Venue, Timing and Cost
Saturday, 26 November 2022 - 7:30pm
£25 stalls / £30 gallery / £5 students
Haydn String Quartet in C Major Op. 20/No.2
Maconchy String Quartet No. 3 (1938)
Philip Herbert - Solicitudo (2020)
Beethoven String Quartet No. 15 in A minor op. 132
The Villiers Quartet is a featured artist of the JdP. We are thrilled to welcome the quartet back for the first of five concerts exploring the five late Beethoven quartets, a series held in association with the Department of Continuing Education and the Oxford Mathematics Institute. Beethoven’s five-movement A minor quartet op. 132 is best known for its sublime Heiliger Dankgesang movement and for a finale that became a source of inspiration for T. S. Eliot. The concert also includes the dramatic and intense third quartet by Elizabeth Maconchy, elected honorary fellow at St Hilda’s College in 1978.
6.45pm: pre-concert talk by Dr Peter Copley
All ticket purchases include one drink from the bar and one programme. Please present your ticket at the venue to claim this offer.