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Clara Schumann and Rebecca Clarke from St Jude's

Violinist Jack Liebeck and pianist Katya Apekisheva mark the anniversaries of two female composers, Clara Schumann and Rebecca Clarke.

Jack Liebeck violin and Katya Apekisheva piano mark anniversaries of two female composers – the 200th of the birth of Clara Schumann and the 40th of the death of English composer Rebecca Clarke at St Jude's Church in Hampstead.

Presented by Georgia Mann

7.30pm
Clara Schumann Three Romances
Faure Sonata no.1

Interval

Rebecca Clarke Midsummer Moon
Debussy Clair de Lune
Franck Violin Sonata

Jack Liebeck (violin)
Katya Apekisheva (piano)

Photo: © Michael Eleftheriades

2 hours, 28 minutes

Music Played

  • Clara Schumann

    Three Romances for violin and piano, Op.22

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • Gabriel Fauré

    Sonata No.1 in A major for violin and piano, Op.13

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • Amy Beach

    Theme and Variations, Op.80

    Performer: Emily Beynon. Performer: Henk Rubingh. Performer: Marijn Mijnders. Performer: Roland Kramer. Performer: Daniel Esser.
  • Rebecca Clarke

    Midsummer Moon for violin and piano

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • Claude Debussy

    Clair de lune (Suite Bergamasque)

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • César Franck

    Sonata in A major for violin and piano, M.8

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • Édouard Lalo

    Guitare for violin and piano. Op.28

    Performer: Jack Liebeck. Performer: Katya Apekisheva.
  • Sergei Prokofiev

    Cello Concerto in E minor, Op 58

    Performer: Steven Isserlis. Orchestra: Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Paavo Järvi.
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