Daniel Pioro and Katherine Tinker

Fri 4 June, 3pm & 7pm

Part of Summer at Snape

An exciting and multi-faceted artist, violinist Daniel Pioro plays as a soloist with several of the UK’s leading orchestras and is a compelling advocate for contemporary and experimental music. Here he presents a recital combining pieces both old and new, joined by pianist Katherine Tinker.

Together they perform an attractive intriguing mix of music, alternating between short movements from pieces by Bach and Nico Muhly, and playing two contemplative but contrasting pieces – the original violin and piano version of Vaughan Williams’ much-loved The Lark Ascending and Linda Catlin Smith’s imagining of ‘two entities travelling the same path, occasionally casting shadows’. The event opens with a solo violin piece based on a performance by Kurt Cobain by Cassandra Miller, who would have been an Artist in Residence at last year’s Aldeburgh Festival.

‘flames of passion and high technical flair’ - The Times on Daniel Pioro

Daniel Pioro violin
Katherine Tinker piano

Cassandra Miller For Mira (6’)
Bach Sonata No.3 for violin and keyboard, first movement (4’)
Nico Muhly Drones and Violin, Part I (3’)
Bach Sonata No.3 for violin and keyboard, third movement (4’)
Nico Muhly Drones and Violin, Part II (2’)
Linda Catlin Smith With Their Shadows Long (14’)
Reiko Füting tanz.tanz (8’)
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending (14’)

Concert length: approx. 60 minutes, with no interval

 

Tickets for these concerts go on sale at 10am on Saturday 15 May.

 

 

Your safety and that of our artists and staff is our top priority and so some things will be different to what you’re used to. Key changes are:

  • Reduced capacity in the Concert Hall, with socially distant seating.
  • Shorter performances with no interval.
  • Audience members will need to wear face-coverings (unless they are exempt as per the Government’s guidelines).
  • No printed material – no tickets, programmes, or programme notes.
  • Clear signs and helpful staff to make your visit straightforward.
  • Regular and thorough cleaning, with hand sanitiser for you.

Read the full Covid-safe concert information