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Septura Brass Septet


Monday 9th July

7:30 pm


The brass septet is a brand new invention, and therein lies the root of our compulsion to steal: we have no canon of repertoire, no grand history of great compositions.

And so we’re inventing one. Like musical Robin Hoods we thieve from the richest ensembles to create a counterfactual history — a parallel universe in which, in the world of chamber music, the brass septet rules.

Our four-concert series comes to West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge in 2017-18, and presents our prize pickings: plunder from pianists, string ensembles, chamber orchestras and singers.

Song Swag

In music for voice and piano, Septura explore a great transatlantic relationship, charting a course from Fauré’s mélodies, through Ravel’s Mother Goose, to his friend Gershwin’s Songbook and iconic An American in Paris, especially arranged for brass and solo car-horns.

Ravel Mother Goose
Fauré Mélodies

Gershwin Three Piano Preludes

Gershwin Songbook
Gershwin An American in Paris

Ticket & Booking Information
£20, £15 concessions, £5 students.
20% discount when booking all four concerts in the series
10% group discount when booking 5 or more tickets
Cambridge Live Tickets 01223 357851

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