Leamington Music

Navarra String Quartet

Magnus Johnston and Marije Johnston violins
Simone van der Giessen viola
Brian O’Kane cello

  • Haydn Quartet in D minor Op 9 No 4
  • Shostakovich Quartet No 5 in B flat Op 92
  • Schubert Quartet in G D887

Last appearing in Leamington in 2008, the Anglo-Dutch Navarra Quartet has continued to build its international reputation as one of the most dynamic and poetic string quartets of today. The Quartet returns to Leamington following appearances at the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, and Sydney Opera House.

www.navarra.co.uk

Friday 6 October at 7.30pm at Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington, CV32 4AA

Navarra String Quartet Navarra String Quartet

Book your Tickets

Tickets £21.00 and £17.00 reserved central block £13.00 unreserved sides
Tickets for children and students £1.00
Book for any 10 concerts (or more) and claim 10% off the total cost

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Subscribe to all six string quartet concerts with a choice of area
Front Central Area £102, save £24
Rear Central Area £82, save £20

Book online at www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk
by telephone on 01926 334418
or in person at Visitors Information Centre at the Royal Pump Rooms, Parade, Leamington CV32 4AA. Open Monday 10.00am – 5.00pm, Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am – 2.00pm.

Concert generously supported by Margaret Goode

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About Leamington Music

Leamington Music is a registered charity number 1117723 that was launched in July 2006 and aims to maintain Leamington and district as a musical centre dedicated to promoting excellent music.

Music-making at an international level like this can only be put on and sustained by the generosity of our supporters and if you would like to be involved in ensuring that Leamington Music continues to flourish please join the Friends of Leamington Music or contact us directly.

Contact Us

Richard Phillips 01926 497000 richard@leamingtonmusic.org

Veronica Phillips veronica@leamingtonmusic.org


Leamington Music reserves the right to make changes in artists or programmes if this becomes necessary.