Stansted House music events: Piano Quartets from the Rotherhurst Ensemble

Thursday 13th October 2022 at 7.30 pm.

The Rotherhurst Ensemble
Susan Bint (violin)
Janis Moore (viola)
Wendy Lowe (cello)
Graham Bint (piano)


Sonata for Two Violins and Continuo in G minor, Op. 2 No. 8
George Frederick Handel

Quartet in G minor for Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello KV 478
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Quartet for Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello in C minor, Op. 15
Gabriel Fauré Adagio

Quartet for Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello in A minor, Op. 67
Joaquín Turina

Tickets £15 (including interval refreshments). Friends of Stansted Park £10 from Stansted House, PO9 6DX

To book call: 023 9241 2265 and select option 4.

The Rotherhurst Ensemble comprises Susan Bint, Janis Moore, Wendy Lowe and Graham Bint.

Susan Bint (violin) grew up in Wales and was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales for several years. She graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music following four years of study, and later was awarded MA in Music Education with distinction. She performed with the Endellion Festival Orchestra with Richard Hickox, now performs regularly with SouthDowns Camerata and leads Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra. She has examined for ABRSM throughout the UK and internationally for several years.

Janis Moore (viola) read music at Lancaster University studying violin with Paul Robertson, and viola with Paul Silverthorne of the Medici String Quartet. After graduating she continued her studies with Sidney Griller. Janis has taught for the Hampshire Music Service for many years. She plays with Havant Chamber Orchestra, Solent Symphony Orchestra, Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra, South Downs Camerata and the Consort of Twelve and is much in demand as a chamber music player.

Wendy Lowe (cello) originally from Anglesey, was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales, and read music at Cardiff University, studying cello with Sharon McKinley. She worked as a peripatetic cello teacher and freelance cellist in South Wales, working with the Welsh Sinfonia and the contemporary theatre group “Moving Being”. Now based in Hampshire, Wendy works as a cello teacher. She plays with the Solent Symphony Orchestra and the South Downs Camerata and gives regular chamber recitals with local ensembles.

Graham Bint (piano) studied organ and piano at the Royal College of Music where he was awarded the Geoffrey Tankard prize, and the Sawyer and Durrant prizes from the Royal College of Organists. Postgraduate studies at the Royal Northern College of Music followed. Graham has collaborated with the Rotherhurst Ensemble previously in repertoire for organ and strings and has greatly enjoyed exploring the piano trio and quartet repertoire with Sue, Janis and Wendy over recent months.

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