Nash Ensemble ****
Wigmore Hall, 18th October 2014
The Nash Ensemble toasted its golden anniversary with a selection of golden French repertoire – some of it more familiar in orchestral form – at its Wigmore Hall gala. Formed by Amelia Freedman in October 1964, the ensemble is a mainstay of London’s chamber music scene, its versatility a real virtue, with an incredible number of commissions and world premières to its credit. Taking the familiar pairing of Debussy and Ravel and adding a Fauré gem and Berlioz’s Les nuits d’été to the mix created a mouth-watering menu.
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