Norwich Chamber Music presents

The Heath Quartet

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Purcell. Chacony in G minor (arr. Britten)
Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel. Quartet in E flat major
Britten. String Quartet no. 3
Purcell. Fantasia in F major Z.737
Purcell. Fantasia in C minor Z.738
Purcell. Fantasia in G major Z.742

The Heath Quartet formed in 2002 at the Royal Northern College of Music. In 2016, they won the Gramophone Chamber Award for their recording of the complete string quartets of Sir Michael Tippett, and in May 2013 became the first ensemble in 15 years to win the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young Artists Award. The 2021/22 season sees the quartet perform around the UK while continuing their longstanding relationship with the Wigmore Hall. The quartet also look forward to their forthcoming release on Signum Records with Carolyn Sampson, featuring works by Berg, Webern and Schoenberg.

The Heath Quartet website

Norwich Chamber Music presents an annual series of world-class chamber music concerts for music lovers in Norwich and the wider region. All our concerts are held at the John Innes Conference Centre, a modern, spacious auditorium with superb acoustics and unobstructed sight lines, located in Norwich Research Park. Ample free parking is available, with step-free access to the auditorium.

Norwich Chamber Music website

 

Important information

Duration: 90 minutes

Tickets

18-25yrs: £5

Under 18s: Free

Select a performance

Sunday

15 May

03:00 pm

£5.00 - £25.00

Image Credit: The Heath Quartet

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