. . .bringing together lovers of fine music in a friendly and convivial atmosphere
Chipping Sodbury Music Society
UK Registered Charity No. 1005346
Chipping Sodbury Music Society's 2020-21 Season
This season of excellent concerts has been in the planning for some time, in the hope that they will take place. We will place updates on this website.
Due to the continuing uncertainty arising from the coronavirus pandemic the firsy three concerts in October, November and December have been cancelled. We will review the situation in November and make a decision about the remaining concerts from February to May 2021
Her passion for the lever harp inspires her interpretations of atmospheric works by 20th century composere ranging from John Cage and Peter Maxwell Davies to Lennon and McCartney, as well as her own ambient compositions. A recipient PRS (Performing Rights Society) Foundation Women Make Music scheme, her compositions have received acclaim with recent performances at the World Harp Congress and Australia.
Sadly, due to continuing uncertainty regarding the coronavirus pandemic, it has been decided to cancel this concert. We plan to re-book Lauren Scott for a future concert, perhaps in our 2021-22 season.
Sadly, due to continuing uncertainty regarding the coronavirus pandemic, Eboniot have cancelled thier dates in the UK. We very much hope we will be able to re-bookthem for a future concert, perhaps in our 2021-22 season.
Four Musicians from the Netherlands, Spain and Poland present a versatile repertoire consisting of original saxaphone compositions as well as their own arrangements of string quartets and orchestral music. Ebonit will show a new and fresh light at the works of well-known composers like Beethoven and Mendelssohn, through the saxaphone's flexibility and palette of colours.
The following concerts are still planned to take place. We will review them in November to make a decision on them. There may be an additional concert in June, perhaps one of those artists we have been forced to cancel.
Supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the dynamic and versatile cellist Leo Popplewell is joined by renowned pianist and Lieder-interpreter Michael Pandya in a passionate exploration of the cello as a human voice, culminating in Schumann's mighty "Dichterliebe".
Winners of the Beethoven Prize at the 2nd International Beethoven Chamber Music Competition, the Fitzroy Quartet formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2014. They are proud participants in the Pro Quartet European Chamber Music Academy and perform regularly in the UK and abroad.