We have put together a fabulous season this year, with music from medieval to modern, from string quartet to brass ensemble.
To launch it, we welcome players from the stunning Chineke! The brainchild of renowned bassist, educator and activist Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, Chineke! is Europe’s first black and minority ethnic orchestra. A sell-out debut at the South Bank and an amazing Prom in August 2017 were followed by the reopening concert of the QEH in April 2018. Here Chi-chi brings us an exceptional chamber group to play Beethoven’s beautiful Septet and more.
Our Christmas concert features the beautiful playing of harpist Ruth Wall, on concert harp, wire-strung harp and the extraordinary bray harp. Join us for mulled wine and mince pies afterwards!
When I heard Septura Brass on Radio 3 I was immediately bowled over – and I think you will be too. With stunning musicianship, this group represents the highest level of British brass playing today.
The Maxwells are a bit special. Their youth and enthusiasm are infectious, but their understanding of the repertoire is mature and considered. We hope you’ll like them as much as we do.
Violinist Tasmin Little needs no introduction: her concert is sure to be worth the season ticket price on its own. In the event of a sell-out, a season ticket will guarantee you a seat: others may not be so lucky!
Five fabulous concerts – do join us!
Dilys Benson, Artistic Director