Pudding Chare Music Festival | Soir-Matin and others

Thursday 29th August | 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

LIVE Lit & Phil Event |£10 (free for under 18’s)

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Thursday 29th August | 6pm

PCMF – Soir-Matin and others


Melanie Bonis –  Soir-Matin (Daphne Delfas violin, Cameron Walls cello, Daniel Liu piano)

Ravel –  Sonata for violin and cello (Isabelle Allan violin, Seth Collin cello)

William Shield –  String Trio no. 3 in A major (Isabelle Allan, violin Matthew Hayes viola, Cameron Walls, cello)

Faure –  piano quartet no. 1 in C minor (Daphne Delfas, violin, Matthew Hayes, viola Seth Collin,cello  Daniel Liu, piano)

LIVE Lit & Phil Event | £10 (free for under 18’s)

(If you would prefer to book directly over the phone, please call the Library Desk team on 0191 232 0192 and they will be happy to help.)

This concert is supported by Curvy Sounds a small, quirky musical instrument shop in Heaton, Newcastle. It is an Aladdin’s Cave of Musical Treasures, with an incredibly wide range of String, Wind, Percussion Instruments and Accessories .

Taking its name from the small, winding lane that stands opposite the Lit & Phil, the Pudding Chare Music Festival will showcase young classical musicians from the North East and further afield who are currently training at conservatoires and universities around the country, including Matthew Hayes, Cameron Walls, Alma Vink, Daphne Delfas, Daniel Liu, and Levi Collin.

Audiences can expect a diverse and exciting programme across three concerts that presents works by local composers such as William Shield, John Garth and Edgar Bainton alongside perennial favourites, to include among other items a Beethoven piano trio, Webern’s Langsamer Satz, a trio by Kapralova, and Schubert’s majestic string quintet!

Alongside the main concerts at the Lit & Phil, the festival will also include performances in schools and care homes, and a chamber music workshop with budding young musicians from the region.