Our 2021-22 Season Continues
Malvern Concert Club was pleased to announce the return to the usual multiple concert subscription arrangement for its 2021-22 season. The first half of the season was well attended, without feeling crowded, and we look forward to welcoming musicians and audiences to some of the best chamber music in this part of the country for our remaining concerts.
The recital by Martin Roscoe and Fenella Humphreys on 20th January completes the Beethoven 250th Anniversary Sonata series started in 2019. Our first daytime concert is on Sunday 13th February. Given by Llŷr Williams it includes works by Haydn, Schumann, Rachmaninov and Liszt. The Carcucci String Quartet with Peter Lale play Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Mozart on 24th March. Iain Simcock presents Bach harpsichord works at Elmslie House on the morning of Friday 8th April and the season concludes on 28th April with the New London Chamber Ensemble Wind Quintet, with Michael Dussek.
All evening concerts are on Thursdays at 7.30 pm in the Forum Theatre, Malvern and the February recital is at 3.00 pm at the same venue.
The Committee of Malvern Concert Club
Martin Roscoe and Fenella Humphreys
Join us as a Member
As existing members know, membership of the Club offers substantial savings on the cost of attending six concerts per season, plus the ability to purchase tickets for the two daytime concerts. A ticket for the February Sunday afternoon concert can also be added to the basic subscription. Although the first two concerts have already occurred both options still represent a significant saving on the individual ticket cost of £22.00 with no theatre fees.
119th Season 2021-22
Malvern Concert Club’s 119th season brings another regular series of six Thursday evening concerts in The Forum, Malvern Theatres. We also present a Sunday afternoon recital also in The Forum and a “Coffee and Cake” concert at Elmslie House
About Malvern Concert Club
Ever since its first concert on 31 October 1903, Malvern Concert Club, founded by Sir Edward Elgar, has been a cornerstone of musical life in Worcestershire. Over one hundred years later, today’s Concert Club is proud to continue that tradition of bringing the best chamber music to this part of the country. Whilst grounded in the tradition of the string quartet, each season brings a varied selection of music for small ensemble, with and without keyboard, and voice. Our performers are British and overseas musicians of international standing, with a balance of established artists and promising newcomers.