Eaton Square Concerts celebrates ten years of outstanding chamber music

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Eaton Square Concerts has announced its autumn 2016 season, celebrating ten years of world class chamber music
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Highlights of the season include flautist Katherine Bryan with pianist Tim Carey in a concert of music from her latest album The Silver Bow (chosen as one of Classic FM’s top 20 albums of 2015), as well as the Artea Trio (comprising violinist Thomas Gould, violist Benjamin Roskams and cellist Ashok Klouda) who perform J.S. Bach’s monumental Goldberg Variations, originally written for keyboard.

Other concerts include a recital from renowned pianist Artur Pizarro (winner of the 1990 Leeds International Piano Competition), a programme of Bach and Handel from the Vasari Singers, and St Peter’s Prizewinners the Fitzroy Quartet who will be joined by the Piatti Quartet.

For the past ten years, Eaton Square Concerts has provided world-class chamber music in the historic venue of St Peter’s Eaton Square, with its first performance held on 23rd November 2006.

In celebration of the anniversary, the series has launched a new website, with tickets now on sale.

Eaton Square Concerts celebrates ten years of outstanding chamber music

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