NATSUKO YOSHIMOTO, ADRIAN UREN AND KONSTANTIN SHAMRAY

We've split this event over two performances (11.00am and 2.30pm) to comply with COVID-19 safety regulations. If you have already purchased a ticket to this concert, we will contact you directly regarding your preference of which performance to attend. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us on (08) 8227 1277.


HOMMAGE À BRAHMS

In the nineteenth century, the horn was synonymous with Romantic ideals of nature and hunting. In 1865, as Brahms meandered through a forest one morning, a melody came to him. Perhaps because he learnt the natural horn as a child, the instrument became the conduit for a lament upon the death of his mother.

Over a century later, as György Ligeti wrestled with his own compositional identity, the pianist Eckart Besch suggested he write a companion piece to the Brahms Horn Trio. The result was a turning point in Ligeti’s career, opening up his ‘third way’ – a style he described as neither modern nor postmodern.


Natsuko Yoshimoto | Violin *
Adrian Uren | Horn **
Konstantin Shamray | Piano

* Concertmaster of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Natsuko performs on ‘The Adelaide’ Guadagnini violin (Milan, 1753–57), on loan from UKARIA.
** Principal Horn of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.

PROGRAM

György Ligeti (1923–2006)

Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano Hommage à Brahms

I. Andante con tenerezza
II. Vivacissimo molto ritmico
III. Alla marcia
IV. Lamento. Adagio

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Trio for Natural Horn, Violin and Piano in E flat, Op. 40

I. Andante
II. Scherzo: Allegro
III. Adagio mesto
IV. Finale: Allegro con brio

Photo: Claudio Raschella

Duration Approximately one hour without interval.
Note Complimentary afternoon tea will be served after the performance from 3.30pm in the alfresco.


COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES

The wellbeing of our audience and artists is our first priority. We've implemented a number of measures to make your experience at UKARIA as safe as possible.

Capacity

UKARIA holds an SA Health approved COVID-Safe Plan enabling us to host events with a maximum capacity of 110 people in a strict checkerboard seating arrangement. A number of seats will also be reserved for patrons requiring mobility-impaired access.

Seating Allocations

Seats are allocated on a front-to-back, first-come-first-serve basis. Ticket holders will be contacted at least one week prior to the event to confirm their seat number(s).

Hand Sanitiser

Hand sanitiser will be provided in the foyer and alfresco bar.

Entering the Auditorium

The doors of the auditorium will open thirty minutes prior to the start time of the event. Please see our front-of-house team in the foyer, who will check your ticket details and direct you to an usher who will help you find your allocated seats.

Refreshments

Complimentary afternoon tea will be served after the performance in the alfresco from 3.30pm. We encourage you to wander through the garden to help us maintain physical distancing. The bar will also be open ninety minutes prior to the event (from 1.00pm).

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NATSUKO YOSHIMOTO, ADRIAN UREN AND KONSTANTIN SHAMRAY – Standard Seating
2:30PM on 15 Nov 2020
NATSUKO YOSHIMOTO, ADRIAN UREN AND KONSTANTIN SHAMRAY – Mobility-Impaired Access
2:30PM on 15 Nov 2020
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