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Nils Mönkemeyer & Nicholas Rimmer ~ 9.2.13

August 1st, 2012 by Guy Turnbull in 2012-2013 Season

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Saturday 9th February 2013

at 7.45 p.m.
in Parbold Village Hall, WN8 7DN
 

Photo Credit – Felix Broede                                                  Photo Credit – Irène Zandel

 

Nils Mönkemeyer, viola & Nicholas Rimmer, piano

play

Alexander Glazunov Élégie in G Minor, Op.44
Ludwig van Beethoven Fantasy, Op.77 for piano
Paul Hindemith Sonata for Viola and Piano Op.25,No.4
Johann Sebastian Bach Suite No.1 in G Major
Johann Hummel Fantasy on a Theme from ‘Don Giovanni’
Johannes Brahms Sonata in E flat Major Op.120 No.2

Still in the early stages of a brilliant career, Nils Mönkemeyer has again and again showcased  artistic brilliance and innovative programming talent that has brought him international acclaim while igniting an enthusiastic and growing interest in his signature instrument, the viola. He has received a number of awards including first prize at the 2006 International Yuri Bashmet Viola Competition in Moscow, as well as the top prize at the German Music Competition in the same year. In 2009 he claimed the renowned Parkhause Award in London, along with Nicholas Rimmer.

Nicholas Rimmer was born in Wigan, England and began his musical training at the Royal Northern College of Music, going on to study in Cambridge, Hannover, Berlin and Cologne. He was awarded the Donald Wort Prize for Performance at Cambridge University in 2003 as well as First Prizes at the Birmingham Accompanist of the Year Award (2005) and at the German Music Competition (2006 & 2011). He also toured internationally as organist for the renowned Clare College Choir, gaining critical acclaim for his recording of the John Rutter Requiem on the Naxos label.

Unsure about whether or not to book? Listen to the artists here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bEeadUFA64

Read more about the artists at:

www.nilsmoenkemeyer.com/en/home

www.nicholasrimmer.com/en/home

Admission: £15.00; £5.00 [YP/Student]

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