21-22 season

Provisional Programme

This programme is subject to confirmation once the Covid-19 regulations for social distancing and international travel are announced.

Cheltenham Chamber Concerts in Pittville Pump Room at 7.30pm

Thursday 14 October                      Busch Trio
Tuesday 16 November                    Carducci Quartet
Thursday 2 December                     Perpetuo Trio
Saturday 22 January at 4pm          Takacs Quartet
Thursday 17 February                     Jerusalem Quartet
Thursday 31 March                          Sean Schibe (guitar)
Thursday 28 April                             Leon McCawley (piano)

Contemporary concerts (Bethesda Methodist Church at 3pm)

Saturday 30 October 2021             The Hermes Experiment
Saturday 2 April 2022                      Amy Roberts (oboe) and Gamal Khamis (piano)

In principle these are all planned as full concerts, but we have to wait to see what circumstances will allow. 


Cheltenham Music Festival 2-11 July

If you have not already received an email on this topic we feel sure you would like to know that the Cheltenham Music Festival returns 2-11 July with 10 days of star performances and 21 world premieres from top artists, Martyn Brabbins, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Matthew Barley, Steven Osborne and more. Get tickets via the Cheltenham Festivals website: https://bit.ly/2tOEiqU.
We recommend that you check out these highlighted events that will be taking place during the Cheltenham Music Festival:

BBC New Generation Artists Tuesday 6-9 July
View the events on the website here:  NGA 1 NGA 2 NGA 3 NGA 4
Cheltenham Music Festival is immensely proud to showcase the BBC New Generation Artists each year at Cheltenham, Showcasing extraordinary young artists on the threshold of an international career  To add to the excitement, the four lunchtime concerts will be broadcast live from Cheltenham Town Hall on BBC Radio 3.
La Serenissima Wednesday 7 July  
View the event on the website here.
‘Most serene’ is what they called Venice, but there’s nothing staid about this explosion of 18th-century colour, melody and instrumental razzle-dazzle, performed by award-winning period instrument ensemble La Serenissima returns to the Festival under its founder and director, Adrian Chandle.
Matthew Barley Monday 5 July
View the event on the website here.
Matthew Barley brings to Gloucester Cathedral a new programme, ‘Ludwig’, originally conceived to celebrate the Beethoven anniversary in 2020, and which takes the audience on an interactive exploration of Beethoven’s cello sonatas.
Steven Osborne Saturday 3 July
View the event on the website here.   
Steven Osborne, one of the greatest performers of his generation, renowned for his understated and insightful playing, pays homage to Debussy, amongst the most important composers of the early 20th century.

There is also a video promotion for the festival that we would like to share with you ahead of the Festival: