classical music

Tasmin Little: Final London Recital

Part of Classical Season 2019/20

The violinist called ‘flawless’ by The Times presents her 200th London concert – and her last recital in this city before retirement.

Tasmin Little OBE gave her first performance in our Queen Elizabeth Hall at the age of eight.

In this historic concert, she performs a repertoire of all-female composers with the partnership of three major pianists.

Little closes the evening with a few surprise extras, celebrating beautiful music and friendship with musical fireworks and fun.

BBC Radio 3 is relaying the concert live.

Little is one of the most open-hearted players around, with a watertight virtuosity to match.
a radiant performance
great authority and style


Tasmin Little violin
Martin Roscoe piano *
John Lenehan piano, **
Piers Lane piano, ***


Roxanna Panufnik: Hora Bessarabia for solo violin
Clara Schumann: 3 Romances for violin & piano, Op.22 *
Dame E Smyth: Violin Sonata in A minor, Op.7 **
Beach: Romance for violin & piano, Op.23 *; Invocation for violin & piano, Op.55 *; Violin Sonata in A minor, Op.34 ***

Dates & times

5 Jun 2020
Approximate run time: 135 mins
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Queen Elizabeth Hall


£15 - £45
Booking fee: £3.50 (Members £0.00)
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