Next concert: Friday, 9th November at 7.30pm: Solem String Quartet

(Solem String Quartet pictured above: image by Emilie Bailey)

Our 2018 – 2019 concert season launched with the exciting young pianist, Florian Mitrea who provided a stunning performance of works by Beethoven, Prokofiev and Liszt. He was justly rewarded with a standing ovation and left  the audience  amazed at his skill and viruosity in performing three such complex and demanding pieces in one programme. Such a talented young man! 

Our November concert on 9th November will be very different with the Solem String Quartet playing Haydn, Bartok and Beethoven. This young group of performers are reported to have a ‘cohesiveness which is rare’ (Caitlin Bowring, The Sphinx). Tickets are available from our Treasurer (snlcs1949@gmail.com) or through WeGotTickets, priced £16. (Accompanied school children and full time students free.)

The AGM, in September, was very well attended and members thoroughly enjoyed the performance by our Joint President, Ann Airton and Kevin Ormond, a baritone, which included the Songs of Travel by Vaughan Williams and some folk songs. Thanks were given to Dena Clatsworthy for her many years of service on the committee as she retires and ‘Congratulations’ to Ron Hill who has chalked up 40 years as a member of the society!

Full details of all our concerts are given on our programme pages and a PDF of  the 2018 – 2019 season’s leaflet can be downloaded here:  SCS_18-19_leaflet

Get to know the music: each month we will provide details of the music to be played so you can become familiar with it in advance of the concert. Details will be available here.

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