Schubert: Trout Quintet

Chineke! Chamber Ensemble

Zara Benyounes, violin
Stephen Upshaw, viola
Ashok Klouda, cello
Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, double bass
Stewart Goodyear, piano


Schubert Trout Quintet

Florence Price Two Folksongs in Counterpoint


‘An evening of vibrant music making … conveying delight and enjoyment of the music.’  (5 stars)

ROBERT HUGILL on Chineke! Chamber Ensemble


Schubert’s song ‘Die Forelle’, or The Trout, tells the story of a fisherman catching a wriggling trout to the distress of an onlooker. The song’s melody and rippling piano figurations – suggesting flowing water or perhaps a leaping fish – provide the basis for the Trout Quintet, one of Schubert’s most familiar and irresistibly joyful works.

Florence B Price’s extensive and largely neglected output – including symphonies, concertos, chamber music and much more – is at last enjoying a revival. Two Counterpoints perfectly capture, in miniature, her music’s mix of modernity and tradition, bringing together her formal conservatoire training with melodies from the African-American church, spirituals and the blues.

Read our interview with four of the players from Chineke!

Event Details

Monday 21 June 2021

West Road Concert Hall

One hour concert with no interval


£25, £18, £12

Over 18s in Full Time Education £10.

Please read our Covid-safe measures (in full here) and ensure you are comfortable with them before booking. They include the following:

  • Mandatory face-coverings
  • Full power ventilation which may make the hall feel cool or cold
  • There will be no bar service available

The seating plan shows every other seat as ‘unavailable’ – this is an intentional measure to maintain social distancing. If you book for more than one person there will be a space between members of your party. Even if you are members of the same household we ask that you please do not ‘move up’ when you arrive as it compromises the distancing with rows in front and behind. Thank you.