World premiere of music inspired by Virginia Woolf takes place in Cambridge in November
The third concert of the ‘Virginia Woolf & Music’ project takes place on November 3rd at 7.45pm in Robinson College Chapel, Cambridge. Performed by the renowned Kreutzer Quartet, the concert explores Woolf’s interest in string quartets and features new work inspired by her writing. The concert includes work by Beethoven, by the South-African British composer Priaulx Rainier, and Mozart’s arrangement of a Bach fugue for string quartet. Two world premieres are featured: Jeremy Thurlow’s Memory is the seamstress and Elliott Schwartz’s Portrait (For Deedee). A free public talk on the topic takes place at 1pm the same day.
Tickets are available here, and further details on the event website.