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The Dmitri Ensemble


Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul, Fenstanton

Since its founding in 2004, The Dmitri Ensemble has championed many new and lesser-familiar works both in concert performance and with an increasingly diverse discography.

Based around the central core of a string ensemble, the Dmitri Ensemble has made acclaimed recordings for the Naxos label of works by James MacMillan (5-star reviews from Gramophone and BBC Music Magazine, both Editor’s Choice), Giles Swayne (double 5-star review from BBC Music Magazine) and Judith Bingham, for Albion Records, a recording of previously unrecorded works by Vaughan Williams in collaboration with the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and for Harmonia Mundi, a disc of works by Imogen Holst (hailed as 'immaculate', 'poised' and 'stunningly captured').

"Awe-inspiring. The performances from The Dmitri Ensemble are superb and immaculate."

For this performance the Dmitri Ensemble will present a traditional programme of music for strings, featuring Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, Mozart's famous D major Divertimento, and Shostakovich's gripping Chamber Symphony Op. 110a, after which the Ensemble takes its name.

This is a rare opportunity to hear the Ensemble outside of the recording studio and in concert, under the direction of their Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, Fringe in the Fen Festival Director Graham Ross.

"The Dmitri Ensemble under Graham Ross are simply magnificent ... the players are utterly committed and cannot be more highly praised ...
a profound performance."

Limelight Magazine

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This event would not be possible without the generous support of Crest Nicholson.