Many in the Petworth audience will remember Tai Murray’s first appearance at the festival when leading the Chineke! Ensemble in 2019. She now brings her very special blend of virtuosity and sheer joy of music-making to Champs Hill in a wide ranging programme that contrasts the sparse elegance of Arvo Pärt with the effervescence and sparkle of Clara Schumann.
She is joined on stage by the no less remarkable and evergreen presence that is pianist Martin Roscoe.
Clara Schumann – Three Romances
Op. 22 John Adams – Road Movies
Arvo Pärt – Passacaglia
Franz Schubert – Grand Duo in A Major, D. 574
Tickets: £28 (18 and under £5)
Gardens open from 5pm for picnics
Wine included in the ticket price and served from 6.45pm
Generously sponsored by The Bowerman Charitable Trust
Photo: Tai Murray (credit: Gaby Merz)