The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal
Saturday 30th March at 3pm

THE VANBRUGH           
Keith Pascoe 
- violin, Simon Aspell - viola, Christopher Marwood - cello
with
Macdara Ó Seiradáin - clarinet  and Siun Milne - violin

MOZART Clarinet Quintet in A major K.581 [1789]
BRAHMS Clarinet Quintet in B minor Op.115 [1891]  

The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal
Saturday 30th March at 3pm

This is a rare opportunity to hear the two great classical works written for the combination of clarinet and string quartet in the same concert. The Vanbrugh is delighted to welcome two distinguished guest artists for this special event.

The Vanbrugh has evolved from the work of the Vanbrugh Quartet which was based in Cork as RTE’s Resident Quartet from 1986 to 2013. Over three decades the quartet gave close to three thousand concerts, presenting the chamber music repertoire to audiences throughout Ireland, Europe, the Americas, and the Far East. Commercial recordings include more than thirty CDs of repertoire ranging from the complete Beethoven quartets to many contemporary Irish works. In 2016 the group was presented with the National Concert Hall’s Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of their contribution to music in Ireland.

Siún Milne has performed with a variety of ensembles throughout her career including the Royal Academy of Music Baroque Soloists at Wigmore Hall, Kirkos Ensemble, European Union Chamber Orchestra, Arensky Chamber Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Ireland, Musici Ireland and the London Concertante.

Macdara Ó Seireadáin won the inaugural Irish Freemasons Young Musician of the Year competition and has performed as a featured soloist with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, RTÉ Concert Orchestra and Uelzen Kammerorchester amongst others.

Tickets for this concert may are available online at www.themallartscentre.com or box office 087 9593276 or Cree's Card Shop, North Main Street, Youghal.

Admission:  €15.00/€12.00 concession

This concert is kindly supported by Cork County Arts Office

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