This Jubilee is a string quartet – so named because all of its four members live near London’s Jubilee Line – and that’s how they travel to meet for their rehearsals.
“exquisite beauty” The Strad
The Jubilee Quartet will be heading on a different track on 27 August when they head for Bath for an exciting concert in the intimate surroundings of the Old Theatre Royal at 7.30pm.
Their programme will take us from the classical splendour of Haydn through the intimacy of Schubert, the romanticism of Webern and to an increasingly passionate climax withJanáček’s so called ‘Manifesto of Love’.
Playing with “…red blooded intensity and touching tenderness” (Huddersfield Examiner), this award winning, all female string quartet are really making a name for themselves in the UK, Switzerland, Germany and Canada.
The programme for the concert will feature music by some of the best loved classical composers:
Joseph Haydn String Quartet in C major, Op. 54, No. 2
Franz Schubert String Quartet No.10 (D 87) in E-flat major
Anton Webern Langsamer Satz (1905)
Leos Janáček Intimate Letters (1928)
The concert is proceeded by a Meet the Artists Q&A in collaboration with Bath Hospital Radio at 6.30pm. This will really bring the programme to life and costs just £2.50 but is free for Front Row Members.
Tickets are priced from £5 to £15. As well getting priority seating, Front Row Members also get a free programme at each concert