News of the Week | 3rd September

Gilles Apap starts the week with a performance on 4 September at Musikwoche Braunwald in Glarus. He will be joined by accordion player Srdjan Vukasinovic and baglama player Taylan Arikan.

The wonderful Benedict Nelson will appear in The Second Violinist, which received its world premiere at the Galway International Arts Festival last year to 5* reviews. You will be able to catch him at the Barbican Centre from 6 September until 8 September

Notos Quartett will perform at the Traunsteiner Sommerkonzerte on 8 September. Their programme will include pieces from Mozart, Tansman and Brahms. 

Van Kuijk Quartet will perform at Hofurg Palace in Brixen on 8 September and present a programme of Mozart and Schubert. 

To end the week on 9 September, Carducci String Quartet will be joined by Craig Ogden to perform at Concerts at Cratfield's 31st season

Reginald Mobley and the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Elliot Gardiner have received wonderful reviews for their recent performance at the Berlioz Festival last week. The performance, which took place in the stunning Saint-Antoine-l’Abbaye in the La Côte-Saint-André, praised the ensemble, in particular Mobley's "purity of timbre" and "homogeny of tone which sounds natural in any register" and that the singer "captivates the listener." 

A wonderful performance, which concludes a busy summer for Mobley touring with the MCO. He now embarks on a concert with the prestigious Internationale Bach Akademie in Stuttgart on 9 September


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NEWSZoe Yeung