Music atT ST MARY'S PPerivale


Sunday April 25th 4.00 pm

Streamed LIVE concert in an empty church

The Hill Quartet

Bridget O'Donnell (violin)
David Lopez Ibanez (violin)
Julia Doukakis (viola)
Ben Michaels (cello)

Haydn: Quartet in E flat Op 64 no 6 (18')

Mozart: Quartet in D K575 (25')

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Formed in 2018, the Hill Quartet hold the prestigious RAM Chamber Music Fellowship for the 2020-21 year and have been awarded both the Sir John  Barbirolli and Alexander Kelly prize in recognition of their chamber music achievements. They have been scholars of the  Academy's ASSET Scheme, a chamber music fast track pathway and  are mentored by John Myerscough, cellist of the Doric String Quartet. The quartet have enjoyed recent recitals at the Marylebone, Barnes and Petworth Chamber Music  Festivals and given performances at St Martin-in-the-Fields, St James's Piccadilly Church and  Hatfield House. Their recent performance at the Bandstand Chamber Festival was praised in a five star review from The Arts Desk as the most 'fluid and refined interpretation' of the Ravel Quartet. Upcoming performances include a the Chamber Music in Residence concerts at Snape Maltings, recitals at West Cork Chamber Music Festival in Bantry and performances for the St.  Boniface Music Society, Royal Academy of Music and Conway Hall.

In collaboration with mezzo-soprano Lotte-Betts Dean, the Hill Quartet recently made their debut  live appearance on BBC Radio 3 ‘In Tune' program performing a work by Connor D'Netto, ‘Dawn  Wail for the Dead'. In this line-up they were also honoured to perform at the Australian Bushfire  Benefit London concert which raised £42,000 for charities working towards the Australian  Bushfire recovery. Along with their work as a full quartet, the Hills regularly perform as a String  Trio and Duo, recently giving performances in Regents Hall in London. The quartet are also  particularly interested in working with living composers on new works and recently commissioned  jazz-bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado to write a piece for string quartet ‘Winter Blues'. The Quartet collaborated with Focusrite to film and record Webern's ‘Langsamer Satz' in the  Dukes Hall and also with the National Film and Television School to record the Ravel string  quartet. In addition, they recently worked with Jonathan Freeman-Atwood to record the  Mendelssohn Quartet No. 2 in A Minor.


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