RODE 300 BIRTHDAY CONCERT

Exclusively for Members

Takes place in the Randolph Sculpture Gallery, Ground Floor
Please note there is no interval in the concert

BOOKING REQUIRED


With musicians Michael Foyle and Martin Cousin

We celebrate 300 years of the Rode Stradivarius Violin with this exclusive and intimate concert in the Randolph Sculpture Gallery with renowned musicians, violinist Michael Foyle and pianist Martin Cousin.

Violinist Michael Foyle © Kaupo Kikkas

Violinist Michael Foyle © Kaupo Kikkas

Pianist Martin Cousin © Jochen Braun

Pianist Martin Cousin © Jochen Braun

This beautifully decorated and ornamented instrument was made in Antonio Stradivari’s Golden Period in 1722, and was named for the French violinist and composer Pierre Rode.

The Rode Stradivarius violin 1772

The Rode Stradivarius violin, 1772

 
The concert features two Beethoven violin sonatas, one written specifically for Pierre Rode, and selections of Violin Caprices by Rode.
With generous support from Richard and Jacqueline Worswick.

BOOKING

Tickets are available to Members only.

This event will take place in the Randolph Sculpture Gallery, Ground Floor (in-person) at the Ashmolean.

Tickets are £40.

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If you have any questions before the event, please email us at membership@ashmus.ox.ac.uk

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