Mozart in harmonically daring mood, Alwyn at his most skilfully picturesque and delicate, a quartet about a nightmare tube journey, a final, epic outpouring of nostalgia and passion by a great composer at the end of his creative life: chamber music programmes don’t get much more diverse, or thrilling, than this...
The Goldcrest Ensemble – comprised of flute, harp, violin, viola and cello – are a new ensemble based in Aldeburgh, led by distinguished violinist Kenneth Sillito. They present two Mozart chamber works alongside delicate French and British 20th century gems.
The Gildas Quartet and innovative clarinetist Jack McNeill collaborate for this shorter, morning 'Coffee Concert', in the stunning setting of Blythburgh’s Cathedral of the Marshes. Refreshments are provided by Southwold's Cafe 51 form 10:00am.
Southwold’s 'small but perfectly formed' Electric Picture Palace is the perfect setting for this film, from a bygone, if timeless, period in British cinema history. Starring Ann Todd, Ivan Desney, Norman Wooland, directed by David Lean, and with music by William Alwyn.