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Rachel Podger and friends

Saturday 19 February 2022, 7.30pm

Rachel Podger (violin), Matthew Truscott (violin), Alex Rolton (cello), Roger Hamilton (harpsichord) and Eligio Quinteiro (theorbo)

Handel. Trio Sonata in F major Op.5 no 6 HWV 401

Purcell. Trio Sonata in B flat major Z791 from 'Sonatas in three parts'

Leclair. Duo for two violins Op.3 no.5 in E minor

Handel. Trio Sonata in E minor HWV 398 Op.5 no.3

Handel. F major suite, HWV 427

Leclair. Duo for two violins Op.12 no.6 in B flat major

Purcell. Trio Sonata in G minor Z807 from ‘Sonatas in four parts’ no.6 

Handel. Trio Sonata in G minor HWV 391 Op.2 no.6

Rachel Podger's website

Rachel Podger, the unsurpassed British glory of the baroque violin,” (The Times) has established herself as a leading interpreter of the Baroque and Classical repertoire. She was the first woman to be awarded the prestigious Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Prize in October 2015, Gramophone Artist of the Year 2018, and the Ambassador for REMA’s Early Music Day 2020. A creative programmer, Rachel is the founder and Artistic Director of Brecon Baroque Festival and her ensemble Brecon Baroque. Rachel is Patron for The Continuo Foundation.

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Standard ticket price £25 (£5 discount for NCM Members).

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