Chipping Sodbury Music Society

2024 - 25 Season

All concerts take place in the historic Chipping Sodbury Town Hall

Tuesday 15th October 2024 - 7:30pm

Chamber Philharmonic Europe Orchestra

The Kammerphilharmonie Europa gives a guest performance in Chipping Sodbury for this very special concert. The ensemble is made up of some of the most talented young musicians from across Europe who tour and perform around the world with award-winning soloist Cyrill Gussaroff (trumpet).

Tuesday 12th November 2024 - 7:30pm

Lumas Winds  - Wind Quintet

"Described by Ilkley Concert Club as "rising stars of the wind quintet",  Lumas Winds are an award-winning ensemble championing under-performed and under-valued works of the wind quintet canon”.

Tuesday 3rd December 2024 - 7:30pm

BONE-AFIDE Trombone Quartet

The revolutionary trombone quartet, Bone-afide, perform reimagined Dance music including highlights from Tchaikovsky‘s Swan Lake and exhilarating new arrangements from Sam Every.

*Courtesy of the Countess of Munster Musical Trust  

Tuesday 11th February 2025 - 7:30pm

Solem String Quartet

We are particularly thrilled to be able to welcome, and for the first time, the Solem Quartet - whom David Kettle in The Strad described as “brilliantly adaptable and thoroughly convincing in both their playing and their inventive arrangements.”

Tuesday 11th March 2025 - 7:30pm

Aquarelle Guitar Quartet

Recognised as one of the world’s leading guitar quartets, the Aquarelle Guitar Quartet is a dynamic and innovative group known for its extraordinary ensemble in performance, expansive repertoire and ground-breaking work in developing the guitar quartet medium.

Tuesday 8th April 2025 - 7:30pm

 ZRI Cellar Sessions

“Consummate virtuosity, magic and passion.” (Royal Albert Hall). Inspired by the Red Hedgehog Tavern in Vienna, ZRI present an imaginative crossroads between past and future, from Brahms via Hungarian Gypsy workouts to Taylor Swift.

Tuesday 13th May 2025 - 7:30pm

Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins

– Piano duo

Praised for telling ‘‘a totally convincing story with every piece’’ by The Arts Desk, Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins perform a selection of piano duets ranging from Mozart  to Ravel.