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Coming Soon…

First up is the Holmes Chapel Music Society event – Ensemble 360 on Saturday 22nd January, followed by Clonter’s annual Opera Prize on Saturday 5th February, which we are delighted looks like still being able to go ahead ‘Live’ and with a real audience. This will then be followed by 2 Holmes Chapel Music Society events, before we reunite singers and audience members for the spring afternoon tea. The last of the events, currently on sale, is the Holmes Chapel Music Society’s concert featuring Martin Roscoe. Details of the rest of this year’s programme, including the summer opera production of Albert Herring, will be on our website shortly.

May we reassure you that with the continuing, and fluctuating, Covid situation, should you, or we, need to cancel due to Covid, a full refund will be offered. We are also still operating a one seat between groups policy. Currently we are not stipulating any further measures, but we will keep you posted.

For the Holmes Chapel Music Society’s Covid policies, please contact Jane Perrins via this link or Tel. 01477 537769.
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Holmes Chapel Music Society
Ensemble 360
Sat 22 January, 3pm

Praised by The Guardian as “one of the most adaptable chamber groups in the country”, Ensemble 360 is renowned for its virtuoso performances, bold programming and engaging interpretations of music ranging from baroque duos, through classical quartets to new commissions for all eleven players.

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Opera Prize
Sat 5 February, 7pm

Contestants nominated by the UK’s leading conservatoires, compete for a prize before a distinguished panel of judges. The audience collectively act as one judge. The audience’s vote is also revealed.

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The Elias String Quartet
Sat 12 February, 3pm

The Elias String Quartet take their name from Mendelssohn’s oratorio, Elijah, of which Elias is its German form, and have quickly established themselves as one of the most intense and vibrant quartets of their generation.

“Few quartets at any stage of their evolution have this much personality” – Philadelphia Enquirer

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Young Musicians in Concert
Sat 5 March, 3pm

Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College at Northwich has a lively and vibrant music department. The students have outstanding talents, and a selection will perform at this concert.

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Tea With… Songs from the Shows
Wed 9 March, 3pm

In September Clonter was delighted to be able to FINALLY present all those that enjoyed the online concert in June 2020, with the two artists – John Ieuan Jones and Naomi Rogers – who put this show together. As audience numbers were not back up to normal levels, we wished to invite them back again, to give more of the online audience – whose requests helped construct the content – a chance to see these two artists reunited with Robin Humphreys at the piano.

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Martin Roscoe
Sat 19 March, 3pm

With an extraordinary career spanning over four decades, Martin Roscoe is unarguably one of the UK’s best-loved pianists and vice president of Holmes Chapel Music Society. Renowned for his versatility at the keyboard, Martin is equally at home in concerto, recital and chamber performances.

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