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Lunchtime Recital: Ugnė Viržonytė and Karolína Kubálkova, iolin and piano
Lunchtime Recital: Ugnė Viržonytė and Karolína Kubálkova, iolin and piano

Wed, 28 Aug

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St Mary's Cathedral

Lunchtime Recital: Ugnė Viržonytė and Karolína Kubálkova, iolin and piano

A long-running and popular series of lunchtime recitals in one of Edinburgh's most beautiful concert spaces. Today, violin-and-piano duet Ugnė Viržonytė and Karolína Kubálkova perform Mozart, Schumann and Grieg.

Time & Location

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28 Aug 2024, 13:00 – 13:50

St Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Pl, Edinburgh EH12 5AW, UK

About

This long-running and very popular series of lunchtime recitals features a wide variety of performers, playing and singing in one of Edinburgh's most beautiful concert spaces. These concerts are free by donation, and a perfect way to spend a lunchtime during the busy festival!

Programme

Sonata no. 18 in G major... W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)

Three Romances.................... C. Schumann (1819-1896)

Sonata no. 2.. E. Grieg (1843-1907)

Biography

Ugne Viržonytė and Karolína Kubálkova are a newly established Lithuanian and Czech-Canadian piano and violin duo, brought together by their long standing friendship and love for chamber music. Both are soloists by trade and both graduates of Royal Institutions (The Royal Academy of Music; The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), they have performed in over 40 countries throughout their solo careers in venues such as the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, and Cadogan Hall in London.  Now in 2024, Karolina and Ugne will continue their second mini tour of Scotland to celebrate their fresh chamber partnership – earlier this year they began the tour in the historic St Giles’ Cathedral, followed by Bothwell Music Concert Series as well as ‘Music in the Mearns’ which was founded and curated by Karolina. They are so excited to be performing in St Mary’s today, it will be their debut performance in the festival and they can’t wait to share this programme with you today.

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