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Sounds Interesting String Quartet

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"We only have good things to say about Sounds Interesting! Loads of our guests told us how much they enjoyed having you there. Danielle and I really liked the way you took a moment between pieces of music; it made us notice the individual tunes. It was also apparent that the four of you enjoy playing together. Many thanks again for a cracking job. We will certainly recommend you where ever we can."

Anthony and Danielle

Counterpoint

Counterpoint Nonet Counterpoint is a locally based ensemble of chamber musicians formed in 2001 and directed by Anne Tupling. Their concerts at local venues are includiwell received and include Gateway Arts Centre, Shrewsbury Abbey, St. Alkmund's Church, Shelton Hospital, St.Chad's Church and Y Tabernacle in Machynlleth. Counterpoint has given special Charity performances for The Lions and to raise funds for Special Needs provision in Shropshire.

Recent performances:-

Spohr's Grand Nonetto

Beethoven's Septet for strings and wind,

Max Bruch and Milhaud's trios,

Brahms Clarinet Quintet,

Hummel Clarinet Quartet

Mozart Flute Quartet

Mendelssohn Octet for strings

Counterpoint Piano Trio repertoire:-

Brahms C major and C minor.

Mendelssohn’s D minor,

Beethoven’s Archduke and op 1 no 2,

Turina no 2,

Malcolm Arnold,

Haydn 'Gipsy Rondo'

Mozart no 1,2,3

Saint-Saens no 2

Shostakovitch no 1

Martinu 'Bergerettes'

Counterpoint Duo In 2011 Counterpoint String Ensemble perfomed in the Shrewsbury Festival series, 'Celebrating Concerto Grosso' in St Alkmunds Church, Shrewsbury. The next concert at St Alkmund's will be 16 June 2013.

The Counterpoint String Trio gave two concerts in October 2012 of trios by Beethoven and Rossini's quartet with double bass.

Please take a look at our Concert Diary webpage for details of future bookings ...

"Counterpoint with Anne Tupling, and other members of Sounds Interesting have played for us at the Gateway in Shrewsbury on many occasions, with a range of music as varied as our audience, and always to the highest professional standard. They have helped us maintain an exciting concert programme over many years, and always attract good audiences."

Muriel Williamson - Concert Organiser, Gateway Education and Arts Centre