The programme for the 2019-2020 season can be downloaded here. Tickets will go on sale online on 1 July.
Our 53rd season will see a major change for the Club as we are moving back to Amersham, to the Free Church on Woodside Road, a very central location with plenty of parking and good access.
We have put together a programme full of great music, performed by some wonderful musicians, some returners, others new to us.
Our season opens on 21st September with a return by the Piatti Quartet. Their programme begins and ends with great string quartets by Debussy and Beethoven. In between, they will play a piece commissioned by them from the English composer Mark-Anthony Turnage. This piece will receive its world premiere at the Wigmore Hall this Spring, so we are in a very privileged position, hearing it so soon after.
Full details of the season can be found on the programme page, but with "Mozart: Man and Music, a portrait in words and music" from the English Piano Trio and Friends in October, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra Ambassadors sextet in November, Pelleas Ensemble playing music for flute, harp and viola in February and a piano recital in March, we are confident it will be a very popular season.
Our concerts are an opportunity to hear current and future stars in an informal atmosphere. Often the musicians talk about the music they are going to play and there can be opportunities to meet and chat with them. We look forward to welcoming you during this 2019 /2020 season. Everyone is very welcome, including children, and you do not have to join the Club to come to a concert.
Concerts usually start at 7.30 pm and end around 9.30 pm. Please note that the concert on 28th March begins at 7 pm as it is followed by the End of Season Supper (tickets available separately.)
The Club is a registered charity, number 1048911, and is run entirely by volunteers. We are funded by ticket sales and donations.
Contact 01494 765420 or email@example.com for more information about us.