For seventeen years, Sunday evenings at the Medieval Colour House Theatre has been a place to share and listen to Music Among Friends. The monthly event brings in talented young professionals to play informal chamber concerts for audiences to enjoy. Each ninety minute concert starts at 7.30pm and includes a free drink during the interval. Tickets are £12 or £9 for concessions and can be booked by calling 07949 593 431. Alternatively, you could by a season ticket for £30 or £21 concession, which will entitle you to three performances on the 28th April, 26th May, and 30th June.
The Hamming Quartet 28th April
For his 200th anniversary, a concert in honour of the Romantic Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi will be performed by the String Quartet in E minor. This will be accompanied by Beethoven's 'Harp Quartet' played in E flat.
The Johannes Piano Quartet 26th May
An evening of some of the best piano quintet's in history will feature music from the Spanish composer, Enrique Granados in G minor, our very own Benjamin Britten's Divertimento No. 3 on is 100th anniversary, and finally a Brahams classic in F minor.
Thomas Gregory With The Colour House Ensamble 30th June
Four composers are highlighted in this concert, which focusses on string music. The two British composers, John Rutter and Edward Elgar will make a musical appearance, plus Joseph Hayden's Cello Concerto will be played in C. But to start the evening, a violin concerto in G will pay tribute to Georg Telemann, who was once considered a better composer than his friend, Bach.