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Tickets now on sale for trip to Birmingham Symphony Hall Concert 28th February 2019

Booking is now open for the trip to THSH on 28th February 2019. The programme for the concert is: Beethoven: Overture, Leonora No.3 Mozart: Concerto for Two Pianos in E Flat Major K365 (Soloists: Luca and Arthur Jussen) Brahms: Serenade No. 1 You can find out more and buy tickets …

MCC Schools Concert October 2018

As part of our work within the community, Malvern Concert Club arranged for an afternoon performance in the Forum Theatre by Classic Rhythm on October 25th, attended by nearly 200 Y5 and Y6 pupils from local primary schools.  With a delightful combination of humour, storytelling and musical accompaniment (which had …

Talk by Joseph Brand: ‘An Introduction to The Met Season’ 28th Sept

An Introduction to The Met Season presented by Club Vice President Joseph Brand Friday 28 September 2.00pm Malvern Theatres Cinema Admission £2 From a wealth of experience of opera-going, Joe gives an illustrated talk on the first half of this season’s operas to be brought to Malvern from The Met. …

Celebrating English Song CD

This brand new SOMM CD is a tribute to Jennie McGregor-Smith, the founder and driving force behind Celebrating English Song, the famous song series which took place at Tardebigge, Bromsgrove each summer for many years and which played an invaluable role in popularising English song. Sadly, the series closed down …

Changes to car parking arrangements

Malvern Hills District Council has recently announced changes to car parking arrangements, some of which could benefit our concert goers. The car park at The Council House, Avenue Road, is now available all day, not just from 7.30pm as previously. In early November, the start of the concessionary £1.50 evening …

Elgar’s Birthplace – The Firs

In December 2016, the National Trust took on a five-year lease of both Elgar’s birthplace cottage and the visitor centre, inheriting the responsibility for sharing this very special place and its stories from the long-line of distinguished prior custodians. The National Trust was invited to join forces with the Elgar …

Donation to our Archive

The Concert Club has recently been given a copy of the original programme for its 21st Concert, performed by the Walenn Quartet in 1909. The donor, Mr Robert Green, is a former conductor of the Herefordshire Orchestral Society which included amongst its members several former pupils of our founder Sir …

Club AGM – 6 July 2017

At the Club AGM in July we were surprised and delighted by a visit from our Club President who addressed us after the short but necessary business proceedings. He said he had joined us to find out why the Club was so successful when so many are floundering in present …