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Sat 22 January, 3pm
It is not too late to book tickets to join the Holmes Chapel Music Society for their fifth concert at Clonter.
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.
Formed in 2005 to take up residency at Sheffield’s Crucible Studio Theatre, Ensemble 360 quickly gained an enviable national reputation. The group takes its name from the intimacy and immediacy of the Crucible’s in-the-round space, which influenced their performance and ethos to give audiences a ‘360 degree experience’ that goes beyond the traditions of classical concerts.
Sponsored by a Member of the Society
Howells – Rhapsodic Quintet for Clarinet and Strings Op.31
Elgar – Romance for Bassoon and Strings Op.62
Stanford – Fantasy in A minor for Horn and String Quartet
Schubert – Octet in F major D803
Tickets and more details at www.themusicsociety.org.uk
Doors Open 2pm
Concert tickets £23 (members £15)
Children (under 16) with ticket-holder, students in full-time education and benefit claimants £2
Season tickets (does not include the May concert) £98
Concert tickets are also available for cash/cheque from The Print Room in Holmes Chapel (01477 549 682) or Mrs Jane Perrins (01477 537 769). Season ticket enquires to Trevor Boxer (01270 765 775).
Bar facilities available.