The recital will include a program of music for two violins, cello and double bass from Italy, Russia, Germany, Bohemia and Austria.
This last concert takes place at 3pm today at Conwal Parish Church, Letterkenny.
The Donegal Chamber Music Society closes another successful year with this final recital.
Audiences have enjoyed eight recitals in Conwal Parish Church over the year.
This year the Music Society brought the 1st Donegal Chamber Music Festival to Glenveagh- a successful weekend of music making by professionals, young musicians and children’s ensembles, directed and inspired by the husband-and-wife team of Victor Yelamo and Orsolya Szabo-Yelamo.
The Donegal Chamber Music Society has been presenting concerts in Donegal since 2009, working with other cultural institutions both locally and nationwide with the aim of fostering an appreciation of Classical Music in the County.
The Society collaborates regularly with Donegal County Council, Regional Cultural Centre, Music Network, Donegal Music Education Partnership, the University of Ulster and the Contemporary Music Centre Ireland.
Their committee (Chairperson Graham Harrison) would like to acknowledge the inestimable collaboration of Canon Stewart Wright and the Select Vestry for facilitating their concerts in Conwal Church.
The Donegal Camerata (founded in 2007) is an international string ensemble of professional players based in the North West.
They have performed at the 400th Anniversary celebrations of Letterkenny, in RTÉ Radio 1’s Sunday Miscellany and at the Allingham Arts Festival.
The group regularly appears in various venues and festivals across the county as well as offering an established concert series in Letterkenny.
DONEGAL CAMERATA String Ensemble (Orsolya Szabó-Yélamo, Lucia Spacirova, violins; Víctor Yélamo, cello; Michael McGinty. double bass)
Sunday 30th November, 3pm. Admission €10/€5 concessions.
Rossini: String Sonata No. 2 in A Major for 2 violins, cello and double bass
Stamitz: Divertimento (Trio) in C Major for Strings Op. 21 No. 3
Denise Kelly (b. 1954): Four Sketches of Dublin/ Fragmentations (1988) (CMC)
Borodin:Trio in g minor for 2 violins and cello on a Russian song ‘What have I done to hurt you?’
Beethoven: 6 Ländler in D Major for Two Violins and Bass, WoO 15
Johann Strauss I: Freudengrüsse Walzer Op.105
Tickets can be purchased at the door.
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