September 21st 2019 @ 7.30pm

Tickets £20 (£10 for full-time students)

Tasmin Little (violin)

Piers Lane (piano)

Brahms:  F-A-E Sonata

Schubert:  Sonatina in D

York Bowen: Sonata

James Frances Brown:

The Hart's Grace

Brahms: Sonata in D minor

October19th  2019 @ 7.30pm 

Tickets  £18  (£9 full-time students)

European Chamber Orchestra

Their programme will include music by 

Vivaldi, Hummel, Suk, Bach, Faure and  conclude with

Serenade for Strings by Elgar.

November 16th 2019 @ 7.30pm

  Tickets £20 (£10  full-time students)

Maggini String Quartet

Haydn: Quartet Op 20 No 6

Frank Bridge: Quartet No 1

Beethoven:  Quartet Op 18 No 1

January 18th 2020 @ 7.30pm

Tickets £18 (£9 full-time students)

Julian Perkins (piano and Clavichord)

Works for Clavichord will feature works by J. S. Bach, Scarlatti and W. F. Bach.

A Mozart Sonata, Grieg's Holberg Suite and 2 Preludes and Fugues from Op 87 by Shostakovich complete the piano selection.

February 15th 2020@ 7.30pm

Tickets £18 (£9 full-time students)

Bartholomew LaFolette (cello)

Caroline Palmer (piano)

This concert is sponsored by

PHARON INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISERS

Debussy: Sonata

Kabalevsky: Sonata Op. 71

Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata 

Beethoven:  Sonata No 5

March 21st 2020 @ 7.30pm

Tickets £18 (£9 full-time students)

New London Chamber Ensemble

Who will be performing pieces by Anton Reicha, 

James MacMillan

Samuel Barber

and August Klughardt

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April 18th 2020 @ 7.30pm

Tickets £18 (£9 full-time students)

Mark Taylor (flute) and Nathan Tinker (piano)

Mark performs works by Poulenc, Vivaldi, Leibermann and an arrangement, by Rachmaninov,  of Liebeslied 

courtesy of the Countess of Munster Musical Trust

May 9th 2020 @ 7pm         please note the earlier start.

Tonight we showcase some of  the youthful local talent with

a free concert featuring prizewinners from the current year's Festival of Music and Drama

There is a retiring collection

May 16th 2020 @ 7.30pm

Tickets £18 ( £9 full-time students )

Panassius Piano Du0

Simon Callaghan and Hiroaki Takenouchi play music by Elgar, Mendlessohn, Rachmaninov and Kasputin in these composers' own arrangments of their works.