Revolutionary Drawing Room in Leamington

By IH Friday 16 November 2012 Updated: 16/11 14:58

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THE REVOLUTIONARY Drawing Room make their debut in Leamington when they perform at the Pump Rooms on Friday November 30.

The group - featuring violinists Adrian Butterfield and Kathryn Parry, viola player Rachel Stott and cellist Ruth Alford - will be joined by Colin Lawson, the leading authority on and exponent of the clarinet as it was in the classical music period.

The programme will feature Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet in A, one of the most popular works in all of the chamber music repertoire, together with a Clarinet Quartet by Hummel and Haydn’s String Quartet The Emperor.

The concert, starting at 7.30pm, is the third of the monthly International String Quartet season promoted by Leamington Music.

Tickets are available from the Visitors Information Centre at the Pump Rooms, online at www.bridgehousetheatre.co.uk or by calling 01926 776438.

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