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A photo of Daniel Rowland and Maja Bogdanovic. They are standing close to one another in the middle of a woodland grove with vegetation up to their waists. She is holding a cello while he plays the violin. They are looking lovingly at one another as they do so.
Photo © Stefan Bremer
Ulverston International Music Festival presents

Lunchtime recital: Pas de Deux

Enjoy scintillating string works from Sibelius, Vasks, Piazzolla and Sollima in the stunning setting of Bardsea Church, performed by violinist Daniel Rowland and cellist Maja Bogdanovic.

Date & Time
Bardsea Church

Standard: £14
Student / Under 25 / Access: £7.50
Unwaged (recipients of means-tested government benefits): £6

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee

Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Public on-sale: Mon 20 Mar 10am

Doors open at 12:30pm

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Violinist Daniel Rowland returns to Ulverston, this time with his wife, the cellist Maja Bogdanović. Together they embark on a musical journey in a recital featuring works from their recent album Pas de Deux.


Jean Sibelius Vattendroppar JS 216
Pēteris Vasks Castillo Interior
Maurice Ravel Sonata à la mémoire de Claude Debussy, M.73
Astor Piazzolla Three Tangos
Giovanni Sollima Heimat Terra

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  • 1.00pm

This event is produced by Ulverston International Music Festival

Watch: Daniel Rowland & Maja Bogdanović

Watch Daniel Rowland & Maja Bogdanović perform Sibelius' Vattendroppar, and Pēteris Vasks' Castillo Interior.

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