The Fibonacci Sequence

Thu 22 July 2021

The Fibonacci Sequence

Andrew Marriner clarinet

Richard Skinner bassoon

Stephen Stirling horn

Robert Salter violin

Yuko Inoue viola

Ashok Klouda cello

Kathron Sturrock piano

Gillian Tingay harp

Every performance by the ‘Fibs’ includes programming that juxtaposes specific chamber music repertoires. These programmes are the brainchild of Kathron Sturrock, whose instinctive and inspired approach often includes less well-known works of the great composers. This year, in the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, The Fibonacci Sequence perform both versions of Opus 16, the original quartet for piano and string trio, and the version Beethoven made soon afterwards for piano and four winds. In the first concert, there is a particular focus on repertoire for harp and the second concert features music from the underrated British 20th Century composer Lennox Berkeley.


10.30am – 11.30am

J S Bach Sonata in G minor BWV 1020 (violin and harp)

C Saint-Saëns Fantasie Op. 124 (violin and harp)

J Turina Ciclo Plateresco, Theme and Variations Op. 100 (harp and piano)

J Guridi Viejo Zortzico (harp solo)

R Clarke Midsummer Moon (violin and piano)

J S Bach Arioso from Piano concerto in F minor (violin and harp)

2.30pm – 3.30pm

L van Beethoven Quintet Op. 16 (oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and piano)

J Ibert Cinq Piècesen trio (oboe, clarinet and bassoon)

J Brahms horn trio  (violin, horn and piano)


5.30pm – 6.30pm

L van Beethoven Quartet Op. 16 (violin, viola, cello and piano)

J Sibelius Andante con Moto from Suite in A for string trio

E von Dohnányi Sextet (clarinet, horn, violin, viola, cello and piano)



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