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RBC presents Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Brahms

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The Bradshaw Hall

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road

Birmingham

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RBC presents Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Brahms

Director Dmitry Sitkovetsky
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Strings Orchestra

Rachmaninov (orch. Dmitry Sitkovetsky) Vocalise in E minor for strings
Tchaikovsky (orch. A Lascae) Souvenir d’un lieu cher for violin solo and strings
Brahms (trans. Dmitry Sitkovetsky) String Sextet No.2 in G, Op.36

Join the finest young musicians from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire directed by one of the world's most celebrated violinists, as they offer a treat of a Friday evening concert celebrating beautiful, romantic repertoire in the exquisite surroundings of The Bradshaw Hall.

We are honoured to have Dmitry Sitkovetsky, named “a magnetic creative force”, work with our strings players, and hope you enjoy the culmination of a four-day project in this concert.

As part of Birmingham Weekender:

www.dmitrysitkovetsky.com

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is a world-class institution providing exceptional training for the musicians, actors, stage managers and performers of the future. Part of Birmingham City University, its £57m state-of-the-art new building opened in 2017 and is the first of its kind in the digital age, housing concert halls, a jazz club, organ studio and flexible performance space. Its outstanding facilities attract the best and brightest students to Birmingham, along with internationally renowned performers and teachers. With limitless collaboration opportunities for staff and students under the principalship of Julian Lloyd Webber, the Conservatoire is a stimulating environment with an international reputation which celebrates diversity.

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