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LTC: Liv-Marie Kodurand and Jan Rautio

Part of Lunchtime Concerts

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Liv-Marie Kodurand  Violin

Jan Rautio Piano

Corelli  La Folia
Clara Schumann  Three Romances Op 22
Prokofiev  Sonata No.2

Liv-Marie Kodurand 

Liv-Marie’s expressive and sophisticated playing style has won her critical acclaim, and her innovative approach to programming has established her as one of the most unique and versatile performers today. She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at major international festivals and concert halls throughout the UK and Europe. Performance highlights include prestigious venues such as the Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Field’s, Royal Albert Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Cadogan Hall, St Johns Smith Square and the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Liv-Marie is the founder and artistic director of the Florentine Arts Ensemble which combines music and the visual arts. The FAE have performed at venues across the UK including The National Portrait Gallery, The Fitzwilliam Museum, The Broadway Arts Festival, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Dulwich Picture Gallery and The Holburne Museum alongside regular lecture recitals at The National Gallery on a wide range of themes.

She is co-founder of the Somerset International Festival of the Arts, which is developing a programme of education and performance in rural communities across Somerset. She is much in demand as a teacher and mentor, and is director of the Kodurand Violin Studio.

Jan Rautio 

Jan Rautio was born in Russia, grew up in London and was a scholar at both the Royal College of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music. His work as a pianist, composer and conductor has taken him to many performance venues across the UK, Europe, Russia and the USA. Highlights include the Edinburgh Festival, Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Bridgewater Hall, Palazzo Borghese in Rome, the Yusupov Palace in St Petersburg, Hambacher Musikfest in Germany, and the Charleston International Piano Series. He has given numerous live broadcasts on BBC Radio3 together with the Rautio Piano Trio, having established a reputation as a critically acclaimed chamber musician with the latter.

Jan is the Music Director of the Diversity chamber choir. As their conductor he led them in performances in London’s St Paul’s Cathedral, Gasteig Philharmonie in Munich and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, amongst others. His recent compositions include Gloria, laus et honor for choir and a chamber ensemble, and his first String Quartet. In 2017 he was made the Associate of the Royal Academy of Music for his services to music life in the UK.

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Lunchtime Concerts Food & Drink

Why not enjoy a delicious bowl of soup served with bread and butter, before the concert. Alternatively, you can swap the bread for one of our chef’s delicious toasties to accompany the soup. (Vegetarian & vegan options available).

Option 1 – £4.50

Soup of the day (vegetarian & vegan)
Served with freshly baked bread and butter
(vegan spread available)

Option 2 – £7.50

Soup of the day (vegetarian & vegan)
Served with a half cheese, tomato & onion toastie
(Vegan toastie available)