5.30pm Warham Reading Room
Once again, the Marmen Quartet will be back to play for us, and, once again, we will enjoy the beautifully restored Warham Reading Room.
The Marmen Quartet have been going from strength to strength and have great plans lined up for the future, including a complete Beethoven cycle in Buenos Aires. If you click on the link to their website you will notice that they have a new viola player, Bryony Gibson-Cornish, who has added a fresh and invigorating approach to their development.
Their colourful programme is as follows:
HAYDN String Quartet in F sharp minor Op.50 No.4
RAVEL String Quartet
The Warham Reading Room opened in 1892 and was built at the personal expense of Reverend Charles Digby on land donated by The Earl of Leicester for the benefit of everyone in the village.
The concert will begin at 5.30pm and will be followed by drinks and canapés at 6.30pm.