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Concerts take place at St Christopher’s Church, Wey Hill, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 1DD
All concerts start at 7.30 pm

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please send an email with your name and address to: lamb@haslemere.com

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Saturday 3rd October

Anna Brunner: violin
Igor Keller: violin
Hannes Bärtschi: viola
Christopher Jepson: cello

Beethoven: String Quartet Op 18, No 1 in F major
Hindemith: String Quartet No 7 in E flat major
Brahms: String Quartet Op 15, No 1 in C minor
Amar String Quartet

This young Zurich–based quartet got together in 1995 on the 100th anniversary of the birth of Paul Hindemith, and have the honour of carrying on the name of the great composer’s own string quartet. The Amar Quartet presents highty innovative projects by working together with not only classical musicians, but also artists from the world of theatre, ballet and jazz. In the late 90’s they studied for 3 years with the Alban Berg Quartet in Cologne winning several prestigious prizes. The Quartet has recorded all the string quartets of Paul Hindemith on the Naxos label, winning for each disc a Diapason d'Or.

Saturday 24th October


Beethoven: Sonata Op 2, No 2 in A major
Berg: Sonata
Chopin: Études Op 25 No 1, Op 10 No 3 and Op 10 No 12
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Debussy: L'isle joyeaux
Siu Chui Li

Siu Chui Li is in demand as a collaborative pianist and has given chamber concerts all round the British lsles and Europe as well as in South Korea. She has performed in major festivals including Chichester.
ln England Siu Chui has performed at notable venues such as Wigmore Hall, the Royal Opera House, the Purcell Room and the Royal Festival Hall. She has collaborated with many well–known musicians including flautist Susan Milan, violinist Elizabeth Cooney, and the Doric String Quartet. Siu Chui is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal College of Music.

Saturday 28th November

Stefan Mendl: piano
David McCarroll : violin
Matthias Gredler: cello

C.P.E. Bach: Piano Trio in B flat major, Wq 89 No 1
R. Clarke: Piano Trio (1921)
Brahms: Piano Trio in B major, Op 8
Vienna Piano Trio
Photo: Nancy Horowitz

The Vienna Piano Trio, founded in 1988, has performed regularly in virtually every major music centre in Europe, the Americas, Australia and the Far East. Mentored in their early years by highly renowned musicians including lsaac Stern, Ralph Kirschbaum, and members of the Beaux Arts Trio, their way was paved for a successful international career. They are particularly known for their interpretation of musicians associated with the city of Vienna such as Brahms, Schubert, Haydn and Dvořák. The Trio is resident at the Vienna Konzerthaus where it performs four concerts each season in the Mozartsaal.

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Saturday 13th February

An evening of percussive discovery

Sam Wilson and George Barton
Left to right: Sam Wilson, George Barton

Percussionists Sam Wilson and George Barton present a programme of percussion works. Ranging from the overtly bombastic to hushed calm, the evening will form a guided tour of the exciting and unfamiliar world of percussion.
The programme will feature iconic 20th Century works by Steve Reich and other prominent figures, original compositions by the duo, and explorations into world music, jazz and improvisation.

This concert is supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust

Saturday 12th March:

Ian Belton: violin
Daniel Rowland: violin
Paul Cassidy: viola
Jacqueline Thomas: cello

Borodin: Scherzo
Shostakovich: String Quartet No 2
Beethoven: String Quartet No 8, Op 59 No 2

Brodsky String Quartet

Since its formation in 1972 the Brodsky Quartet has performed over 2000 concerts on the major stages of the world and released more than 50 recordings. A natural curiosity and insatiable desire to explore has propelled the group in many artistic directions and continues to ensure them not onty a place at the very forefront of the international chamber music scene but also a rich and varied musical existence. Their energy and craftsmanship have attracted numerous awards and accolades worldwide, while ongoing educational work provides a vehicle for passing on experience and staying in touch with the next generation.

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Thursday 17th March 2016


This concert is designed particularly for elderly or disabled people who may prefer an afternoon event.
Priority will be given to them but all are welcome to apply for tickets.
The concert starts at 2.45 pm

Valeria Kurbatova: harp
Luce Zurita: flute

Flute and Harp Duo

Two competition-winning young instrumentalists come together to perform duos and solos
by Classical and Romantic composers.


For more information about The Teatime Concert

Veronica Powell on 01428 683163
Email: vjpowell@hotmail.co.uk

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