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 116th Season 2018-2019

Single Tickets for the evening concerts for the 116th Season 2018-2019 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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May
2
Thu
Brodsky Quartet, Daniel Rowland & Martin Roscoe @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
May 2 @ 7:30 pm

Brodsky Quartet

Daniel Rowland, violin leader and soloist

Ian Belton, violin, Paul Cassidy, viola

Jacqueline Thomas, cello

Martin Roscoe, piano

  • Elgar String Quartet in E minor, Op.83
  • Elgar Violin Sonata in E minor, Op.82
  • Elgar Piano Quintet in A minor, Op.84

Brodsky plus Martin Roscoe playing at Malvern Concert ClubThis very special concert celebrates the centenary of the first performances of our Founder’s three major chamber works, all written in 1918. The Quartet and Quintet were premièred at the Wigmore Hall in May 1919; the Sonata was also performed at that concert, though had been publicly played two months earlier. Malvern Concert Club presented the Quintet in November and the Quartet in December 1919, the Sonata being first played here in 1922. Elgar dedicated the Quartet to the original Brodsky Quartet, in honour of the promise he had made in1900 to write a work for it – though by 1919 its members were aged around 70, and in the event the première was by a quartet led by Albert Sammons.

It is therefore apt that tonight’s performers are the modern Brodsky Quartet – which also played for the Club’s own centenary in 2003. Since its formation in 1972 the Quartet has performed over 2,000 concerts on the major stages of the world and released more than 50 recordings. A natural curiosity and insatiable desire to explore has propelled the group in many artistic directions and continues to ensure them not only a place at the very forefront of the international chamber music scene but also a rich and varied musical existence. Their energy and craftsmanship have attracted numerous awards and accolades worldwide, while ongoing educational work provides a vehicle for passing on experience and staying in touch with the next generation.

The Quartet’s leader, the Dutch/English violinist Daniel Rowland, is a highly versatile, charismatic and adventurous solo performer in his own right, and tonight is joined in the Sonata by Martin Roscoe, ‘a pianist who both thinks and offers full-blooded playing of breadth and depth. In this country, he is an uncommon creature …’ [Daily Telegraph].

The full ensemble ends with the Piano Quintet.

This concert has been generously sponsored by the Elgar Family Charitable Trust

Ticket prices

Adult £21, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £23.52 and £6.72 (students).

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May
31
Fri
CBSO at Symphony Hall: Honegger, Ravel @ Priory Road car park
May 31 @ 11:30 am
CBSO at Symphony Hall: Honegger, Ravel @ Priory Road car park | England | United Kingdom

Honegger: Pastorale d’été French Chamber Music Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin Brahms Symphony No. 2 Conductor: Mirga Gražinyté-Tyla

Tickets

Tickets will be on sale approximately 3 months before the concert. They will be available online here or from Simon Payton.

Pick-up details

Commandery Coaches will provide the transport from Priory Road Car Park, Malvern, to Symphony Hall, with pick-up/set-down at Newland and Powick, according to demand. Note that there are only 50 seats (one busload) for each concert and bookings are taken on a first come – first served basis.

The coach leaves Malvern at 1130am: this allows time for pre-concert refreshments and attendance at the free pre-concert event.

To be added to the e-mailing list to receive information and booking forms, please fill in the form below or contact Simon Payton, Club Treasurer and Membership Secretary or ring 01684 575066.

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Jun
19
Wed
CBSO at Symphony Hall: Tippett, Beethoven, Schubert @ Priory Road car park
Jun 19 @ 11:30 am
CBSO at Symphony Hall: Tippett, Beethoven, Schubert @ Priory Road car park | England | United Kingdom

Tippett: Concerto for Double String Orchestra Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 (Soloist: Stephen Hough) Schubert: Symphony No. 6 Conductor: Edward Gardner

Pre-Concert discussion at 1pm: Edward Gardner in conversation with CBSO Chief Executive Stephen Maddock, OBE

Tickets

Tickets will be on sale approximately 3 months before the concert. They will be available online here or from Simon Payton.

Pick-up details

Commandery Coaches will provide the transport from Priory Road Car Park, Malvern, to Symphony Hall, with pick-up/set-down at Newland and Powick, according to demand. Note that there are only 50 seats (one busload) for each concert and bookings are taken on a first come – first served basis.

The coach leaves Malvern at 1130am: this allows time for pre-concert refreshments and attendance at the free pre-concert event.

To be added to the e-mailing list to receive information and booking forms, please fill in the form below or contact Simon Payton, Club Treasurer and Membership Secretary or ring 01684 575066.

Symphony Hall Coach Trip Mailing List
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Sep
26
Thu
Frith Piano Quartet @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Sep 26 @ 7:30 pm

Frith Piano Quartet

Benjamin Frith, piano, David Le Page, violin

Robin Ireland, viola, Richard Jenkinson, cello

with John Tattersdill, double bass

  • Farrenc Piano Quintet No.1 in A minor, Op.30
  • Fauré Piano Quartet No.1 in C minor, Op.15
  • Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D.667, The Trout

The Frith Piano QuartetThe Frith Piano Quartet was formed in 2001 by a group of like-minded musicians who wanted to explore the wealth of wonderful music written for the piano quartet medium. The group’s founder members included the pianist Benjamin Frith and cellist Richard Jenkinson. Latterly they were joined by David Le Page and Robin Ireland and all are distinguished soloists in their own right. The quartet’s first concerts were at the CBSO’s Centre Stage, Birmingham, where they performed the complete piano quartets of Brahms, Fauré and Mozart. Fauré ‘s enchanting first quartet forms the centrepiece of tonight’s concert.

The Frith Piano Quartet has a keen interest in performing unjustly neglected works that are not so often heard in the concert hall. Together with John Tattersdill, former Double Bass Section Leader in the CBSO, they open the concert with one such work, the first Piano Quintet by the French composer, virtuoso pianist and teacher, Louise Farrenc (1804-75). Highly successful in her lifetime, Farrenc became neglected after her death until ‘rediscovered’ in recent years. With the double bass, her two piano quintets share the same scoring as one of the most popular works in the whole chamber music canon, Schubert’s ‘Trout’ Quintet, which provides a joyful conclusion to the first concert of our season.

This concert is generously supported by Vale Pianos, Pershore, through the loan of a Shigeru Kawai SK-EX concert grand piano.

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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Oct
31
Thu
Pavel Haas Quartet @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm

Pavel Haas Quartet

Veronika Jarůšková violin Marek Zwiebel violin

Jiří Kabát viola Peter Jarůšek cello

  • Ľubica Čekovska The Midsummer Quartet (2016)
  • Schulhoff String Quartet No.1(1924)
  • Smetana String Quartet No.2 in D minor
  • Janáček String Quartet No.2, Intimate Letters

Pavel Haas Quartet are performing for Malvern Concert Club 31 October 19The Pavel Haas Quartet first played at Malvern Concert Club exactly ten years ago this month (a concert featuring Janáček’s String Quartet No.1), and we are delighted to welcome them back.

Founded in 2002, following their victory in the Prague Spring Festival Competition, the Pavel Haas Quartet soon established themselves as one of the world’s most exciting contemporary chamber ensembles. In 2007, the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) named the Pavel Haas Quartet one of its Rising Stars, following which the Quartet held the title of BBC New Generation Artist and in 2010 was granted a classical music fellowship from the Borletti–Buitoni Trust. Performing at the most renowned concert venues around the globe, the PHQ have to date recorded six critically acclaimed CDs, which have received numerous prestigious awards including the Gramophone Chamber Music Award five times, and the overall Recording of the Year in 2011.

The Quartet bears the name of the Czech composer Pavel Haas (1899–1944), the most talented pupil of Leoš Janáček. Like Haas, his contemporary Erwin Schulhoff (1894-1942) died in a Nazi concentration camp. His first quartet is a colourful work that strongly reflects his Czech heritage as well as a heady mix of the styles and trends of the 1920s. The quartet by the Slovak composer Ľubica Čekovská (b.1975), premièred by the Pavel Haas Quartet, references Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Of tonight’s two older composers, although Smetana’s first quartet has been played eight times at the Club (including at its third ever concert, in 1904), surprisingly tonight’s is the first ever performance here of the second.

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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Nov
28
Thu
Pavel Kolesnikov piano @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Nov 28 @ 7:30 pm

Pavel Kolesnikov piano

  • Chopin Fantasie Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op.66
  • Chopin Nocturne in F sharp, Op.15, No.2
  • Chopin Scherzo No.3 in C sharp minor, Op.39
  • Chopin Prelude in D Flat, Op.28
  • Beethoven Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27, No.2, Moonlight
  • Schumann Nachtstück, Op.23, No.1
  • Bartók Out of Doors from The Night’s Music
  • Debussy Prélude Book II No.12, Feux d’artifice
  • Beethoven Sonata No.21 in C, Op.53, Waldstein

Pavel Kolesnikov is performing for Malvern Concert Club 28 Nov 2019London-based Pavel Kolesnikov was born in Novosibirsk, Russia and studied both the piano and violin for ten years, before concentrating solely on the piano. He went on to study at the Moscow State Conservatory, the Royal College of Music and in Brussels with Maria João Pires. During his studies he was awarded the Milstein Medal and the RCM Benjamin Britten Piano Fellowship.

Since becoming Prize Laureate of the Honens Prize for Piano in 2012, Pavel has performed extensively across the globe including major venues in New York, Berlin, Melbourne, Tokyo and Paris. Following his Wigmore Hall debut in January 2014, The Daily Telegraph gave his recital a rare five-star review declaring it ‘one of the most memorable of such occasions London has witnessed in a while’.

A former member of BBC Radio 3’s New Generation Artists scheme, Pavel made his BBC Proms debut in 2016 in Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.2, returning in 2017 to give an all-Chopin solo recital. He maintains a busy career as a recitalist, chamber musician and soloist with many international orchestras.

His studio recordings have been met with critical acclaim, including a Diapason d’Or and a Gramophone Award nomination, whilst earning Pavel a place in The Daily Telegraph’s ‘Cultural Best’ of 2016. Of his most recent all-Beethoven Hyperion CD, MusicWeb International said ‘This Moonlight teems with insight and ambiguity, and leaves an indelible impression that deepens with each listen.’

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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Jan
23
Thu
Tasmin Little violin, Martin Roscoe piano @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Jan 23 @ 7:30 pm

Tasmin Little violin

Martin Roscoe piano

Beethoven Violin Sonata Series 2018-2020

  • Beethoven Sonata for piano and violin No.6 in A, Op.30, No.1
  • Beethoven Sonata for piano and violin No.3 in E flat, Op.12, No.3
  • Beethoven Sonata for piano and violin No.9 in A, Op.47, Kreutzer

Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe are playing at Malvern Concert Club 23 Jan 2020Tasmin Little OBE and Martin Roscoe return to Malvern Concert Club for the final instalment of their three-recital series in which they give us a rare opportunity to hear all of Beethoven’s ten sonatas ‘for piano and violin’, culminating in this, the composer’s 250th anniversary year.

Tasmin Little has firmly established herself as one of today’s leading international violinists. Her multi-award winning and varied career encompasses international concerto and recital performances, master classes, workshops and community outreach work. Her discography and performance schedule reflect her wide-ranging repertoire and she has given numerous world première performances. Tasmin is retiring from the concert stage in Summer 2020, so Malvern Concert Club is fortunate to hear one of her last public performances.

With an extraordinary career spanning over four decades, Martin Roscoe is unarguably one of the UK’s best loved pianists. Renowned for his versatility at the keyboard, Martin is equally at home in concerto, recital and chamber performances. In an ever more distinguished career, his enduring popularity and the respect in which he is universally held are built on a deeply thoughtful musicianship allied to an easy rapport with audiences and fellow musicians alike.

Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe are equal partners who give these works a balanced approach … the playing is energetic and powerfully expressive’ [AllMusic Review of their 2016 Chandos CD set of these sonatas]. The Sunday Times chose this recording as its Album of the Week: ‘Neither artist has done anything finer on disc.

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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Feb
16
Sun
The Gesualdo Six @ Great Malvern Priory
Feb 16 @ 3:00 pm

The Gesualdo Six

Owain Park director

Guy James countertenor, Alex Chance countertenor

Joseph Wicks tenor, Josh Cooter tenor

Michael Craddock baritone, Samuel Mitchell bass

Programme includes music by Tallis, Byrd, Gesualdo, Roxanna Panufnik, Joby Talbot and Owain Park

Full programme to be announced: please watch this space

The Gesualdo Six are performing for Malvern Concert Club 16 Feb 2020There is a synergy between the Renaissance masters and those writing for voices today, says Owain Park, director of The Gesualdo Six, who likes to bring early and contemporary music together in one programme, with the ensemble using the ancient space of Great Malvern Priory to full sonic effect.

Formed in March 2014 for a performance of Gesualdo’s Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge, the The Gesualdo Six went on to give over one hundred performances around the United Kingdom and abroad in its first four years. Over this time, it further developed a passion for ensemble singing that for many of them stemmed from formative years as choristers in churches and cathedrals around the country.

The Gesualdo Six has performed in many festivals in the UK, Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Poland and Monaco. In 2018, the ensemble released their debut recording of English renaissance polyphony ‘English Motets’ on Hyperion Records. The Daily Telegraph said: ‘The sheer beauty of the group’s sound in lofty high-Renaissance style pieces like Byrd’s Miserere is spellbinding. The fine-grained texture of solo voices allows us to savour the amazing harmonic pungency of English sacred music, which at times seems almost modernist. It is a wonderful achievement.

This concert in Great Malvern Priory is excluded from the six-concert subscription, but a concessionary ticket is available to each 117th Season Club Member. Please see here.

Ticket prices – on sale from the Malvern Theatres box office 1st October 2019

Nave: £20.50 (no concessions)

Other areas:(restricted view) Adult £10, Student under 21 in full-time education £5

Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £22.96, £11.20 and £5.60.

Tickets will be available on the door from 2.15pm on 16th February 2020, subject to availability.

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Mar
19
Thu
Iestyn Davies countertenor, Thomas Dunford lute @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Mar 19 @ 7:30 pm

Iestyn Davies countertenor

Thomas Dunford lute

Iestyn Davies and Thomas Dunford are performing for Malvern Concert Club 19th March 2020‘England’s Orpheus’

  • Henry Purcell – Lord, What is Man?
  • Henry Purcell – Sweeter than Roses
  • Marin Marais – Les Voix Humaines
  • Robert de Visse – Chaconne in D Minor
  • Handel – Ombra Cara (from Radamisto)
  • John Dowland – Praeludium / A Dream
  • John Dowland – Behold a Wonder Here
  • John Dowland – Flow My Tears
  • John Dowland – Can She Excuse My Wrongs
  • John Dowland – Lachrimae
  • John Dowland – The Frog Galliard
  • Handel – ‘Hendel, non puo mia musa’ HMV 117
  • Henry Purcell – Music For a While
  • Bach – Cello Suite No1 in G Major: 1 Prélude
  • Dowland – Come Again Sweet Love
  • Bach – Cello Suite No 1 in G Major: II Allemande
  • Purcell – O Solitude
  • Bach – Cello Suite No 1 in G Major: III Courante
  • Bach – Cello Suite No 1 in G Major: IV – Sarabande
  • Handel – Oh Lord Whose Mercies Numberless
  • Bach – Cello Suite No 1 in G Major: V. Minuet 1 – VI Minuet II
  • Bach – Cello Suite No 1 in G Major: VII Gigue
  • Purcell – Evening Hymn

Iestyn Davies MBE is a British countertenor widely recognised as one of the world’s finest singers celebrated for the beauty and technical dexterity of his voice and intelligent musicianship. Iestyn began his singing life as a chorister at St John’s College, Cambridge. Later, after graduating, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music, of which he is now a Fellow.

In 2015 he delighted London theatre audiences singing the role of Farinelli in the play Farinelli and the King. His range encompasses opera, oratorio and solo recitals, the latter in a regular association with Thomas Dunford.

Born in Paris, Thomas discovered the lute at the age of nine. He completed his studies in 2006 at the Paris Conservatoire, when he obtained a unanimous 1st Prize with honours, continuing his studies at the Schola Cantorum in Basel. In 2003, Thomas gave his first performance playing the role of the lutenist in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on stage at the Comédie-Française. Since then, Thomas has played recitals throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia.

Each musician has received numerous awards for his performances, both live and on CD. ‘Davies possesses one of the most refined and lucent countertenor voices, with flawless intonation, ease and beauty across its range and not even a hint of shrillness…. Davies is a natural match for the English Renaissance lute-song repertory, and Dunford, who has a similarly delicate approach to his instrument, matched him phrase for phrase. In repertory that is so soft, requiring careful listening, the two musicians held the audience spellbound and still.’ (The Washington Post)

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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Apr
17
Fri
Ruisi Quartet @ Elmslie House
Apr 17 @ 10:30 am

Ruisi Quartet

Alessandro Ruisi violin, Oliver Cave violin

Luba Tunnicliffe viola, Max Ruisi cello

  • Purcell Three Fantazias
  • Beethoven String Quartet No.7 in F, Op.59, No.1, Razumovsky

Ruisi Quartet are performing for Malvern Concert Club 17 April 2020The Ruisi Quartet are winners of the Royal Philharmonic Society award for Young British String Players. The quartet has established a reputation as a charismatic and expressive ensemble, delivering performances that are ‘strikingly immediate, committed and direct’ (Chichester Observer, 2014). Founded in 2012 by brothers Alessandro and Max Ruisi, the quartet performs regularly throughout the UK and Europe and was selected as Kirckman Concert Society Artists for 2018/19.

Based in London, the Quartet has given concerts at many leading venues, including the Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, Brighton Dome and Conway Hall, plus appearances in Scotland, Spain, Germany and Austria. Dedicated to continually exploring and developing, the group has studied with a wide-range of leading musicians.

Purcell’s Fantazias, written around 1680, combine dazzling contrapuntal mastery with deep expressiveness and dramatic tension created by their chromaticisms and unpredictable harmonies.

Beethoven’s Op.59 Quartets (1806) were commissioned by Prince Andrey Razumovsky, then Russian ambassador to Vienna. The first three of Beethoven’s middle period quartets, they left both their first performers and the public shocked and suspicious. Now celebrated as mainstream chamber music repertoire, these quartets have a continuing ability to surprise, challenge and inspire us.

This one-hour concert at Elmslie House is excluded from the six-concert subscription.

Strictly no admission before 10.30am

Ticket prices

Tickets will be available on the website from 23rd January 2020

Adult £15, Student under 21 in full-time education £9 (no booking fee) includes coffee, cake and programme.

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Apr
30
Thu
New London Chamber Ensemble @ Forum Theatre, Malvern Theatres
Apr 30 @ 7:30 pm

New London Chamber Ensemble

Robert Manasse flute, Melanie Ragge oboe

Neyire Ashworth clarinet, Stephen Stirling horn

bassoon to be announced with Michael Dussek piano

  • Beethoven Quintet in E flat for piano and wind instruments, Op.16
  • Nielsen Wind Quintet, Op.43
  • Poulenc Flute Sonata, FP 164
  • Mozart Quintet in E flat for piano and wind instruments, K.452

New London Chamber Ensemble and Michael DussekEach player in the ensemble is a virtuoso, but as a group they seem to have effortlessly acquired those essential chamber music skills of “give and take” which would grace a long-established string quartet.’ (the late Guy Woolfenden).

2020 sees the 20th anniversary of the New London Chamber Ensemble. A wind quintet with a difference, the NLCE has challenged traditional ideas of chamber music with their innovative programmes. Concert appearances have taken the NLCE all over the world. Highlights include northern Sweden, the Banff Festival in Canada, the Trasimeno Festival (Perugia), the Leeds International Concert Season, premières at the Cheltenham Festival in 2011 and 2014 and concerts at Wigmore Hall and King’s Place, London.

The NLCE’s discography includes Music for Wind and Piano by Carl Nielsen (Meridian, 2009), voted CD of the year by MusicWeb International, including the Wind Quintet (1922) that they play tonight. Their programme opens with the Piano and Wind Quintet by Beethoven, allegedly inspired by Mozart’s masterpiece with the same scoring and in the same key, which is tonight’s finale. In these two works the NLCE is joined by pianist Michael Dussek, ‘an accompanist with all the skill and mastery of a confident soloist, but with the intelligence to match his playing to his partners’ without imposing or losing his own personality.’ (Classical Music Magazine). A member of three chamber ensembles, the Dussek Piano Trio, Endymion and Primavera, tonight Michael also joins the NLCE flautist Robert Manasse in a performance of Poulenc’s delightful Flute Sonata.

Ticket prices

Adult £21.50, Student under 21 in full-time education £6
Prices include a £1 contribution towards Malvern Theatres’ Heritage Fund.

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 £24.08 and £6.72 (students).

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