Classical

A MUSICAL LUNCH

A MUSICAL LUNCH

  Talented young violist, Bryony Gibson Cornish, opens the Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2016/17 series at The Venue, Leeds College of Music on Wednesday 5 October 2016. 2014 Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra Young Soloist of the Year, violist Bryony Gibson Cornish performs Schumann’s Märchenbilder, Brahms’ Viola Sonata and Zimbalist’s Tango and Zapateados: Sarasateana accompanied by one […]

QUARTET RETURNS TO LEEDS

QUARTET RETURNS TO LEEDS

Renowned as one of the finest string quartets in the world, the Endellion String Quartet returns to The Venue, Leeds College of Music on Tuesday 26 April to begin its popular annual Spring/Summer residency. Part of a series of four concerts all taking place on Tuesday nights at The Venue, the Endellion String Quartet performs […]

BALLET’S MOST FAMOUS LOVE STORY

BALLET’S MOST FAMOUS LOVE STORY

Join Northern Ballet this spring for one of ballet’s most famous love stories with the return of David Nixon OBE’s Swan Lake. Performed to Tchaikovsky’s moving score, this production is a modern take on an iconic classic with all the beauty for which Swan Lake is renowned. Opening at Leeds Grand Theatre from 3 – […]

St Peter’s Singers of Leeds

St Peter’s Singers of Leeds

Leeds Minster, formerly Leeds Parish Church, has a long and distinguished musical history. The list of organists and former organists of the Parish Church of St Peter-at-Leeds is outstanding. On Sunday 28 April 2013 at 8:15pm St Peter’s Singers of Leeds will celebrate this musical heritage with a special concert entitled “Music with Leeds Minster […]

Tony Woods!

Tony Woods!

Founded by the late legendary composer and pianist Michael Garrick MBE the Lyric Ensemble continues with the fabulous Nikki Iles on piano. Tony Woods saxes, part of the original line up, now leads. The beautifully lyrical Nette Robinson continues her contribution on vocals with a voice that it would be hard to tire of listening […]

Luk Vaes piano

Luk Vaes piano

The fine art of improper piano playing. For as long as the piano has existed, composers have used techniques now more readily associated with contemporary music, as Luk Vaes shows in this programme embracing three centuries of keyboard music. Bypassing some famous composers in favour of unjustly forgotten masterpieces to concentrate on beautiful music, he […]