of all nationalities together to study and perform in a remote part of Cornwall, South West England, and many of the world’s greatest performers and composers consider our seminars a major influence on their musical development.

 

Tickets £20, available here free for under 25s

Made possible with the support of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust 

For more information visit: http://www.i-m-s.org.uk/concerts/fundraising/

Image credit: Gabriel Isserlis