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POSTPONED – Jubilee String Quartet at Holy Trinity Church, Leamington (2 of 2)

Tereza Privratska and Julia Loucks violins
Lorena Cantó Woltèche viola, Toby White cello

Schubert   Quartettsatz D703
Sylvie Bodorová   Quartet No 4 ‘Shofarot’
Beethoven   Quartet in A minor Op 132

 

Originally formed in London in 2006, the Jubilee Quartet is currently Associate String Quartet at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Its most recent appearance in Leamington was in the 2017 Festival playing the Mendelssohn Octet with the Doric Quartet.

Sylvie Bodorová’s Terezín Ghetto Requiem has been performed four times at Holy Trinity, so the UK premiere of her fourth quartet is eagerly awaited.

Concert generously supported by the Low-Beer Trust

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Tickets held for this concert will be transferred to a new date.

They can also be transferred to another Leamington Music concert or refunded in full – please email helen@leamingtonmusic.org for further details.

 

POSTPONED – Jubilee String Quartet at Holy Trinity Church, Leamington (1 of 2)

Tereza Privratska and Julia Loucks violins
Lorena Cantó Woltèche viola, Toby White cello

Haydn   Quartet in G Op 64 No 4
Tauský   Coventry
Mendelssohn   Quartet in A minor Op 13

 

Originally formed in London in 2006, the Jubilee Quartet is currently Associate String Quartet at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Its most recent appearance in Leamington was in the 2017 Festival playing the Mendelssohn Octet with the Doric Quartet.

Vilem Tauský, with the Czech Free Army, was living in The Parade when he went into Coventry to help after the blitz in November 1940. His very moving response, on seeing the destroyed cathedral, has also been played here several times and it is right to revive it, eighty years on to the month.

Concert generously supported by the Low-Beer Trust

Current Government guidance states that face coverings MUST be worn to concerts; any changes to this will be listed on our homepage.
Please note that concerts might be cancelled if any Government guidance changes; in the event of this, a full refund will be offered.
Leamington Music reserves the right to change artists or programmes if necessary.

Tickets held for this concert will be transferred to a new date.

They can also be transferred to another Leamington Music concert or refunded in full – please email helen@leamingtonmusic.org for further details.