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May 28th: Tim Jackson, Principal Horn with the RLPO, leads us through a fun-filled afternoon, performing and chatting about the horn through the ages.
June 4th: Trio Rouge. Music for clarinet, viola & piano by Mozart & Bruch.
June 11th: The Karem Quintet (all RLPO players) performs the rarely heard G major Quintet by Dvorak, one of only a few serious chamber works to include double bass.
June 18th: The Ensemble of St Luke’s perform Stravinsky’s “Three Pieces” and Beethoven’s String Quartet op.18 no 4.
June 25th: Pixels Ensemble. Sophie Rosa (violin), Alex Holladay (cello) and Ian Buckle (piano) play the Brahms B major and Mozart G major piano trios.
July 2nd: TBC
July 9th: “White Lines”, an entertaining glimpse into the real world of contemporary music!
July 23rd: Neil Campbell (guitar). Music will be mainly original and will draw from Neil’s albums ‘Through the Looking Glass’, ‘Night Sketches’, ‘Ghost Stories’, Tabula Rasa Suite’ and ‘eMErgence’.
July 30th: Soloists of the Orchestra dell’Arte, programme to be announced
August 6th: Richard Casey. One of the North West’s finest established pianists plays a mix of classical and contemporary music.
August 13th: TBC
August 20th: Heather Heighway (soprano)
August 27th: Soloists of the Orchestra dell’Arte, programme to be announced
All concerts begin at 2pm, café open before and after the concert.
Free admission, donations welcomed
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead CH43 4UE
0151 666 3537, williamsonartgallery.org
Free but donations are welcomed to support our sunday serenades 2017 programme.
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Membership runs from January to December and can be paid by cheque or cash annually or by standing order.FRIENDS receive newsletters and private view invitations as well as being entitled to discounts in several partnered businesses in Liverpool and Wirral as well as the cafe, art shop, book shop and our own gallery shop at the Williamson and Priory.