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Nottingham Chamber Music Festival 2021

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Nottingham Chamber Music Festival 2021

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Nottingham Chamber Music Festival

10 – 18 July, 2021

'We’ve been on pause for so long. Now, it’s time to play'.

Nottingham’s classical music festival offers an eclectic range of events celebrating the return of live music after the extended Covid hiatus.  Join us for a collection of chamber concerts, family concerts, online performances, with free & ticketed events in some of Nottingham’s stunning locations.

Few sectors have been hit as hard by the pandemic as live music, with many performers and venues in the cultural sector finding the lockdown particularly damaging. Nottingham Chamber Music Festival addresses this head-on, putting on live music across the city for us to connect with the joy of performance, reflecting a cautious optimism as we emerge from lockdown. 

Visit our website via the link above for more info, sign up to the NCMF newsletter, or make contact via the email link above.  

Due to social distancing capacity all ticketed events must be booked online in advance. Click on the Book Now button above. 

 

Events at a Glance:

 

Saturday, 10th July - Opening Concert

Villiers Quartet: Beethoven and Alberga

Squire Performing Arts Centre, 7:00pm

Admission: £15 general / £5 under 18s

 

 

Sunday, 11th July – Family Concert

STRING! Featuring the Gildas Quartet

Squire Performing Arts Centre

Performance Times: 11:00am & 1:30pm

Admission:  £6 per bubble of up to 6 people


 

Monday, 12th July
Fidelio Trio

Royal Concert Hall, 7:00pm

Admission: £16.50 general / £5 under 18s


 

Tuesday, 13th July

2 to Link - Online premiere from Turner Violins 

Watch online at www.nottchamberfest.com

7:00pm, FREE to watch


 

Thursday, 15th July

Bach Goldberg Variations – Le Page Ensemble

St Mary’s in the Lace Market, 7:00pm

Admission: £15 general


 

Friday, 16th July 

Miniatures: Nottingham Contemporary

Nottingham Contemporary

Performance Times: 1:00pm / 2:00pm / 3:00pm

Admission: FREE


 

Saturday, July 17th

Musicians from Chetham’s School of Music

St. Peter’s Church, 11:00am

Admission: FREE


 

Sunday, 18th July – 3:00pm

United Strings of Europe

St Mary’s in the Lace Market, 3:00pm

Admission: £15 general

 

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Nottingham Chamber Music Festival 2021 (10 July 2021 - 18 July 2021)

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