Dorset Museum Music Society

Korros Ensemble

24 July 2024, 7:30pm

The Korros Ensemble, made up of flute, clarinet, and harp players, has been playing together since they formed in 2001 during their time at the Royal Academy of Music. They aim to bring a fresh twist to chamber music by putting their own spin on classic pieces. Their performances are full of energy and style, creating a rich and captivating musical experience.

A beguiling programme to conclude our season in light and elegant style.

Programme

  • DE FALLA Spanish Dance No 1
  • BRUCH Rumanische Melodie
  • SAINT SAENS Tarantella
  • BIZET Carmen Rhapsody
  • TOURNIER Au Matin
  • MARSHALL On Butterfly Wings
  • POSTON Trio for flute, clarinet, and harp
  • RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte

“Impish and Gorgeous”

— Katie Derham, BBC Radio 3

Comprising the beautiful and unusual combination of Flute, Clarinet and Harp, the Korros Ensemble has been performing together since its formation in 2001 during the musicians’ studies at the Royal Academy of Music.

 

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For more information and upcoming performances by Korros Ensemble

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