Malvern Concert Club

Forthcoming concerts and events

This page gives a complete list of the concerts and events coming up over the next few months.

Click on the + sign by an event to expand it and read the details.

Buying tickets for the evening concerts for the 117th Season 2019-2020

Single Tickets for the evening concerts for the 117th Season 2019-2020 are available from the concert venue, Malvern Theatres. They can be booked in advance either online or from the Box Office by telephone or in person. All seats are unreserved. Wheelchair spaces are available; please mention this when booking. You can book them online by clicking on the little black ticket beside the event.

Buying tickets for other concerts and trips

Tickets for some of our other concerts and trips can be purchased online for the event, but not all at present. If you can purchase tickets online, you will find a “Buy tickets” button at the bottom of the description of that concert.  Clicking the button takes you to the page where you can buy those tickets.

Click the “Read more” button at the bottom of an expanded event to see more details on timing and location, together with a map.

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Pavel Kolesnikov piano – afternoon @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Jul 15 @ 3:00 pm
  • J S Bach Goldberg Variations BWV998
Pavel Kolesnikov
Pavel Kolesnikov: Photo Eva Vermandel

Following his stunning recital for Malvern Concert Club in 2019, Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov returns to Malvern Theatres to play Bach’s Goldberg Variations in a specially arranged concert. The Telegraph gave his 2014 Wigmore Hall debut a rare five-star review, calling it “one of the most memorable of such occasions London has witnessed in a while”. He has garnered similar reviews ever since, both for his
recitals and recordings. His recent Goldbergs CD is available on the Hyperion label.

Arrangements for a safe concert

To maximise the number who can attend, Pavel will give two separate recitals on the same day, one in the afternoon at 3.00pm and repeated again in the evening at 7.00pm. We are immensely grateful to Pavel for agreeing to do this. On both occasions he will play Bach’s Goldberg variations. There will be no interval and the recital will last around 1 hour 20 minutes.

Notwithstanding substantial progress in vaccination, audience capacity will still be somewhat reduced. However, Malvern Theatres expect around 200 – 250 seats to be available for each performance, though this is somewhat dependent on the sizes of audience ‘bubbles’. Face masks or visors will have to be worn. It is expected that WC facilities will be available, and there will be some bar facilities though with limited service and social distancing. However, there will be no MCC members’ table or programme sales.

Ticket prices

Adult £22.40, with discount of £2.40 for Club Members using the code emailed to them.

Malvern Theatres also charge a booking fee of 12%, except for members of the Theatres’ own Gold, Silver and Bronze membership schemes. Please apply to the Theatres for details. Prices including the fee are £25.09.

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Pavel Kolesnikov piano – evening @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Jul 15 @ 7:00 pm
  • J S Bach Goldberg Variations BWV998
Pavel Kolesnikov
Pavel Kolesnikov: Photo Eva Vermandel

Following his stunning recital for Malvern Concert Club in 2019, Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov returns to Malvern Theatres to play Bach’s Goldberg Variations in a specially arranged concert. The Telegraph gave his 2014 Wigmore Hall debut a rare five-star review, calling it “one of the most memorable of such occasions London has witnessed in a while”. He has garnered similar reviews ever since, both for his
recitals and recordings. His recent Goldbergs CD is available on the Hyperion label.

Arrangements for a safe concert

To maximise the number who can attend, Pavel will give two separate recitals on the same day, one in the afternoon at 3.00pm and repeated again in the evening at 7.00pm. We are immensely grateful to Pavel for agreeing to do this. On both occasions he will play Bach’s Goldberg variations. There will be no interval and the recital will last around 1 hour 20 minutes.

Notwithstanding substantial progress in vaccination, audience capacity will still be somewhat reduced. However, Malvern Theatres expect around 200 – 250 seats to be available for each performance, though this is somewhat dependent on the sizes of audience ‘bubbles’. Face masks or visors will have to be worn. It is expected that WC facilities will be available, and there will be some bar facilities though with limited service and social distancing. However, there will be no MCC members’ table or programme sales.

Ticket prices

Adult £22.40, with discount of £2.40 for Club Members using the code emailed to them.

Malvern Theatres also charge a booking fee of 12%, except for members of the Theatres’ own Gold, Silver and Bronze membership schemes. Please apply to the Theatres for details. Prices including the fee are £25.09.

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