Leamington Music

Leamington Music Summer Concerts

Amaia Azcona Cildoz, soprano, and Morgan Szymanski, guitar

Concert of Spanish and Latin American music
Concert in memory of Charles and Hilda Bottoms

Friday 8 July at 7.30pm at St Mary the Virgin Church, Ullenhall

Leamington Music 2016/17 Winter Season

The International String Quartet season at the Royal Pump Rooms Leamington opens on Friday 7 October with the return of the Carducci Quartet playing Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Beethoven. The monthly series continues with the Van Kiujk Quartet from France, the Elias Quartet, the Royal Quartet from Poland, the Stamic Quartet from the Czech Republic and the Brodsky Quartet.

The Early Music Concert series at St Mary’s Church Warwick opens on Tuesday 11 October with the return of Stile Antico bringing its programme The Touches of Sweet Harmony and the season also includes Ex Cathedra with an Elizabethan Christmas programme and Dame Emma Kirkby and the Chelys Viols Consort.

Other concerts during the season will include the winners of the 2016 Leamington Music Prize, Ensemble 360, O Duo and the K’antu Ensemble.

The Friends of Leamington Music have a Priority Booking period and General Booking will open in July.

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Summer Concerts &
2016/17 Winter Season

Amaia Azcona Cildoz Amaia Azcona Cildoz

Carducci Quartet The Carducci Quartet

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 Leamington Music 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.