Evva Mizerska and Emma Abbate next up for Plymouth's Peninsula Arts
THE next concert in the Peninsula Arts chamber music series features Polish cellist Evva Mizerska and Italian pianist Emma Abbate on Saturday, March 23 in the Plymouth University Sherwell Centre at 7.30pm.
The duo started working together in 2003 and have performed extensively in the UK.
Their debut CD included a world-premiere recording of the complete works for cello and piano by contemporary Polish composer Krzysztof Meyer.
The Plymouth recital opens with Beethoven's Seven Variations on a Theme from Mozart's Magic Flute, and includes sonatas by Barber and Debussy, Janacek's Pohadka, and ends with Chopin's virtuosic Introduction and Polonaise Brillante.
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Peninsula Arts Director of Music Simon Ible said: "Evva and Emma will bring a truly international programme of music to Plymouth.
"The audience can expect power, passion and elegance from these two distinguished musicians.
"I have their recordings, and first brought the duo to Plymouth three years ago for the Peninsula Arts Polish festival, so am excited to be having them back.
"Their recital also includes the rarely-heard Fantasiestucke by Durham-born composer and pianist Algernon Ashton, who died in 1937, and whose music also features on another of their CDs."