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26 May: Divertimento

Divertimento- A String Quartet highly acclaimed for their performances, their informal approach and their enlightening introductions. They have a large following for their regular concerts with at least three different programmes each year. Playing a broad repertoire range from Haydn and Mozart to Walton and Shostakovich. The Quartet also gives concerts with a mixture of styles from classical […]

1 July: Superlocrian

Superlocrian are recognised as one of the UK's finest emerging crossover chamber jazz ensembles. Calstock Arts are thrilled they are fitting us in around their performances at the Budleigh Music Festival. Blurring the lines of genre categorisation, this small wind ensemble performs on trumpets, flugelhorns, saxophones, flutes, trombones and tuba, and showcases brand new arrangements […]

7 July: Mount Kelly Choir @ 1930 SOLD OUT

Calstock Arts are thrilled to welcome back, The Mount Kelly Choir for their annual concert at the Old Chapel. The Mount Kelly Chamber Choir are one of the most successful in the country, winning prizes at home and abroad, most recently the School Choir of the Year Competition at the Royal Festival Hall. Their delivery […]

17 September- Meridianum Ensemble @ 1515

The Meridianum Ensemble is a unique musical collaboration, bringing together top players from Portugal, the UK and Morocco. The six musicians bring their individual styles and influences to the mix, inspired by traditions from Iran and the Eastern Mediterranean to Portugal, Scandinavia and beyond. Modal music, improvisation and virtuosity are a feature of their gloriously […]

21 October: Elizabeth-Jane Baldry

“She is a great artist and consummate performer. She can draw more tone colours out of the instrument than any other harpist living in the world today.”  David Watkins, Professor of Harp, Guildhall School of Music Elizabeth-Jane Baldry fell in love with the harp as a little girl whilst reading fairytales in which the harp […]

26 October: James Halsey- solo cellist

James Halsey studied cello at the Royal College of Music with Eileen Croxford, and whilst still a senior student in the early 1980s, joined the Auriol String Quartet and was straightaway involved in more than 40 recitals each season. This love of chamber music stayed and developed throughout his career. James was cellist of the […]

18 November Craig Ogden- Classical Guitar

Described by BBC Music Magazine as ‘A worthy successor to Julian Bream’, the Australian-born guitarist Craig Ogden is one of the most exciting artists of his generation. Look at the programme for the evening here. He studied guitar from the age of seven and percussion from the age of thirteen. In 2004, he became the […]

10 December: Calstock Singers ‘Garland of Song’ @ 3pm SOLD OUT

Come and join Calstock Singers and special guests Under The Fingers in Calstock Arts for ‘A Garland of Song’, an afternoon of Christmas music to cheer the spirit! The date is Sunday 10th December and the time is 3pm. We’ll provide the warm drinks and mince pies and the Gallery Bar will be open. Free […]

Rescheduled 21 January: Philippa Mo @3.30 pm

The internationally acclaimed violinist Philippa Mo makes her first visit to Calstock. Philippa studied at the Royal Academy of Music and at the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing. She now performs extensively as a chamber musician and has given performances and live broadcasts worldwide, including her acclaimed debut at the Wigmore Hall, the Ankara International […]

17 February: The Barbican Quartet

Formed in 2014 at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, The Barbican Quartet is currently a part of the Quatuor Ébène String Quartet Academy at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, where they are also mentored by Eberhard Feltz. They studied with Günter Pichler at the Escuela de Musica Reina Sofia Madrid between […]

14 March: The Primrose Piano Quartet

The Primrose Piano Quartet was formed in 2004 by four renowned chamber musicians and is named after the violinist, William Primrose. The group's acclaimed discography includes favourites such as works by Fauré, Brahms, Elgar, Strauss and Schubert as well British repertoire featuring neglected masterpieces of the 19th and 20th century and major commissions from Sir […]

5 April: Levowan XII

Cornwall-based chamber choir, Levowan XII was established in 2015 by Director, Marcus Alleyne. Originally eight voices put together to perform a live carol concert for local radio, they are now 12, all of whom have a strong musical background and bring a broad range of experience and versatility. The choir performs three main concerts per […]

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