DEBUSSY Premiere rhapsodie (8’)
YORK BOWEN Clarinet Sonata (16’)
HARRISON Drifting Away (5’)
WEBER Grand Duo Concertant (21’)
Praised by International Record Review as “an eloquent and impassioned clarinettist [whose] playing is full-blooded and committed”, Robert Plane, the newest member of Ensemble 360, has been a remarkable addition to this highly regarded Ensemble.
Debussy’s impressionistic Premiere rhapsodie, performed by Rob and pianist Tim Horton, moves from a dreamy opening to a virtuosic conclusion.
The pair will also perform Drifting Away, the work of Pamela Harrison, an often overlooked English composer who Rob has done much to champion.
The concert concludes with Weber’s celebrated duo marked by soaring melodies and dazzling cadenzas.
POST-CONCERT TALK Free Ticket holders are invited to stay for an informal talk from Rob about Pamela Harrison, who features in the concert.
£16 £10 UC, PIP & DLA £5 Students & Under 35s