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The Assembly House

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A lunchtime classical concert at The Assembly House in Norwich with THE ZOFFANY ENSEMBLE who will be performing works by Mozart & Faure.

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THE ZOFFANY ENSEMBLE

Manon Derome violin / Catherine Musker viola

Anthony Pleeth cello / Michael Dussek piano

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Mozart; Piano Quartet in G min K478

Faure; Piano Quartet in C min Op 15

The Zoffany Ensemble performs many of the greatest works in the chamber music repertoire by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Brahms, and also music by more neglected composers such as Louise Farrenc and Anton Arensky. From time to time other players, with whom Manon has a close affinity, are added to the group as the repertoire demands.

JOHANN ZOFFANY 1733 - 1810

The ensemble takes its name from the German-born, neoclassical artist and founding member of the Royal Academy, Johann Zoffany, whose paintings, as well as portraying eminent actors such as David Garrick, often depicted the nobility in their pursuit of musical entertainment. Zoffany came to London in 1760, and from around 1770 - 1800 produced work of exceptional quality, much of it now displayed in the National Gallery, the Tate Gallery and the Royal Collection.

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Organiser of ZOFFANY ENSEMBLE

Assembly House Classical presents a series of lunchtime classical recitals, showcasing prize winning musicians in the stunning Georgian Music Room of The Assembly House in Norwich. 

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