Autumn concerts 2018

Twilight Ensemble
Here is our autumn concert listing for 2018. Tickets may be purchased from 1 August at www.ticketsource.co.uk/mkctw. There is normally a discount for booking in advance, and there is no charge to under-18s for most events.

Saturday 1 September, 7:30pm
William Bass (cello) and Masahiro Yamaguchi (piano)
perform music by Debussy, Stravinsky and others.

Wednesday 26 September, 7:30pm
Ruth Beedham (cello) and Marcus Andrews (piano)
Programme includes Rachmaninov's Sonata in G Minor for cello and piano.

Friday 5 October, 7:30pm
Twilight Ensemble
: singers Sarah Dacey, Ciara Hendrick, Greg Tassell, James Oldfield and pianist Belinda Jones, plus guests, perform Brahms Liebeslieder and arrangements by Faure, Holst and Flanders and Swann, amongst others.
In partnership with the Tunbridge Wells International Music Festival.

Hugh Webb, Ann Beilby, Karen Jones
Friday 12 October, 7:30pm
: Karon Jones (flute), Ann Beilby (viola) and Hugh Webb (harp) with an enchanting programme of Debussy, Bax, Richard Rodney Bennett and others.
In partnership with the Tunbridge Wells International Music Festival.

Saturday 20 October, 7:30pm
Piano Trio: Alex Metcalf (piano), Katy Johns (violin), Miriam Cox (cello)
Programme includes Shostakovich's second piano trio. Written in the midst of World War II, this work is an outpouring of grief for the death of his friend Ivan Sollertinsky and is the most heartfelt masterpiece of all of his chamber music.

Sunday 11 November, 6:30pm
Requiem – Gabriel Faure 
A devotional performance in place of the evening service to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, with the King Charles Special Services Choir and the King Charles Singers.

Steven Devine
Saturday 8 December, 7:00pm 
Messiah – G F Handel 
Four world-class soloists, with the Decimus Ensemble and the orchestra of Devine Music – principal players of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Academy of Ancient Music and others, directed by Steven Devine. This Christmas performance aims to capture the raw spirit and energy of Handel’s original conception by using forces similar to those he envisaged.