Rookh Horn Quartet: Classical

Rookh Horn Quartet: Classical

Music in the University
Date: Thursday 10 November 2022
Time: 13:10 - 14:00
Venue: University Concert Hall
Category: Concerts and music, Public lectures, Social events, Student events, Alumni events
Website: www.glasgow.ac.uk/concerts

Rookh Horn Quartet: 

Lauren Reeve-Rawlings 
Ian Smith 
Stephanie Jones 
Andy Saunders 

Glasgow-based ensemble the Rookh Horn Quartet is made up of four professional French horn players who aim to expand horn quartet repertoire, working with composers to commission new works. We are delighted to welcome them back - the quartet formed and was named here in this series, performing a new commission by Dr Jane Stanley. The Rookh Quartet returns with a programme that opens with an arrangement of arguably the most famous ‘Scottish’ work in the classical repertoire, and ends with the sound of four horn players letting their hair down in full heavy metal mode. Between them is music that explores the softer, more reflective side of the instrument, with Alisson Kruusmaa’s spacious writing, Drew Hammond’s jazz influenced work, and Lynda Nicholson’s new three-movement quartet which was written when the Covid pandemic was at its peak. Louise Harris’s new work for quartet and electronics completes the programme. Don't miss this exceptional bunch! 

Felix Mendelssohn (arr. Schottstädt) – Hebrides Overture 6’

Alisson Kruusmaa – Songs for a Black Butterfly 7’

Lynda Nicholson – Pandemic 2020 (first performance) 15’

Drew Hammond – Soliloquy 6’

Louise Harris – new work (first performance) 5’

Michael Kallstrom – Head Banger 5’

 

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Tickets
We currently have no requirement for pre-booking your FREE ticket! Just turn up at 12.45pm to ensure your seat. Once the Concert Hall is full to capacity, we will be closing doors. Latecomers will not be admitted.

Live-stream
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photo credit Leslie Burgher

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