Daniel Hope violin
Freddy Kempf piano
The Sacconi Quartet is joined by Freddy Kempf and Daniel Hope, artists known for spontaneity and vitality, for a programme of masterpieces composed in the 1880s. The concert, which includes Chausson's lyrical concerto and Dvorak's muscular drama, two works tinged with euphoric beauty, is crowned by a world premiere by Anne Dudley. The concert supports Britain's oldest musical charity, The Royal Society of Musicians.