As part of the Sound on Screen series, the Institut français will be presenting a special concert combining the music of Beethoven, Mahler & Schubert on the big screen with a live performance by Quatuor Voce plus guests Alexander Schmaltz (piano) and Diana Galvydyte (violin).
The Sound on Screen series of concerts celebrates and explores the relationship between music and cinema by combining live music and film screenings in an innovative way, and this concert is one not to miss.
This performance will feature excerpts from Shutter Island, Death and the Maiden and The Kreutzer Sonata shown on the big screen of Ciné Lumière, as the musicians play their respective soundtracks live, including Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano and violin in A, Op.47, Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A Minor, and Schubert’s String Quartet in D minor, D.810.
The concert will be preceded by a reception at 7pm, with the concert itself starting at 8pm.
Tickets for both the concert and reception cost £25, and can be booked online. Tickets for just the concert cost £20 (concessions £15, students £12) and can also be booked online.
Sound on screen – Quatuor Voce
8pm, Tuesday 4th December 2012
17 Queensberry Place