Pianist Ian Buckle and violinist Sophie Rosa present a programme of pieces that span 400 years of music-making.
From Arcangelo Corelli’s Baroque Sonata in F to contemporary Austrian composer Beat Furrer’s spare and spectral 1993 composition Lied, via Schubert and Brahms.
There are also contrasting works from stellar female voices from across the generations – 18th century French composer Hélène de Montgeroult, emerging British talent Dani Howard, and Music Festival composer-in-residence Dobrinka Tabakova.
Buckle performs regularly as a recitalist as well as with leading orchestras like the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and its contemporary music wing Ensemble 10/10, while Rosa has a busy career appearing as recitalist, with
ensembles and orchestras, and at festivals across the UK.