Konvalia Quartet is available for booking for corporate events, weddings, private parties,recordings and collaboration in different projects
Konvalia Quartet was created in 2013 by four classically trained, professional musicians. Alina Hiltunen is from Finland, (violin I), Marietta Szalóki(viola) and Andrea Derdak(cello) come from Hungary, whilst Agata Kubiak(violin II) is Polish. These roots lend a special vigour to their playing, which they apply just as well to new music as to classical and jazz standards. The quartet has performed at some of the London's popular venues such as Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, Houses of Parliament, Polish Jazz Cafe, Hungarian Cultural Centre, Landmark Hotel and Ealing Jazz Festival. Konvalia String Quartet specialises is post romantic and contemporary music and have performed world premieres of pieces by Simon Rigby, Martin Jones, Jon Mapp and others. They have been working closely with London Composers Forum (recorded and premiered Quartets no3 and no5 by Martin Jones). As a part of that collaboration Konvalia got commissioned to perform 7 new string quartets, most of them world premieres at a Quartet's for the end of time concert on the 25th September 2015. The Quartet is also taking part in AHRC funded 'Classical Music Hyper Production' research project led by Dr Simon Zagorski-Thomas as a part of which they will perform at Kings Place on 7th of October.'In Modern Dress' – Classical Music with Contemporary Technology | Kings Place Konvalia Quartet is also available for booking for corporate events, weddings, and private parties.
Classical Music J.Brahms: Hungarian Dances, V.Monti:Czardas, M.Ravel:Pavane pour une Infante Defunte, W.A.Mozart:Divertimento in D,Little Night Music, Andante from Piano Concerto No.21, Alleluja from Exultate Jubilate, J.S.Bach:Air, Wachte Auf, Jesu,Joy of Man's Desiring, Arioso, Sheep May Safely Graze, A.Vivaldi The Four Seasons, G.Handel:Largo, Entrance of the Queen of Sheba, Aria from "Xerxes" J.Haydn:"The Bird"Quartet, Schubert:Ave Maria, Liszt:Liebestraum, Mendelssohn:Wedding March Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beuty Waltz, Serenade, Waltz and Elegia Franck: Panis Angelicus Beethoven: Ode to Joy Schumann: Traumeri Pachelbel: Canon and Gigue Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana Corelli: Christmas Concerto Purcell: Trumpet Tune Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary Wagner: Bridal Chorus (Wedding March), Mouret: Rondeau Shostakovich: String Quartet No.8 Tangos and Latin: Piazzola: Libertango, Chant et Fugue, Jeanne Y Paul, La Muerte del Angel, Oblivion Albeniz: Tango in D F.Tarrega: Recuerdos De La Alhambra, A.Bernardini: Cacique-Tango Brasiliero, E.Granados: Spanish Dance No5 H.Villa-Lobos Quartet no1 Film Music Por Una Cabesa (Tango from the Scent of a Woman) I Could Have Danced All Night (from My Fair Lady) Theme from New York, New York (from New York, New York) Over the Rainbow (from The Wizzard of Ozz) You Light Up My Life (from You Light Up My Life) Under The Sea (from Little Mermaid) Theme from ET (from ET) Speak Softly Love (from Godfather) Moon River (from Breakfast at Tiffany's) Schindler's List (from Schindler's List) A Whole New World (from Alladyn) Many Meetings, Concerning Hobbits (from Lord of the Rings) 20th Century Fox Fanfare, themes from 007,Star Wars,Pirates of the Careabian and many more Jazz and Ragtime: The Streonnus Life Country Club The Entertainer Maple Leaf Rag Fly Me To The Moon Night and Day, You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To, I Concentrate on You, Begin the Beguine, I Get A Kick Out of You It's Only a Paper Moon, It Had To Be You, Bye Bye Blackbird, Blue Moon, Take Five, How High The Moon, A Day In The Life Of A Fool Rock/Pop The Beatles: Come Together, Michelle and many more Apocalyptica: Bittersweet, Faraway ACDC: Black in Black Metallica: Fade to Black Christmas and specialist repertoire available upon request
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