Music in the Round celebrates 10 years in Barnsley
Music in the Round celebrates 10 years of live classical music in Barnsley
Music in the Round presents
Mayor’s Charity Concert with Ensemble 360
Friday 25 November, Emmanuel Church, Barnsley, 7.30pm. Box Office 01226 327 000
This autumn Music in the Round celebrates its 10th anniversary of live classical music in Barnsley with a charity concert performed by our resident musicians Ensemble 360.
The concert programme includes Beethoven’s String Quartet in F and Britten’s haunting Lachrymae based on beautiful songs by the great English composer of the Elizabethan age, John Dowland. Ensemble 360 will also perform one of the most treasured of all chamber music pieces, Schubert’s ‘Trout’ Piano Quintet, which has been voted for as the ‘audience choice’ piece for the concert by regular Music in the Round Barnsley concert-goers.
The Charity Concert will raise funds towards the Mayor of Barnsley’s support for those improving the quality of care for dementia sufferers and raising awareness of best practice care and support.
Councillor Linda Burgess, Mayor of Barnsley said:
“Many thanks to Ensemble 360 for supporting my Dementia Charity with the anniversary concert. They will be playing one of my favourite pieces, Beethoven’s String Quartet in F, and I do hope as many people as possible will come along to support the Charity and Ensemble 360.”
10 years of Music in the Round working in Barnsley:
Music in the Round has presented almost 80 concerts at Emmanuel Church on Huddersfield Road with additional concerts now also run in partnership with Hoylandswaine Arts Group.
Over 225 different pieces of music have been played, from 17th century Purcell to modern-day Watkins.
2,000 children have been introduced to chamber music through award-winning concerts for 3-7 year olds featuring music by Music in the Round’s Children’s Composer-in-Residence Paul Rissmann.
Masterclasses and a day with young string players have been delivered in partnership with Barnsley Music Service.
B:Come, a 3-day course for GCSE students organised by Music in the Round, gave young people ideas for potential musical career paths.
More than 70 Barnsley College students have been given live music industry recording experience.
Parents and toddlers have enjoyed an open music-making workshop organised by Music in the Round and Barnsley Council.
Find out more about Music in the Round and Ensemble 360 in Barnsley by watching this video at: http://tinyurl.com/MusicinBarnsley
Music in the Round’s Barnsley concert series continues in 2017 with concerts at Emmanuel Church on Sunday 12 February (3pm), Friday 24 March (7.30pm), Friday 28 April (7.30pm) and Friday 23 June (7.30pm).
Tickets cost £13 / £6 for Under 18s, Students and Unemployed. Please book in advance via the Barnsley Civic’s box office on 01226 327 000 or www.barnsleycivic.co.uk . Tickets also available on the door.