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Autumn Season

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  • Kleio Quartet 

    Sunday Concerts:
    Kleio Quartet 

    Sunday Concerts:
    Kleio Quartet 

    The award-winning Kleio Quartet presents a dynamic programme of contrasts. The heart of the programme is Wynton Marsalis’ ‘At the Octoroon Balls’, a fusion of jazz and classical chamber music.

    In person | No Option

  • Paddington Trio

    Sunday Concerts:
    Paddington Trio

    Sunday Concerts:
    Paddington Trio

    The London-based Paddington Trio returns to Conway Hall, with a programme featuring some of the most beloved repertoire from the piano trio canon, including Haydn’s ‘Gypsy’ and Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in D minor, alongside thrilling contemporary works by the trio’s native composers.

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  • Ensemble V + Pre-Concert Talk

    Sunday Concerts:
    Ensemble V + Pre-Concert Talk

    Sunday Concerts:
    Ensemble V + Pre-Concert Talk

    Ensemble V was formed to record the Piano Quintet of the British composer Kenneth V. Jones - and they take their name from his middle initial! In this concert they will combine Jones' rhythmically quirky and spookily atmospheric Quintet with some of his shorter works, and two absolute masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire by Mozart & Dvořák.

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  • Greenwich Trio

    Sunday Concerts:
    Greenwich Trio

    Sunday Concerts:
    Greenwich Trio

    The Greenwich Trio perform much-loved masterworks to mark the centenary of the death of Gabriel Fauré: Fauré’s penultimate work, the Trio in D minor; Beethoven's epic Archduke; and Schubert’s sublime Notturno. You will also hear the UK premiere of Lalai by German composer Barbara Heller, who is celebrating her 88th birthday this year!

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  • Berkeley Ensemble with Simon Callaghan

    Sunday Concerts:
    Berkeley Ensemble with Simon Callaghan

    Sunday Concerts:
    Berkeley Ensemble with Simon Callaghan

    To close our season, Conway Hall's Artistic Director of Music Simon Callaghan joins the Berkeley Ensemble in a performance of Elgar’s only Piano Quintet, as well as a showcase of the works of English composer Dorothy Howell and her contemporaries.

    In person | No Option

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