with Rupert Marshall-Luck and Peter Cartwright (Piano)
Friday 8 February 19:00


  • Beethoven: Sonata for Piano and Violin in C minor, op.30 no.2
  • Brahms: Sonata for Piano and Violin in G major, op.78
  • Kreisler: 'Syncopation'
  • Mozart: Sonata for Piano and Violin in F major, KV376

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Friday 8 February 19:00

Block A (Adult) - R210   Block B (Adult) - R150
Block A Senior(60+) / Student(21-) R160   Block B Senior(60+) / Student(21-) R110
Block C (Row P, Q, R) - R110  


Brooklyn Theatre (012 460 6033)
Greenlyn Village Centre
C/o Thomas Edison and 13th Streets
Menlo Park


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Rupert Marshall-Luck

Hailed by BBC Music Magazine for his “handsome tone and laser-like tuning”, and acclaimed by audiences and critics alike for the verve, commitment and intelligence of his performances, Rupert Marshall-Luck appears as soloist and recitalist at major festivals and venues throughout the UK as well as in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA.

His extensive discography includes many World Première recordings as well as conspectuses of the complete music for violin and piano of Herbert Howells and C. Hubert H. Parry; and his solo performances have been frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3, ABC Classic FM (Australia), RTÉ (Ireland), SABC (South Africa), Radio Suisse Romande (Switzerland), and in Canada, France, New Zealand and the USA. His recordings have attracted glowing critical acclaim from the international musical press, including BBC Music Magazine, Gramophone, International Record Review (“We have music of distinction and performances to match. A decisive view of how the structures must knit together and considerable mental stamina from both players are firmly implanted into the performances”), MusicWeb International and The Strad (“Marshall-Luck is an ideal interpreter: generously but not effusively lyrical; agile and athletic”). A disc of John Pickard’s chamber music for Toccata Classics (TOCC 0150) was also praised by Fanfare, being highlighted as “a compact disc not to be missed”. He appears on a disc of new works with the BBC Concert Orchestra alongside the pianist David Owen Norris and the baritone Roderick Williams, and forthcoming releases include recordings of works for solo violin and for violin and piano by Andrew Downes and the solo-violin music of Graham Whettam. Engagements for the 2018/19 season include a concert tour of South Africa, including recitals in Johannesburg and Pretoria; a recording of works for solo violin by contemporary Faroese composers; the world première performance of a new work for violin and piano by David Matthews; and performances and a recording with the German pianist Michael Korstick of works by the French-Israeli-British composer Nimrod Borenstein.

As well as his busy schedule as a soloist and chamber musician, Rupert is active as a writer and speaker on the performing aspects of music, and he has presented lecture-recitals, seminars and masterclasses at the Universities of Bristol, Cambridge and Oxford; at Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and the Royal Academy of Music; and at University College London. His radio broadcasts include several appearances on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune and a programme for Radio 4’s series Tales from the Stave. His article Volksmusik, Landschaften und Turbulenzen: Die Lieder und die Kammermusik von Vaughan Williams (Folktunes, Landscape and Turbulence: the Songs and Chamber Music of Vaughan Williams) will be published in edition text + kritik (Richard Boorberg Verlag) in December; and in 2019 he will give talks throughout the UK for various branches of the Elgar Society in which he will examine, compare and illustrate the violin writing of Edward Elgar and Hubert Parry. His scholarly-critical edition of Elgar’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, op.82, will shortly be published by G. Henle Verlag of Munich; this forms part of a series of editions for the publisher which together will comprise the complete violin music of Elgar.

Peter Cartwright

Peter Cartwright has performed at numerous venues around South Africa, as well as in the USA, Botswana and Zimbabwe. He has appeared as soloist with the Johannesburg Festival and Youth Orchestras and the Gauteng Camerata, and has performed at various festivals including the Wakkerstroom Music Festival, and the 969 Festival at WITS the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown where he won an ovation award with flautist Khanyi Mthetwa. He has recorded works by leading South African composers Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph, Andile Khumalo and Carlo Mombelli. In 2015 Peter attended the Aspen Music Festival and School, studying with Anton Nel and Anne Epperson. He was recently a semi-finalist in the SAMRO overseas scholarship competition. Peter holds an MMus from the University of the Witwatersrand, where he is an accompanist, piano tutor, and concert organiser. He is currently registered for his PhD studying under Professor Malcolm Nay and Pauline Nossel.