Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

French Gems - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

The heart of César Franck’s Piano Quintet contains some of the most darkly passionate music he ever composed, surrounded by storms and drama that make this magnificent work a truly captivating experience.

22 May 2024 19:15

An Evening With Steven Isserlis - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

Three acclaimed musicians and frequent collaborators perform music they adore. This thoughtfully crafted programme celebrates the musical loves and legacy of the French composer, Gabriel Fauré.

23 May 2024 19:15

Romantic Piano - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

Named ‘Critics’ Classical Music Breakthrough Artist’ in The Times Arts Awards 2021, Mishka Rushdie Momen was praised as “one of the most thoughtful and sensitive of British pianists” shortly before she gave her debut recital at the Crucible Playhouse in January 2022.

23 May 2024 11:00

Fauré String Quartet - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

Violinist Irène Duval, a prize-winner at the 2021 Young Concert Artists Trust International Auditions, opens this concert with a monumental sonata written by Fauré’s violin virtuoso pupil, George Enescu.

24 May 2024 13:00

Friday Night in Paris - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

Musical national treasure Roderick Williams, soloist at King Charles III’s Coronation and Singer-in-Residence with Music in the Round, returns to the Crucible Playhouse with Ensemble 360 for a magical tour through the City of Light.

24 May 2024 19:15

Close-up: Music for Curious Young Minds - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

Five wind musicians and a very special guest breathe life into the wondrous world of chamber music. Created specially for young audiences, this concert combines well-known classical favourites with new works performed on flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn, with singer.

25 May 2024 10:30

Finale - Sheffield Chamber Music Festival 2024

A grand work for a grand finale: captivating charm and wit from George Onslow’s Nonet. Nicknamed the ‘French Beethoven’, this is a chance to hear one of his finest and largest-scale chamber works whose five movements move through an expressive array of moods from turbulence to a jubilant conclusion.

25 May 2024 19:15
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