November 8, 21, 22 and December 6, 2020

Each concert will be a last for approximately two hours with an interval.

NNMF moves on to a new chapter in its history this winter when we move to a new venue at The Maltings, Wells-next-the-Sea.  Many of you are already regular visitors to The Maltings but we hope these concerts will bring a new audience to this splendid venue with its year-round programmes.  Further concerts planned for the first months of 2021 – details to be announced at the end of this year.

The concerts will take place in the light and spacious Clore Studio and the Handa Gallery on the first floor – a lift is available. When the folding doors are opened it allows the venues to be presented as one single space where an audience of between 70 and 80 will be accommodated comfortably and safely. The excellent acoustic makes this an ideal venue for chamber music in a coolly modern and comfortable space.

Refreshments and light lunches will be available in The Maltings Café and Bar area on the ground floor before each concert and the audience will be able to visit The Heritage Centre, dedicated to the rich history of this resort and port.


8 November at 3pm                                                                                                                                    ROMAN KOSYAKOV piano SOLD OUT

Kosyakov-Roman-SQUARE-326x326                                                                                                                            SCHUMANN Arabesque, Op.18                                                                                                                SCHUMANN Humoresque, Op.20                                                                                                                    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Roman Kosyakov is a graduate of the Central Music School in Moscow and the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, where he studied with Vladimir Ovchinnikov and is now studying at the Birmingham Conservatoire with Pascal Nemirovski.  He has won many international prizes including the prestigious Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition in 2018, which resulted in a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

21 and 22 November at 3pm                                                                                                                          ECHÉA QUARTET TICKETS £16  

Echea_quartetcropped                                                                                                      BRAHMS String Quartet in A minor, Op.51 No.2                                                                                          SCHUBERT String Quartet in D minor, D810 "Death and the Maiden"

The Echéa Quartet was formed in 2017 at the Royal Academy of Music and are the current holders of the Royal College of Music String Quartet Fellowship, where they study with Simon Rowland-Jones. They were prize-winners of the international Anton Rubinstein Chamber Music Competition in 2018 and finalists in the Royal Overseas-League Music Competition in 2019.


6 December at 3pm                                                                                                                                      MITHRAS TRIO TICKETS £16 BOOK HERE 

mithras-2                                                                                                                HAYDN Piano Trio in E minor, Hob. XV: 12                                                                                        BEETHOVEN Piano Trio in D Major, Op. 70 No. 1 'Ghost'                                                                              Helen GRIME Three Whistler Miniatures                                                                                                  SMETANA Piano Trio in G minor, Op.15 

The Mithras Trio came together in 2017 at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and are winners of the 10th Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition, the 67th Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition and the Royal Philharmonic Society Henderson Award 2019.