The Adderbury Ensemble Chamber Orchestra
Introducing the performers…
The Adderbury Ensemble
Formed in 1986 by a group of the UK’s finest young freelance musicians, the Adderbury Ensemble has always had a flexible line-up, mixing and matching different players to deliver performances primarily as quartets, quintets or small chamber groups and occasionally adding further instruments to play symphonies and concertos by the likes of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn or Brahms – with or without a conductor.
Everyone who performs as part of the Adderbury Ensemble is an eminent instrumentalist, usually a principal player with one or more of the leading orchestras of Europe. From its early years playing Sunday evening concerts in the beautiful village of Adderbury in north Oxfordshire, the group has gone on to develop a global reputation. It performs regularly throughout Britain and overseas and helped found the world famous Oxford Coffee Concerts at the Holywell Music Room, the oldest purpose-built music venue in Europe.
The Adderbury Ensemble has released ten recordings in its own right since its first CD was released in 1997 and individual members have recorded many more, either as soloists or as members of other groups.
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December 18, 2016 at 11:15
- Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K525
- Dvo?ák: Serenade For Strings in E major, op 22
Book Tickets by Telephone
- Adults – £12.00
- Children 11-17 – £6.00
- Children 5-10 – Free (Please note: we do not admit children under five years old)
Call +44 7518 479062 to reserve tickets in advance
(Please note: Tickets reserved by telephone will be held at the door on the day until 11:00 only.)
More Venue & Ticketing Information
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