A week-long and richly varied mix of the chamber works of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

The breaker of boundaries

 

 
 

“A feast of glorious music – highly addictive!”

… performed by the Elias Quartet and eleven other international artists

The Elias String Quartet

 

I loved the whole thing – great atmosphere, fantastic players, good audience and great music.”

… several of whom have made regular appearances at our previous single-composer Festivals

2016’s Ensemble for Mozart in the Marches

 

“I do not think the term ‘life-changing’ is inappropriate.”

… in St John the Baptist Whittington with its perfect acoustic and unimpeded sightlines

St John the Baptist Church Whittington in Springtime

 

 

“The programme was brilliant: please don’t dumb down!”

… including the now traditional ten-minute contribution from young Shropshire musicians

… each with their own specially arranged part according to ability

 

 

“The performance with the young people stole my heart.”

A Beethoven immersion – a week of fabulous concerts

Welcome to the 2017 Whittington International Chamber Music Festival!
– an immersion in nothing but the genius chamber music of Beethoven played by some of the finest chamber musicians of today, including the Elias Quartet who will be ensemble in residence for 2017 (resident Wigmore Hall artists, recorded the full cycle of Beethoven quartets and my cronies from student days) plus principal players from the London Symphony Orchestra as well as familiar faces from our previous festivals.
I look forward to welcoming you in what promises to be an intense week of exhilarating musical discovery.
James Barralet, Artistic Director

Remember Mozart last May? – click here for the 13-minute video!

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