Join two of the UK’s most innovative musicians, Daniel Pioro (violin) and James McVinnie (organ), as they play with the cathedral’s vast ambience in a groundbreaking musical journey through four centuries of music. Transporting you from the emotive drama of Biber’s 17th-century Rosary Sonatas to the poetic lyricism of Vaughan Williams’s 'Lark Ascending', their exploration also visits contemporary American composer Nico Muhly’s ambient 'Drones for Violin'; a haiku- like balance of blank space and unwavering tones. This performance opens our evening concert series, and the programme of new works alongside such well-known favourites is not to be missed.
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