Twilight quintets

Shropshire Music Trust’s 2018 season of music will open the New Year with an early evening concert at 6pm on Sunday 14 January. Innovation Ensemble return by popular request, and are made up of violinists Ben Nabarro and Martin Cropper; Robin Ireland and Sarah-Jane Bradley playing viola; and cellist Richard Jenkinson. Their programme will include Mozart’s Quintet in G min K516, Vaughan Williams’ Phantasy Quintet, and Brahms’ Quintet in G maj Op 111.

Shropshire Music Trust’s Kate Hogwood said, “Shrewsbury’s Lion Hotel is the setting for what promises to be another early evening of sublime music. Following last season’s packed-out concert, this programme offers a chance to hear these fine players in three of the greatest works for this particular combination of instruments.”

Tickets are available online from or by phone on 0333 666 3366.


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