Chamber Music in Chichester
If you are looking for classical music in Chichester look no further than The Assembly Room in the Chichester Council House in North Street, where you will find a rich variety of music from Bach to Stravinsky performed by world class musicians.
Chichester Chamber Concerts is the name of the society which organises these concerts in October, November, December, January, February and March each year.
Founded in 2006 by Michael Nott this series of classical chamber music concerts has gone from strength to strength and has become a popular feature of the musical life of Chichester. String quartets were Michael’s particular love and the Skampa, Danish, Arcadia, Doric, Sacconi, Allegri and Heath Quartets have all appeared in CCC seasons.
The last is this season’s series and there only a few tickets left. To book tickets click here
The Notos Quartet was recently awarded Young Artist of the Year 2017 ‘the ECHO Klassik’. Admired for its virtuosic brilliance and technical perfection, the Quartet has made numerous appearances at prestigious festivals and venues around Europe.
The Quartet tours regularly to exotic places in South East Asia. In these countries it combines its concerts with projects for young musicians which it sees as a vitally important part of its work. We welcome them for a return visit to Chichester.
Mozart Piano Quartet in E flat K493
Françaix Divertissement for Piano Quartet (1935)
Schumann Piano Quartet in E flat Op.47
‘The finest chamber music performance I have heard anywhere.’
Classical Voice North America, Robert Markow
Thursday March 28th
HEATH QUARTET TO THE RESCUE
It says a lot about the healthy state of quartet playing in this country, that when the German quartet “Vision” had to cancel their engagement to play in the Assembly Room at short notice, a replacement was found in the excellent Heath Quartet based in the UK
Read the review of our last concert - The Heath Quartet here