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Harry Cameron-Penny, clarinet & Alissa Firsova, piano

 06 February 2014 at 1:10pm 

Harry Cameron-Penny, clarinet & Alissa Firsova, piano

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Lower Mosley Road
United Kingdom
44 (0) 161 907 9000

Harry Cameron-Penny, clarinet & Alissa Firsova, piano

Harry Cameron-Penny studied at The Royal College of Music, and regularly plays in a variety of UK orchestras. He has played to critical acclaim at The Purcell Room as a Park Lane Group Artist, and is a member of The Mercury Quartet, a contemporary chamber music group formed at the RCM to perform Messaien’s Quartet for the End of Time. Harry has worked closely with Nigel Kennedy and his Quintet and is currently The Richard Carne Junior Fellow for Solo Performer at Trinity Laban.

Today he is joined by pianist Alissa Firsova, the daughter of distinguished Russian composers Elena Firsova and Dmitri Smirnov, for a programme that includes two of the favourite works in the clarinet recital repertoire by Brahms and Debussy, as well as Alban Berg’s poetic Four Pieces and a recent work by the talented young composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson.

Supported by The Laurance Turner Memorial Trust

Alban Berg : Vier Stücke
Mark Simpson : Echoes and Embers
Claude Debussy : Premiere Rhapsody
Johannes Brahms : Sonata in E flat major

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