Chamber Philharmonic Europe

Music for strings from across the centuries will provide a stimulating programme for their concert at The Hawth this March, beginning with the Baroque masters Bach, Vivaldi and Albinoni, while the gloriously lyrical serenades of Josef Suk and Elgar provide a more romantic finale.
A fresh and spirited ensemble, they delight in engaging with the audience and are a joy to listen to. Michel Gershwin will play violin and Cyrill Gussaroff will perform on Trumpet.

The repertoire of the Chamber Philharmonic Europe ranges from baroque to modern, classical symphony concerts, chamber concerts, operas and operettas. Previous seasons have seen the Chamber Philharmonic Europe perform over 40 concerts Europe-wide, taking to the stage at many reputed concert halls and opera houses, including Théatre des Bouffes-Parisiens (Paris), De Munt Oper (Brussels), Koninklijk Theater Carré (Amsterdam), Proms at St Jude’s, London, Conway Hall, London, Gürzenich Saal, Cologne, Grand Théatre de la Ville (Luxembourg), Tonhalle (Düsseldorf), Town Hall, Middlesbrough and the Palladium, Malmö.

Don’t miss this chance to enjoy this fresh and spirited ensemble for yourself as part of The Hawth Classical Season.

Performance: Saturday 17 March 7.45pm, The Hawth Studio Crawley. Tickets: £17.75, available from The Hawth Box Office: 01293 553636 and online: www.hawth.co.uk.

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