Our 2012-2013 Concert Series is Now On Public Sale
Monday 06 August 2012
Following a period of priority booking for our Concert Series Subscribers, our new season of classical music events are now on sale to the general public, offering you the chance to see some of the world’s most acclaimed musicians in our celebrated Butterworth Halll.
To kick of the Concert Series in style, we welcome the return of the CBSO conducted by the brilliant Andris Nelsons. Featuring a performance from virtuoso violinist Christian Tetzlaff for Brahms’ Violin Concerto, this promises to be a night of passion, conviction and flair.
Other concerts in the series will include the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra hailing from Coventry’s twin city, and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra featuring a dynamic performance from virtuoso pianist Natasha Paremski. In January, we welcome back the European Union Chamber Orchestra joined by the critically acclaimed violinist Tasmin Little for Mozart’s Fourth Violin Concerto. There will also be performances by the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra from Norway, and the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, performing an all-Russian programme!
We’ll be hosting concerts featuring stunning home-grown talent: Don’t miss the University of Warwick Music Director Paul McGrath conducting the Warwick University Chamber Choir and the English Chamber Orchestra in Mozart’s legendary Requiem. There will also be a series of concerts from our own musicians in residence, Coull Quartet, and local pianist Peter Donohoe will be delivering a special performance made up of music’s finest Opus Ones.
And finally, don’t forget our other classical music events that are already on sale! There’s festive early music from I Fagiolini, as well as world-class musicians from The Hilliard Ensemble and Fretwork. Finally, we’ll be shwoing a number of live screenings, including a performance direct from the world-renowned Bayreuth Festival of Wagner’s Parsifal, and our new Met Opera Live Season which features some fantastic operatic treats beamed live and direct from the Met Opera in New York to the cinema screen at Warwick Arts Centre.
Book online now, or call our Box Office on 024 7652 4524.