Whatever your musical tastes, whether classical, pop, or anything in between, our new and inspiring concert season Classics @ the Cowdray featuring the Nova Quartet, Nataliia Naismith and Erin Smith (violin), Emma Alexander (viola) and Gareth John (cello), offers the perfect way to start your weekend.
Romantic Classics @ the Cowdray
Friday 16 February
Join us in the Cowdray Hall as the Nova Quartet present a special evening of romance just for you this Valentine’s Day. Music includes classical favourites such as Méditation (Thaïs), the Flower Duet (Lakmé) and Clair de lune, alongside a selection of popular songs by The Monkees, The Beatles and Carly Simon.
Bridgerton Classics @ the Cowdray
Friday 15 March
Rather than bewigged orchestras at fancy balls, the latest period drama – Bridgerton - surprises us all with pop songs by Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Madonna and more, all scored for string quartet. Of course, it wouldn’t be a period drama without some actual classical music, including Hadyn and Vivaldi. The result is an irresistible blend of old and new played here by the Nova Quartet in their own special style.
Movie Classics @ the Cowdray
Friday 12 April
Experience all the glam and glitz of Hollywood as we celebrate some of the most iconic music from the movies. From James Bond to Chitty- Chitty Bang-Bang and from the joyfulness of Disney’s Frozen to the stillness of Hans Zimmer’s Interstellar and Inception, we take you on a journey from heartbreak to sunshine as we visit popular music from Schindler’s List to Toy Story. Sit back and enjoy the show!
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