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Painting by Oleg Prokofiev.
Painting by Oleg Prokofiev

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Frances Prokofiev (resident in Blackheath) introduces an exhibition of her late husband, Oleg Prokofiev, the composer's younger son. NoŽllle Mann (Curator of The Serge Prokofiev Archive) presents the programme which includes the complete chamber music by Serge Prokofiev and the premiere of new String Quartet by the composer's grandson, Gabriel Prokofiev.

Saturday, 11 October, 7:30 pm

Alexander Rozhdestvensky, violin
Natalia Lomeiko, violin
Mikhail Rudy, piano

Complete works for violin and piano

Cinq Melodies (arranged for violin and piano by the composer) op. 35a (1925)
Sonata for violin and piano No 1 in F minor op. 80 (1938-46)
Sonata for two violins
Sonata for violin and piano No 2 op. 94a in D

Sunday 12 October, 11:30 am

Alexander Ivashkin, cello
Mikhail Rudy, piano

Complete works for cello and piano

Ballade op 15 (1912)
Adagio from the ballet 'Cinderella', op. 97a (1944)
Suite from ballet 'Chout', op. 21 (1920). Arranged for cello and piano by Roman Sapozhnikov. UK premiere.
Sonata for solo cello, op. 133 (1953)
Sonata for cello and piano, op. 119 (1949)

Sunday 12 October, 4 pm

Mikhail Rudy, piano
Alexander Rozhdestvensky, violin
Natalia Lomeiko, violin
Daniel Raiskin, viola
Alexander Ivashkin, cello
Sergei Gorlenko, double bass
Melinda Maxwell, oboe (tbc)
Colin Lawson, clarinet

String Quartet No 1 in B minor op 50 (1930)
Trapeze', music for ballet (1924-25)
Overture on Hebrew Themes op. 32 (1919)
String quartet No 2 in F op 92 (1941)

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