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Ensemble Reza offer wealth of talent and spectacular music

Ensemble Reza

Ensemble Reza

Sussex-based Ensemble Reza promise an evening of spectacular music in a stunning venue at Saint Michael and All Angels, Brighton on Saturday, May 17 at 7pm.

Ensemble Reza managing director Hannah Carter said: “Known for their stunning and passionate performances Ensemble Reza’s concert includes Beethoven’s String Trio in Eb Op.3 and Brahms Sextet No 1 in Bb. The venue for this concert is the Church of Saint Michael and All Angels, Brighton, also known as the Cathedral of the back streets with its spectacular interior including windows and chancel roof decorated by the celebrated artist William Morris.”

Ensemble Reza was set up in 2013 and has had a very successful first year performing across the south-east to enthusiastic audiences and providing a varied programme of events including evening and lunchtime concerts, family concerts and a range of education projects in schools.

Hannah explained: “The group brings together a wealth of talent with players representing some of this country’s finest orchestras and led by Miriam Teppich (who has played as guest principal with the London Mozart Players, the London Philharmonic and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra). The name Reza is taken from the Greek word roots and was suggested by the group’s half Greek cellist and music director Pavlos Carvalho. With growing family commitments, the group are keen to perform nearer to home and feel a strong commitment to taking outstanding music to local audiences.”

Tickets on www.brightonfringe.org.

 

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