8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
£24 (£5 students)
Event information
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
£24 (£5 students)

Join us for a Chamber Music concert in the Kettle’s Yard House as we welcome back Fenella Humphreys playing a varied programme including baroque works, showpieces from Paganini and newer Celtic folk-inspired works.

…Humphreys’ utter absorption and delight shines forth at every turn…… strong-toned, easy fluidity and immaculate technique… Gramophone

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Biber: Passacaglia
Sally Beamish: The Lone Seafarer
JS Bach: Ciaccona from Partita No.2 in D minor
Caroline Shaw: In manus tuus
JS Bach (arr. Humphreys): Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV565
Wieniawski: Caprice No.2, Op.18
Cyril Scott: Idyll
Paganini: Caprice No.3
R Schumman/Debussy/Mancini medley (arr. Humphreys)
Seonaid Aitken: The Mad Piper

About Fenella Humphreys

Fenella Humphreys, winner of the 2018 BBC Music Magazine Instrumental Award, has won critical admiration and audience acclaim with the grace and intensity of her playing.

Described in the press as “alluring”, “unforgettable” and “a wonder”, Fenella is one of the UK’s most established and versatile violinists. She enjoys a busy career combining chamber music and solo work, performing in prestigious venues around the world. She is frequently broadcast on the BBC, Classic FM, Scala Radio and international radio stations.

Fenella performs widely as a soloist. Her most recent album of Sibelius’ solo works with BBC National Orchestra of Wales and George Vass has been featured in BBC Radio 3’s Building a Library, and was Album of the Week on Scala Radio. BBC Music Magazine has written of the recording: “it takes an unusually fine artist to be able to bridge the two extremes. Fenella Humphreys’s playing is a genuine revelation in the way it brings out the music’s dark and introspective qualities, with no shortage of technical panache meanwhile.”