Oboist Nicholas Daniel, ever-popular at the Aldeburgh festival, returns on Saturday 22 June with a programme that features three chamber works by Oliver Knussen, including the revival of the unhappily titled Fire, a work requested by Britten for the 1969 festival and premiered just days after the new Snape Maltings had burned down.

Daniel is joined by outstanding colleagues Adam Walker (flute), Jacqueline Shave (violin), Clare Finnimore (viola) and Caroline Dearnley (cello) in a programme which includes vivacious Mozart, the piece with which Britten made his own international breakthrough as a teenager, an oboe quartet by Colin Matthews, and a brand new work by Joanna Lee.

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