The opening concert of the first Winter Edition of SIMFestival will include Mendelssohn’s epic String Quartet Op.44 No.3 in Eb
A late night performance of music spanning almost three hundred years with audience seating in the round for a fully immersive experience.
The finale of our first winter festival brings together fourteen fantastic musicians for a Mendelssohn String Symphony, Tchaikovsky’s luscious Serenade for Strings and the fiendish Concerto for Strings in D by Stravinsky.
After such a successful return in May we are very excited to announce the first Winter Edition of our festival which will take place on the 9th and 10th of December 2022.
The first of SIMFestival’s seven 2022 concerts sets the tone perfectly for the next four days of glorious chamber music.
The second of SIMFestival’s seven 2022 concerts is one not to be missed. Often considered Schoenberg’ s most celebrated work, ‘Verklarte Nacht’ was composed in 1899 when he was just 25, the same age as many of the performers in this concert!
Schubert’s unfinished trio composition is rounded out in this evening concert by Arensky’s Second String Quartet, probably his best-known work and a musical tribute to Tchaikovsky, and Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No.9 in A Major.
Back by popular demand, SIMFestival’s ‘Late Night Schubert’ concert has sold out each year, so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment. This year, our festival musicians bring you Schubert’s fifteenth and final quartet.
The fifth concert of SIMFestival 2022 promises to be a joyous occasion. With its mixture of grandeur and intimacy and virtuosity the Eb Major Septet became Beethoven’s most popular work during his lifetime.
SIMFestival’s Sunday morning concert is once again featuring a young and upcoming ensemble. This year we are delighted to be presenting Trio Kurtág, a new string trio founded in 2021 by Eliza Millett, Yume Fujise and Juliette Roos.