Leamington Music

LEAMINGTON MUSIC WINTER SEASON

Navarra String Quartet

  • Haydn Quartet in D minor Op 9 No 4
  • Shostakovich Quartet No 5 in B flat Op 92
  • Schubert Quartet in G D887
Friday 6 October at 7.30pm  More...

Ex Cathedra

Monteverdi: In Search of 1610 Following a number of performances in the area of the Vespers, Ex Cathedra explores how Monteverdi developed the brilliant fusion of musical styles in his famous 1610 collection.
Tuesday 10 October at 7.30pm  More...

Raphael Wallfisch Plays Bach

The Six Cello Suites by Johann Sebastian Bach. A fundraising evening for St Mary’s Church Tower and Leamington Music. The evening has two concerts with a supper interval, with a chance to meet Raphael Wallfisch at the end of the evening. This popular and celebrated cellist has twice before attracted huge audiences to St Mary’s Church
Saturday 28 October at 5.00pm  More...

Welcome

The twelfth Leamington Music winter season is again built on the monthly string quartet and early music series in Leamington and Warwick. The Investec International String Quartet Season has six quartets that have all performed here before. With quartets from the USA, Hungary, Russia and Romania, plus two British ones that include Dutch musicians, it’s not just the high standard that earns the word international.

The BAXI Early Music at St Mary’s Season provides a journey through some five hundred years of music, with old favourites like Ex Cathedra, The York Waits, Joglaresa and The Bach Players joined by upcoming young groups, the recorder quartet Palisander and The Gesualdo Six. See on the next page, where there are, as for the string quartets, subscription details.

The third concert of the season is a fund-raising one and we are very grateful to Raphael Wallfisch who for a second time will play all the Bach Cello Suites in St Mary’s Warwick. There are three Christmas concerts, the Mellstock Band returns to the Lord Leycester Hospital and The York Waits to St Mary’s in Warwick and the Carice Singers perform in St Mark’s Leamington.

The Royal Spa Centre plays its part in the season, with the winners of the 2017 Leamington Music Prize, the Avesta Saxophone Quartet on 23 November, Ensemble 360 returning on 11 February with a new Paul Rissmann work for the Family Concert, followed by an afternoon of Brahms and to end the season, the Schubert Ensemble of London, on its final tour before retirement after 35 glorious years, serves the Trout on 18 March. Please join us and enjoy the full six months feast!

Richard Phillips MBE, Festival Director.

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October 2017 - March  2018

Navarra String Quartet Navarra String Quartet
Ex Cathedra Consort Ex Cathedra Consort - credit Paul Arthur
Raphael Wallfisch Raphael Wallfisch

Book now!

The box office has moved from Leamington Town Hall to the Visitors Information Centre at the Royal Pump Rooms. The telephone number remains 01926 334418, as does online booking – www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk.

Save money with Subscriptions on the String Quartet and Early Music seasons.

Book for any 10 concerts (or more) and claim 10% off the totalcost.
Tickets for children and students £1.00 at all concerts except Family Concert on 11 February.
Opening hours at Royal Pump Rooms box office:
– Monday 10.00am – 5.00pm, - Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am – 2.00pm.
Tickets for St Mary’s Church Warwick also at Church Gift Shop

About Leamington Music

Leamington Music is a registered charity number 1117723 that was launched in July 2006 and aims to maintain Leamington and district as a musical centre dedicated to promoting excellent music.

Music-making at an international level like this can only be put on and sustained by the generosity of our supporters and if you would like to be involved in ensuring that Leamington Music continues to flourish please join the Friends of LeamingtonMusic or contact us directly.

Contact Us

Richard Phillips 01926 497000 richard@LeamingtonMusic.org

Veronica Phillips veronica@LeamingtonMusic.org


Leamington Music reserves the right to change programmes, artists or venues if it becomes necessary.