Charity Concert for 'Practical Action'
St Faith's Church
The Konvalia Quartet members are The Quartet consists of Alina Hiltunen and Agata Kubiak (violins), Brian Clarke (viola) and Szymon Pawlas (cello). The quartet’s international backgrounds influence their interpretations of new and canonical chamber repertoire. The Quartet specialises in post romantic and contemporary music and has performed world premieres of pieces by Simon Rigby, Martin Jones, Bartosz Szafranski, Martin Glover. The group took part in the Classical Music Hyper Production research project at Kings Place in 2015, and played in the Shostakovich-in-Motion project in 2016.
J.S. Bach - Air, from Suite in D, BWV 1068
W.A. Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
A. Dvorak - Movement II ‘Lento’, from the String Quartet no12 in F Major.
M. Ravel - Pavane
Isham Jones - It Had To Be You, arr. by Martin Norgaard
A. Piazzolla - Chant Et Fugue, Libertango, Jeanne Y Paul, La Muerte Del Angel, Oblivion
Richard Rodgers - Blue Moon, arr. by Matt Turner
Luiz Bonfa - A Day In A Life Of A Fool, arr. by Bert Ligon
Practical Action is an international development charity with a difference. Founded by the radical economist and philosopher Fritz Schumacher, author of Small is Beautiful, the charity knows that the simplest ideas can have a life-changing effect. It works closely with some of the world’s poorest people, using appropriate technology to fight poverty and transform lives for the better.website of Practical Action