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Rupert Marshall-Luck (violin); Duncan Honeybourne (piano)

Part of the Gloucester Music Society Season

Add to my Calendar 18-02-2017 15:00 18-02-2017 17:00 36 Rupert Marshall-Luck (violin); Duncan Honeybourne (piano) Hailed by BBC Music Magazine for his “handsome tone and laser-like tuning”, and acclaimed by audiences and critics alike for the verve, commitment and intelligence of his performances, Rupert Marshall-Luck appears as soloist and recitalist at major festivals and venues throughout the UK as well as in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, Switzerland and the USA.  His extensive discography includes many World Première recordings as well as conspectuses of the complete music for violin and piano of Herbert Howells and C. Hubert H. Parry; and his solo performances have been frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3, ABC Classic FM (Australia), RTÉ (Ireland), SABC (South Africa), Radio Suisse Romande (Switzerland), and in Canada, France, New Zealand and the USA.  Recent performances include the World Première of Percy Sherwood’s Concerto for Violin and Cello with Joseph Spooner and the conductor John Andrews, which he has also recorded for release in 2017 with Spooner and Andrews and the BBC Concert Orchestra; and the first performance of the Violin Concerto by Paul Carr.  He appears on a disc of new works with the BBC Concert Orchestra alongside the pianist David Owen Norris and the baritone Roderick Williams, and in 2017 he will be recording works for solo violin and for violin and piano by Andrew Downes and the solo-violin music of Graham Whettam.   Duncan Honeybourne has established a rich and diverse career as a pianist and in music education. His playing has been commended for its “suave confidence” (International Piano), “terrific intensity and touches of panache” (International Record Review) and “delicate chemistry of touch and arm weight” (Gramophone). Fanfare magazine (USA) remarked: “Honeybourne’s performance is simply beautiful, even in its most powerful and haunting moments.” He made his debut as soloist at Symphony Hall, Birmingham and the National Concert Hall, Dublin, in 1998, and gave debut recitals in London, Paris and at the Miry Concertzaal in Ghent, Belgium, during the international piano festival Gentse Vleugels. His 2-CD debut solo album was described by the Gramophone as “a set not to be missed by all lovers of English music”, and received 4 stars in Musical Opinion and BBC Music Magazine, which reported: “There are gorgeous things here. Hard to imagine better performances.” Duncan has toured extensively as recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician in the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium and Switzerland, appearing at many major venues and leading festivals. His solo performances have been frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3 (UK), RTÉ (Ireland), ABC Classic FM (Australia), SABC (South Africa), Radio Suisse Romande (Switzerland), and radio networks in Finland, New Zealand and the USA. Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester DD/MM/YYYY

Details

Gloucester Cathedral
College Green
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL1 2LX
England


Programme

Arthur BlissSonata for piano and violin
Graham WhettamSonata no.1 for Solo Violin
Havergal BrianLegend for violin and piano
Frederick DeliusViolin Sonata no.2, VIII/9
Gustav HolstFive pieces for violin and piano
Ivor GurneySonata for Violin and Piano in E flat major

Performers

Rupert Marshall-Luck – violin
Duncan Honeybourne – piano

Programme Note

Hailed by BBC Music Magazine for his “handsome tone and laser-like tuning”, and acclaimed by audiences and critics alike for the verve, commitment and intelligence of his performances, Rupert Marshall-Luck appears as soloist and recitalist at major festivals and venues throughout the UK as well as in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, Switzerland and the USA.  His extensive discography includes many World Première recordings as well as conspectuses of the complete music for violin and piano of Herbert Howells and C. Hubert H. Parry; and his solo performances have been frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3, ABC Classic FM (Australia), RTÉ (Ireland), SABC (South Africa), Radio Suisse Romande (Switzerland), and in Canada, France, New Zealand and the USA.  Recent performances include the World Première of Percy Sherwood’s Concerto for Violin and Cello with Joseph Spooner and the conductor John Andrews, which he has also recorded for release in 2017 with Spooner and Andrews and the BBC Concert Orchestra; and the first performance of the Violin Concerto by Paul Carr.  He appears on a disc of new works with the BBC Concert Orchestra alongside the pianist David Owen Norris and the baritone Roderick Williams, and in 2017 he will be recording works for solo violin and for violin and piano by Andrew Downes and the solo-violin music of Graham Whettam.

 

Duncan Honeybourne has established a rich and diverse career as a pianist and in music education. His playing has been commended for its “suave confidence” (International Piano), “terrific intensity and touches of panache” (International Record Review) and “delicate chemistry of touch and arm weight” (Gramophone). Fanfare magazine (USA) remarked: “Honeybourne’s performance is simply beautiful, even in its most powerful and haunting moments.”

He made his debut as soloist at Symphony Hall, Birmingham and the National Concert Hall, Dublin, in 1998, and gave debut recitals in London, Paris and at the Miry Concertzaal in Ghent, Belgium, during the international piano festival Gentse Vleugels. His 2-CD debut solo album was described by the Gramophone as “a set not to be missed by all lovers of English music”, and received 4 stars in Musical Opinion and BBC Music Magazine, which reported: “There are gorgeous things here. Hard to imagine better performances.”

Duncan has toured extensively as recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician in the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium and Switzerland, appearing at many major venues and leading festivals. His solo performances have been frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3 (UK), RTÉ (Ireland), ABC Classic FM (Australia), SABC (South Africa), Radio Suisse Romande (Switzerland), and radio networks in Finland, New Zealand and the USA.

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