Celebrating 30 years of Bradford’s Chamber Season
Adam Renton, General Manager Bradford Theatres comments: 
‘This year we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Bradford’s Chamber Season in the beautiful Bradford Cathedral: an intimate venue and the perfect place to enjoy classical music.
 
The season opens with British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor, recognised for his electrifying performances and insightful interpretations. We’re also delighted to welcome international Welsh harpist, Catrin Finch, in her debut at the Bradford Chamber Season. For the third year running, the season ends with a very popular concert from the European Union Chamber Orchestra, once again joined by Bradford Cathedral Choir.’ 
 
The season opens with British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor. Hailed as ‘the most remarkable young pianist of our time’ (Gramophone), Benjamin Grosvenor is internationally recognised for his electrifying performances and insightful interpretations.
 
The season continues with one of the most sought after young violinists Rose Hsien joined by pianist Ivan Moshchuk with a wonderful programme including Ravel’s Tzigane. 
 
We welcome Welsh harpist Catrin Finch with a fascinating programme. Described as “The Queen of Harps”, Catrin has delighted audiences with her performances in the UK and worldwide.
 
The Martinu Trio brings a programme including Haydn’s vivacious Gypsy Rondo trio, a rarely heard Elegy by their fellow countryman, Josef Suk, humorous variations by Beethoven and an uplifting Schubert trio.
 
The season closes with a return visit from European Union Chamber Orchestra with Bradford Cathedral Choir. 
 
There are chamber subscription packages available, with savings of up to 20%. New subscriptions go on sale from Tuesday 30 May and tickets go on general sale on Monday 5 June. 
 

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