Haydn, Dvorak and Mozart in Bognor Regis
60 Minutes of Classical Music offers a programme of Haydn, Dvorak and Mozart on October 7 at 7.30pm in the Studio Room of The Alexandra Theatre, Bognor Regis.
It features a string quartet comprising violins Jonathan Strange and Robin Brightman, viola Jose Gandia and cello Bognor’s Roger Clayden.
The programme will be: Joseph Haydn - String Quartet Opus 64 No 4 in G Major; Allegro Con brio, Menuet & Trio, Adagio, Final; Antonin Dvorak - String Quartet No 12 F Major Opus 96, Final Only; W A Mozart -
String Quartet KV458 No17 Bb Major; Allegro Vivace assai, Menuetto, Adagio, Allegro Assai, The Hunt.
Jonathan Strange studied the violin at the Royal Academy of Music. In a varied career, he has toured the world as a member of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and other major orchestras, and was co-leader of the London Mozart Players. Jonathan is a member of the Lansdowne String Trio. In the studios he works with the stars of rock and pop and on Hollywood movies. He performs on a Grancino violin of 1689.
After graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he studied on a Corporation of London Scholarship and was awarded several prestigious prizes, Robin Brightman joined the London Symphony Orchestra as a member of the first violin section.
Jose Gandia graduated from Trinity Laban Consevatoire, London with a M Mus in music performance. In 2009 he was awarded the fourth prize for solo performance at the international Music Competition in Padova.
Roger Clayden at the age of seven became a member of the Worthing Junior Orchestra in 1967. He entered Trinity College of Music Junior Department in 1976, and in 1980 enlisted as a musician in the army playing the bass trombone and cello.
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