Pro Corda staging special concertat London’s Piccadilly

Pro Corda : The Human Story of Chamber Music will tell the real and transformative story behind chamber music education, and everything Pro Corda has believed in for 50 years.

Taking place on 6th March at 7.30pm in the beautiful St James’ Church Piccadilly, and showcasing 3 generations of Pro Cordians, the concert will start with Primary Course star Aki Blendis and also the Pro Corda Schools Festival 2019 Chamber Champions.

Taking to the stage next will be one of Pro Corda’s gifted young professional Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellows, cellist Corinna Boylan. She will be joined by Pro Corda CEO and Artistic Director Andrew Quartermain performing Brahms’ iconic E minor Cello and Piano Sonata.

Andrew will then be joined by fellow Pro Corda Alumnus and international violinist Dominic Moore. Dominic, as well as attending Pro Corda courses from a young age, was taught by Pro Corda’s co-founder Pamela Spofforth. His career now takes him across the world, leading major orchestras, running his own Concert Festival (not to mention being leader of the orchestra for the West End’s Phantom of the Opera!) Together with Corinna, Dominic and Andrew will continue the ongoing marking of the Beethoven 250th year with the famous Op 1 no 1 C Minor Piano Trio.

This truly will be a Pro Corda evening to remember, and to add an extra special touch the whole concert will be by candlelight!

With such a universal mission to bring chamber music directly to people’s lives across all sections of society, Pro Corda is ever more reliant on its scholarship fund. All proceeds from this showcase will go directly to the Pro Corda scholarship fund to enable those who cannot afford course fees to access this unique and exceptional training.


Corrina Boylan (cello)
Aki Blendis (12) (violin)
Dominic Moore (violin)
Andrew Quartermain (piano)
Pro Corda National Chamber Music Festival For Schools:
Chamber Champions 2019 (Brighton College)


De Beriot: Scene de Ballet
Bartok: Romanian Dances
Bach G major Prelude “Fusion”
Piazzolla: Oblivion
Grutzmacher: Hymn
Brahms: E minor Sonata for cello and piano
Debussy: Sonata for violin and piano
Beethoven: Piano Trio op 1 no 3


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