Saturday 25 March, 7:30pm
Join the prizewinning Fitzroy Quartet for a special evening of classical music at Kingshill House Creative Centre.
The programme for the evening:
- MOZART – Quartet in G K.387
- HAYDN - Op.76 No.3 “The Emperor”
- SCHUBERT – Quartet in D minor ‘Death and the Maiden’
Fitzroy Quartet comprises 1st violinist Dan-Iulian Drutac, 2nd violinst Laura Custodio Sabas, violist Emily Pond and cellist Michael Newman. The Quartet regularly performs across the UK, Europe and the world at prestigious venues and festivals, including multiple performances at the Wigmore Hall.
We're pleased to be able to offer a discount when you book for all three of our classical music series performances. £17.50 each or £40 for the three concerts.
The bar will be open from 6:30pm.
They are Tunnel Trust Award Winners for the 2019/20 season as well as being chosen for the Cremona Quartet’s Le Dimore del Quartetto scheme. In addition to this, the quartet won the ‘Beethoven Prize’ at the Beethoven International Chamber Music competition in Lusławice, Poland for their outstanding performance of Beethoven’s Quartet Op.74 ‘Harp’. Other prizes include, 1st Prize in the Cavatina Intercollegiate Competition, 1st Prize in the Wolfe Wolfinsohn Competition, as well as the Sir John Barbirolli Memorial Prize and the St Peters Eaton Square award.
The Quartet regularly performs across the UK, Europe and the world at prestigious venues and festivals, including multiple performances at the Wigmore Hall. They were also recently invited to be the visiting International String Quartet at the University of the Free State’s Odeion School of Music in Bloemfontein, South Africa where they performed daily recitals. Other collaborations include Octet performances with the Brodsky, Doric, and Piatti Quartets.