Fibonacci String Quartet – Music on The Green Esher Concert
MUSIC ON THE GREEN ESHER CONCERTS
When are Concerts?: Monthly on Wednesdays and occasional concerts on other days – see programme lower on this page.
Entry: Lunchtime concerts are usually Free Entry with sandwiches included!
Donations welcome (retiring collection).
Times: Light lunch from 12.30 pm:
Concert from 1.10 to approx 1.50 pm.
Come When You Can: We realise that work lunch breaks may not fully match the concert timings, so the programmes are designed to allow you to arrive or leave at any time!
Contact: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the lifting of Covid Restrictions, Music On The Green Esher Concerts Are Returning
Dear MOTG fans
Our first live Music on the Green lunchtime concert of 2021 will be taking place on Wednesday 19 May, at 1.15pm, at Christ Church.
The Fibonacci Quartet, offering a programme of Mozart and Mendelssohn, brings together budding Swedish, Belgian, Czech and Montenegrin string players who last year won both the Beethoven Competition for Young Musicians and the Saint James Chamber Music Competition.
More information about the quartet and photo below.
We ask you please to check the parish website or call the parish office before setting off, to confirm that it is going ahead.
No need to book but COVID restrictions apply. Face masks must be worn and details will be taken for track and trace. Sadly we cannot offer lunch yet. Thank you.
Or you can watch it on Parish of Esher Facebook page at www.facebook.com/
It will also be uploaded onto our ‘Music on the Green Esher’ YouTube channel at
The programme can be found here http://www.esherparish.
Free entry, retiring collection. Online donations welcome on our JustGiving page www.justgiving.com/
We look forward to seeing you again and in the near future.
Esher Parish Office
Programme For 19th May Concert
String Quartet no. 15, K.421
i. Allegro moderato
iii. Menuetto and Trioiv. Allegretto ma non troppo
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
String Quartet no. 1 in E flat, Op. 12
i. Adagio non troppo – Allegro non tardante
ii. Canzonetta: Allegretto
iii. Andante espressivo
iv. Molto allegro e vivace
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
About Fibonacci String Quartet
The Fibonacci String Quartet was formed in September 2019 and consists of students of David Takeno (Eugène Ysaÿe International Chair of Violin) and Louise Hopkins at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
It is an international ensemble, bringing together Czech, Belgian, Swedish and Montenegrin nationalities.
The quartet is coached and mentored by Krysia Osostowicz, a renowned violinist and chamber musician who holds positions as both first violinistof the Dante String Quartet and principal violinist of the Endymion Ensemble.
Since their formation, the members of Fibonacci have participated in numerous masterclasses and projects with prestigious mentors including Adrian Brendel, as well as with the Gould Piano Trio, the Endellion, Bozzini and Castalian Quartets and members of the Chilingirian Quartet.
In March 2020 they won both First Prize and Audience Prize at the Beethoven Competition for Young Musicians in London, competing against international musicians up to 26 years in age, and later that same month they also won First Prize in the St James Chamber Music Competition at the Guildhall.
The ensemble is building up a solid repertoire which already includes works by Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Shostakovich, and last December they were accepted into the Netherlands String Quartet Academy, which they combine with their continuing studies in London.
The Fibonacci Quartet is supported by the Talent Unlimited Foundation and has been invited to be a part of ‘le Dimore del Quartetto’, a pan-European network creating performing opportunities for young string quartets in historic venues.
About Music On The Green
Our concerts take place in Christ Church at the heart of Esher – a church which boasts an outstanding pipe organ, fine grand piano acquired in 2012 with a very generous loan, and good acoustics which all contribute to making our music so enjoyable.
MUSIC on the GREEN is about making music which is accessible to, and enjoyable by, as many people as possible without it being stuffy or cheapened. This is the reason for the MUSIC on the GREEN ‘brand’ – to give the music an identity of its own.
Music is about people, emotions, history… We blend all these ingredients and seek to present our music in interesting and rewarding ways, within its own context so that it can be widely appreciated and enjoyed. Whilst having our firmest foot planted at the classical end of the spectrum, we seek to offer a rich and varied listening programme.
Programme Of Concerts At Christ Church Esher
A concert is scheduled for lunchtime on the Third Wednesday of the month, with teatime concerts about twice a year, usually on a Sunday. The teatime concerts may be admission by ticket, not be free events.
2021 Concert Programme
Wednesday May 19th, 1.15pm – Fibonacci String Quarte
Wednesday June 16th, 1.15pm – Laefer Saxophone Quartet
Wednesday July 21st, 1.15pm – Mark Taylor, flute & Nathan Tinker, piano
Wednesday August 18th – No concert (summer break)
Wednesday September 15th, 1.15pm – Diphonon Duo (viola & accordion)
Wednesday October 20th, 1.15pm – Clare Howick, violin & John Paul Ekins, piano
Wednesday November 17th, 1.15pm – Mera Horn Trio
Wednesday December 15th, 1.15pm – Come & Sing Carols
All Music On The Green concerts are being kept under review. Please check our website for up-to-date news.
Archive - Prior Years
2020 Concert Programme
Wednesday 15 January 1.10 pm Sofia Gómez Alberto (violin) & Arthur di Francesco (piano)
Wednesday 19 February 1.10 pm Dramma Per Musica – early music group
Wednesday 18 March 1.10 pm CANCELLED because of coronavirus threat
Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 April CANCELLED because of coronavirus threat
Wednesday 15 April 1.10 pm CANCELLED because of coronavirus threat
Wednesday 20 May 1.10 pm Hampton School showcase *
Wednesday 17 June 1.10 pm Ensemble Renard*
Wednesday 15 July 1.10 pm Phil Hopkins, harmonica & Stuart Whatton, piano*
Wednesday 21 August No concert – summer break
Wednesday 16 September 1.10 pm Tom Hicks – solo piano*
Wednesday 16 October 1.10 pm Trio Pierné*
Wednesday 18 November 1.10 pm Marmara Ensemble*
Wednesday 16 December 1.10 pm Come & Sing Carols*
* For the concerts from May onwards, please check with Music On The Green . They are not cancelled at the time of this update (March 16th), but this could change due to the unpredictability of the situation
2019 Concert Programme
January 16 – Constance Chow & Phoebe Yu (piano duet)
February 20 – Cadran Trio (Ruth Harrison flute, Sophie Haynes cello & Raymond Wui-Man Yiu piano)
March 20 – Hampton School Brass Quintet
April 16/17 – ‘Music in the Tower’ lunchtime/evening concerts
May 15 – Caledonia Trio (clarinet, bassoon and piano)
June 19 – Clare Deniz & Raymond Burley (cello and guitar)
July 17 – Anna Cassú (piano)
17 January – Eos Trio (clarinet, violin & piano)
21 February – Tau Wey, piano solo
21 March – Jake Fryer Jazz Quartet
TBA March – Music in the Tower lunchtime/evening concerts (dates to be advised)
18 April – 2Nation Percussion Duo
16 May – Tormead School Showcase
20 June – Lucas Dick (clarinet), Amanda Hurton (piano)
18 July – Felicity Broome-Skelton & Natalee Jeremic (violin duo)
15 August – No concert (summer break)
19 September – Aeris Brass (trombone quartet)
17 October – Nicola Hands (oboe), Jonathan Pease (piano)
21 November – World War I centenary commemoration – Wind & Words (clarinet, piano and poetry)
19 December – Come & Sing Carols
18th January – Modulus Ensemble (flute, oboe, clarinet)
15th February – Victoria Puttock, saxophone & Grigoris Ioannou, piano
15th March – Hampton School Showcase
11th/12th April – ‘Music in the Tower’ lunchtime/evening concerts
17th May – Timothée Botbol, cello
21st June – ‘NIA’ Trio (flute, oboe & piano)
19th July – Eszter Schütz, violin & Anna Cassú, piano
16th August – No concert (summer break)
20th September – Victoria Puttock, saxophone
18th October – Anthony Gritten, organ
15th November – Buck Brass Trio (trumpet, horn, trombone)
20th December – Come & Sing Carols
21st September – Quilta
16th October – Jacobean Strollers
19th October – Chalumeaux Sounds
16th November – Mihi Kim (Flute) & Mikhail Shilyaev (Piano)
21st December – Come & Sing Carols
For further information, contact the Parish Office: 01372 462 282
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