Talk: The Low-Beer Story – Sunday 5 May

Royal Pump Rooms | Conservatory


Daniel Low-Beer talks about The Low-Beer story behind Schindler’s List and the Brněnec project. In association with the Friends of Czech Heritage. Donations to the project welcome.

Tickets: £8

Includes tea and cake served afterwards

Talk: Dvořák in Britain – Saturday 4 May

Royal Pump Rooms | Conservatory


A talk by David Beveridge

Following The Dvořák Society’s AGM, there will be tea and a 50th anniversary cake served before the talk starts at 3.30pm. David Beveridge is a musicologist and Dvořák specialist who lives in Prague.

Free entry | Donations welcome

CANCELLED – The American Beethoven – Talk by Peter Herbert

Anthony Philip Heinrich (1781-1861) was born in Bohemia but made his name in the United States, where he was dubbed ‘The Beethoven of America’. Heinrich was really the first “full time” American composer and a musician of great influence, chairing the founding meeting of the New York Philharmonic Society in 1842 and bringing Beethoven’s music to the fore across the pond.

Tickets: £8 including tea and cake served from 3.30pm
£1 Student Standby

Festival Saver Ticket available – call Leamington Music office on 01926 497000 for more details.