Southwell String Quartet, formed of local performers, has gained a reputation in the Nottinghamshire area for the quality of its performances. Their programme will include one of Mozart’s middle period quartets plus a selection of English music by Henry Purcell, John Ireland and Ralph Vaughan Williams. It will also include Ireland’s “Threnody”, written in August 1939 just before the outbreak of WW2.
All ‘Music in the Great Hall’ concerts are in the historic State Chamber of the Archbishop’s Palace, Southwell Minster at 7.30pm, with refreshments served from 7.00pm. Admission is free (no reservations) with a retiring collection to support the work of Southwell Minster Choir Association.