This calendar of events at St Mary’s Church will be frequently updated to include ticketing and pricing details that are not immediately available, but will be posted as artists and musicians confirm
SATURDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 10.30am
A recital on the Bevington organ by Fr. Richard Williams.
Programme will include classical and sacred music as well as some light, modern pieces.
Free coffee and biscuits. Retiring collection in aid of St Mary’s.
SATURDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 7.30PM – 9.30PM
STRING TRIO PLUS
Max Baillie, violin; Ruth Gibson, viola; Robin Michael, cello; William Conway, cello.
Centred around the great Op 9 String Trio of Beethoven, this quartet of amazing players will also play three lesser known but wonderful string works from Russia by Schnittke, Glière and Arensky.
Tickets £15 (student cards £7.50, under 18s free)
Tickets in person from Richard Booth’s Bookshop, 44 Lion Street, Hay-on-Wye or www.boothbooks.co.uk. At the door if available (cash only).
FRIDAY 27th SEPTEMBER 7.00pm : THE FITZWILLIAM AT HAY 2019
THE FITZWILLIAM STRING QUARTET WITH PIANIST ANNA TILBROOK
The Fitzwilliam String Quartet is now one of the longest established string quartets in the world: founded in 1968 by four Cambridge undergraduates, the group quickly achieved international recognition as a result of its members’ personal friendship with Shostakovich and their subsequent championing of his string quartets following his death.
Anna Tilbrook is one of Britain’s most exciting pianists, with a considerable reputation in song recitals and chamber music. She made her debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1999 and has since become a regular performer at Europe’s major concert halls and festivals, as well as coaching regularly for the Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Anna has collaborated with many leading singers and instrumentalists and is also in demand as a repetiteur, continuo player and vocal coach, working for companies including the Royal Opera, Royal Ballet, Aldeburgh Festival and the LSO and conductors including Sir Charles Mackerras, Vasily Petrenko, Harry Christophers and Edward Gardner.
This evening they present a programme of works by Schubert; Roderick Williams; Schumann and Elgar.
Tickets £15.00 available at Richard Booth’s Bookshop on behalf of The Black Mountains Chamber Music Trust.
Tickets may be purchased in person from Richard Booths Bookshop, Lion Street, Hay, online at www.boothsbooks.co.uk, by ‘phone 01497 820322 or on the door, subject to availability.
PRE-CONCERT STUDY SESSION at 3.30pm – St Mary’s Church
Richard Wigmore Study Session with the Fitzwilliam String Quartet and Anna Tilbrook discussing Schumann and Elgar Piano Quintets
Ticket price on the door £15. Please note that this is a separate event and tickets for this study session will only be available on the door. This event is not included in the ticket price for the evening concert.