Clare Hall's Quartet- and Musician-in-Residence to play concert together

On 5 February, Clare Hall is delighted to be presenting what promises to be a spellbinding concert by our Quartet-in-Residence, the Fitzwilliam String Quartet, accompanied by Musician-in-Residence, Patrick Hemmerlé on piano.

With a wonderful programme featuring pieces by Peter McCarthy, Rebecca Clarke, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Johannes Brahms, this concert is the first to showcase both the Fitzwilliam String Quartet and Hemmerlé here at Clare Hall. 

Alan George, a founding member of FSQ, comments:
'We have teamed up with a large array of distinguished pianists over the years - from Ogdon, Ashkenazy, Schiller in the 1970s/80s to Anna Tilbrook, Simon Callaghan, and Yoko Misumi more recently - so it will be a particular pleasure to begin a new association here with Patrick Hemmerlé.'

Concert details:

Saturday 5 February 2022 from 7.30pm
Clare Hall Dining Room

Tickets: £15 General Admission, £10 Clare Hall members, £5 students and children - available via Eventbrite.
Book your tickets here:

There may be some tickets available on the door, but this is not guaranteed. Please book to avoid disappointment. 

If this concert cannot take place in-person due to Covid-19, we will let our audience know in good time and refund all tickets.

Learn more about the concert via this webpage.

Photo: Glen T Photography

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