Presented by Maidenhead Music Society.
Haydn Opus 63 no. 5
Mendelssohn Opus 44 no. 2
Ravel String Quartet
This new young string quartet won the prestigious Amadeus prize in 2016 and has played across the UK and internationally.
WHY? Come and hear three great works of the quartet repertoire played by four young women from four different countries
£15, £10 MMS members (£5 under 18s, free with an adult)
The annual sell out concert returns for a 17th year.
Charpentier March (Te Deum)
Telemann Concerto grosso in B flat
Vivaldi Concerto in C for 2 trumpets
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.6
Handel Overture: Hercules
Vivaldi Concerto in D for 2 violins and 2 cellos
Bach Suite No.3 in D
WHY? Including works by Handel, Vivaldi and J S Bach
£18 (£16.50 conc), (£5 under 16s)
Maidenhead Music Society presents Young Winners from the recent WMSO Young Musicians’ Competition.
Ewan Millar, 16, and Evie Rogers, 17, will astound you with their virtuoso playing. Hear Ewan on oboe playing blues, Bach, Dutilleux and Malcolm Arnold.
Violinist Evie will perform masterworks by Ravel including his second sonata and the gypsy-inspired Tzigane, and Kodaly’s Adagio.
Book for the special lunch deal at the Cafe Bar while buying your ticket.
WHY? Marvel at the amazing musical talent of these Young Winners
£9, MMS members £6
Under 18s £4 or up to four free with an adult
St John’s Chamber Orchestra
Antonia Kesel (violin)
Edward Bale (viola)
William Padfield (horn)
Yehuda Inbal (piano)
Nigel Wilkinson (conductor)
Mozart Divertimento in D, K.136
Sinfonia concertante in E flat .K.364
Horn Concerto in E flat, K.447
Piano Concerto No.18 in B flat, K.456
WHY? A full-length afternoon concert, with a delightful array of masterworks featuring an impressive array of gifted young soloists
£18 (£16.50 conc) (£5 under 16s)
Schubert String trio in B flat D471
Hugh Wood Ithaca
Gideon Klein Trio
Mozart Divertimento K563
The renowned string trio of Charles Mutter on violin, Alistair Scahill on viola and Catherine Rimer on cello. Hear thought-provoking interpretations with a distinctive sense of common musicianship from one of the leading string trios in the country.
WHY? Be entertained by three of the best chamber music players in a stimulating concert
£15 (MMS Members £10)
Ron Colyer and Nigel Wilkinson (violin and piano)
Bartholomew Lafollette and Ljubica Stajanovic (cello and piano)
Bethany Cox (soprano)
Robert Cheung (piano)
Kat Ho Hu (piano)
Sonata for piano duet, Op.6
Violin Sonata in F, Op.24 (Spring)
Piano Sonata in C sharp minor (Moonlight), Op.27 no.2
Cello Sonata in A, Op.69
An die Hoffnung, Op.94
Piano Sonata in A flat, Op.110
WHY? A chronological journey through 25 years of Beethoven’s remarkable career.
£16 (£14.50 conc) (£5 under 16s)
Debussy L’apres-midi d’un Faune
Beethoven ‘Ghost’ Trio op.70 no.1 in D major
The trio were First Prize and Audience Prize winner of the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition 2015. They have achieved recognition as an extremely dynamic and creative young chamber ensemble.
WHY? Discover the best in the piano trio repertoire played by the highly-talented musicians
£15 (£10 MMS Members)
Haydn String Quartet op.71 no.2
Tchaikovsky String Quartet no 1
Schubert Cello Quintet
The Heath Quartet have established themselves among the foremost string quartets in the UK. Guy Johnston was BBC Young Musician in 2000. He is one of the most exciting and versatile British cellists of his generation.
WHY? Hear the sublime Schubert Cello Quintet played by the ever-popular Heath String Quartet and Guy Johnston
£17 (£12 MMS Members)