May 2022 sees the welcome return of the Stamford International Music Festival after the pandemic enforced hiatus. Festival Director Freya Goldmark will be announcing the Festival programme at a special concert at the Arts Centre on Saturday 26 February at 7.30pm. The evening will feature Haydn’s String Quartet No 5 and Dvorak’s String Quintet No 2* played by some of the UK’s finest young musicians. Tickets are £18 or £6 for those under 26.
Freya - who will be playing at as well as hosting the event - comments. “I am so glad to be back at Stamford Arts Centre and can’t wait to get the Stamford International Music Festival proper underway. This taster concert will be a treat in its own right but I am sure the audience will enjoy the bonus unveiling of the whole festival programme. I shall also be revealing some new SIMF partners who will be promoting the Festival in fun and innovative ways.”
Stamford International Music Festival launch 26 February, Stamford Arts Centre. The programme features the Haydn - String Quartet No.5 in D, Op.76 and the Dvorak - String Quintet No.2 in G, Op.77.
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- Haydn – String Quartet Op.76 No.5 in D
- Dvořák – String Quintet No. 2 in G, Op. 77
Freya Goldmark (violin/director)
Katherine Yoon (violin)
Francesca Gilbert (viola)
Maxim Calver (cello)
Will Duerden (double bass)