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Peter Carter

Peter Carter on why practice and Urtexts are over-rated

Peter Carter was leader of the Allegri Quartet from 1976 to 2005. He recently read our interview with the late Peter Cropper, in which the Lindsays’ first violinist ran through his A–Z of chamber music. Carter has some important points to add to the list, including some controversial views on whether chamber musicians should practise individually, […]

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Masterclass with Sir András Schiff – Sunday, 7 June

The renowned pianist András Schiff comes to Kings Place to coach the Busch Ensemble, Trio Isimsiz and Navarra Quartet in works by Beethoven and Schubert. More information here. Tickets are free to students or £9.50. Hear Schiff discussing Beethoven and boogie-woogie here: ‘We should not lose sight of this great concept of the very spiritual feeling of this […]

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