We’re now most of the way through our 2014-15 season. October saw a packed house for the Cleveland Chamber Orchestra and the superb guitarist Carl Herring, and in late November we heard a stunning performance by the Carducci Quartet. January brought us Hungarian Dances, a wild concert of gypsy-inspired music by Brahms, Bartók and others, inspired by Jessica Duchen’s novel of the same name, and February brought more Bartók (and Haydn, and Beethoven) from the prize-winning Dante Quartet.
Next up (21 March) is the extraordinary eight-piece Cellophony and then the Chanterlands Players on 11 April. For details of all these performances, click the Concerts link above.
Tickets are £13, either online (follow the Concerts link above) or at the door (subject to availability). We look forward to seeing you!
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