Camden Music’s delayed 60th winter season subscription programme will commence on Tuesday October 12th in St. James’ Church.
It is hoped that the season of six concerts between October and March 2022 will be unaffected by Covid restrictions, but this will be dependent on future Government decisions.
Subscription for the season is being held at £65 for the six concerts with free entry to students and those in full time education.
All concerts commence at 7.30pm
Tuesday October 12th – An instrumental Quintet from the London Chamber Music Group featuring Susan Milan (Flute) former principal flute of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Nicholas Ward (Violin) Music Director of the Northern Chamber Orchestra, Mathhew Joneas (Viola) member of Ensemble Midtvest, Denmark, Sebastgian Comberti (Cello) Principal Cello, London Mozart Players, and Ieuan Jones (Harp) Professor of Harp Royal College of Music, London.
Tuesday November 2nd – KlangLust – a Chamber orchestra from Langenzenn in Bavaria. The programme will contain works by Bach, Telemann, Corelli, Mozart (4th Horn Concerto) and Britten.
Tuesday December 14th – Opus Anglicanum – Figgy Pudding – a light hearted programme of music and readings for Christmas.
Tuesday January 11th – The Willshire Duo – James and Philippa Willshire, piano duet with a ballet inspired programme including Ravel’s La Valse and Stravinsky’s Petrouchka
Tuesday February 8th – Bochmann String Trio – featuring Michael Bochmann, violin, Carol Hubel-Allen, viola, David Powell, cello. Works by Beethoven, John Foulds, Schubert and Joplin.
Tuesday March 15th – KammerPhilharmonie Europa – a return visit from this popular Cologne based chamber orchestra playing Corelli, Neruda, Bach, Elgar, Rachmaninov, and Mozart.
Brochures will be available from September, and for further information contact Secretary Arthur Cunynghame or visit campdenmusic.org.uk