The recipe sounds like a simple one. Round up the best young talents in the world, make them into an ensemble, encourage each of them individually and then put together an ambitious concert programme. Usually this is the kind of thing that only works in theory, so it's best to add another ingredient, like Alexander Gilman. This young, Zug-based violin professor has created a breeding ground for the above-mentioned green shoots of musical ability, and they are now blossoming with musical perfection and youthful exuberance. Ah, and while we are talking about recipes, here is an added extra – we are inviting you to drinks as part of this matinee performance. We know the recipe when it comes to looking after our concert-goers.
Suite No. 3 op. 19 No. 1 for violin, viola and strings
Serenade for string orchestra C major op. 11
Serenade for viola and strings
Suite in olden style A minor op. 10 for violin and strings
Alexander Gilman conductor and first violin
LGT Young Soloists