Chamber music from pioneering composers Lili Boulanger, Ravel and Mozart, played by musicians from the London Philharmonic Orchestra's new talent scheme.
Boulanger, the first female winner of the Prix de Rome, opens the programme with her striking pieces for violin and piano, Nocturne and Cortège.
These are followed by Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro, the original piece for the newly invented duel-action pedal harp.
Mozart’s famous Clarinet Quintet, the first piece ever composed for this combination, ends the concert.
The programme is curated and performed by musicians from LPO’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme alongside members of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.