Dorchester Piano Quartet brings two classics to their series of lunchtime concerts.

Fauré’s beautiful Élégie was intended as the slow movement of a never-completed cello sonata. Perhaps Fauré realised it would be played more often if it stood alone?

Taneyev, a pupil and confidant of Tchaikovsky and teacher of Rachmaninov, was greatly respected by these Russian greats. The Piano Quartet is one of his best pieces – with a slow movement to die for.

Thursday 21 November Corn Exchange 11.30am (doors 11am) FREE (donations welcome)

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