202226mar7:00 pm9:00 pmMetamorphoses

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Metamorphoses is a new ensemble of world class musicians who have established themselves individually as soloists and chamber musicians in the world’s most prestigious concert halls.

The trio is made up of British-American clarinetist, Jean Johnson, Dutch-born violist, Roeland Jagers living in the Netherlands, and pianist Ilona Timchenko. These players have quickly made a big impact on the international stage since the formation of the group in 2015. Their debut CD ‘Metamorphoses’ was reviewed rapturously by Gramophone.

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The CD, “Once upon a Time…” is a cross-pollination of a wide range of sounds, colours and music styles – just as the group itself is an exchange between musicians from three different countries and cultures. The CD repertoire includes the work of composers who fought against great adversity, such as Leo Smit, a Dutch Jew killed by the Nazis, and Rebecca Clarke, who struggled for the recognition she deserved in the male dominated world of early 20th century composition. In addition, the recording features under-performed works such as Mozart’s beautiful Kegelstatt Trio and the devilishly difficult Trio by Jean Francaix.

 “Metamorphoses are fantastic, incredibly clever, tight and very polished. Beautiful phrasing” (BBC Radio 3 Record Review)


“Armchair Classics meet New Adventures”

Max Bruch – Acht Stücke (Selection)

Marcus Blunt – Two Serenades for Clarinet, Viola and Piano

W.A.Mozart – “Kegelstatt” Trio K498

Theo Leovendie- “Metamorph”

Jean Francaix – Trio



Linlithgow Arts Guild

Linlithgow Arts Guild is a voluntary organisation. Its aim is to “Bring Excellence in the Live Arts to Linlithgow”, and since 1969 we have had the privilege of promoting many fine performances by artists, ensembles and orchestras of world renown. The vast majority of performers are professional musicians who perform internationally. The concerts are open to everyone. Our programmes are varied and we hope to attract as many people as possible to spread the substantial costs of our events. Tickets for individual concerts are on sale to the general public for all of our events. We normally have around 200 season-ticket holders who comprise the membership. Our audience numbers have averaged around 200 in recent years, with nearly 400 for major events. We have sold tickets throughout Central Scotland, and sometimes further afield..

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March 26, 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm(GMT+01:00)


Bo'ness Town Hall

Glebe Park, Stewart Avenue, Bo'ness EH51 9NJ

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