News and Events › Manor Recitals in 2009
The Manor Recitals Club holds five concerts a year in the beautiful Great Drawing Room of Rothamsted Manor, with a wide variety of chamber music from string quartets to classical guitar. Manor Recitals generally start at 8pm. Please contact Margaret Glendining on 01582 763133 ext 2821 or e-mail email@example.com Please note you MUST ALWAYS contact Margaret Glendining if you intend to come to a Manor Recital because sometimes the recitals sell out and people have to be turned away.
Gail Hennessy (oboe), Reiko Ichise (viola da gamba) and Terence Charlston (harpsichord)
Wednesday 9th December 2009
Music by Abel, Bach, Boismortier, Bryne, Locke and Handel› Click here for more information
Catherine van de Geest-Montavon (violin) and Anna Markland (piano)
Wednesday 14th October 2009
Brahms A major violin sonata, Debussy violin sonata and Mozart Bb major violin sonata
The Chamber Players
Wednesday 10th June 2009
A welcome return by this popular ensemble, playing piano trios by Haydn, Mendelssohnís Variations Concertantes and Song Without Words for Cello and Piano, and Messiaenís Quartet for the End of Time.
Lizzie Ball (Violin) and Morgan Szymanski (Guitar)
Wednesday 1st April 2009
8.00pm in the Great Drawing Room of Rothamsted Manor.
Wednesday 11th February 2009
The Mediterranea Trio are Markella Vandoros (Violin), Aleksei Kiseliov ('Cello) and Elenucia Pappalardo (Piano).
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