Classical Music Society

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Promoting the highest standards of classical music concerts

We are delighted to be offering an exciting programme of concerts for the forthcoming season

Next T3A Event:

Concert Series 2021-2022

All concerts start at 7.30pm. Doors open at 7pm unless otherwise stated

Mylor Theatre, Truro College TR1 3XX

Friday 8 October 2021

Ruisi String Quartet

Locke:  Incidental Music from The Tempest "Curtain Tune"

Caroline Shaw:  Entr'acte

Haydn:  String Quartet No.5 in F Minor Op.20

Beethoven:  String Quartet No.1 in F Major Op.59


Founded in 2013, the quartet perform regularly throughout the UK and Europe and were winners of a Royal Philharmonic Society award and the Kirckman Concert Society Artists award for 2018/19. In 2018, they were selected for an Aldeburgh Chamber Music Residency and for IMS Prussia Cove masterclasses with Thomas Ades. 

The group has been working with Krzysztof Chorzelski of the Belcea Quartet.. They recently toured Scotland, debuted at St John's Smith Square in London and performed live on BBC Radio 3. The quartet are grateful for the long-term loan of a set of matching instruments by Harris & Sheldon of London.

"Ingenious programming... A listening experience of the highest order" (The Strad, 2019)

Thank you to all our members and supporters over the last challenging 12 months.  The trustees had to make the difficult decision following consultation with our members, to postpone the 75th Season of concerts (2020/2021) due to covid.  However, we are now looking forward to hearing live music again with 2021/2022  Concert Series.

We were all very much looking forward to the Roderick Williams, Sacconi Quartet in June 2021 concert but regrettably we have had to postpone. Despite our best efforts, it became clear that the practical difficulties of safely hosting a concert with covid restraints in place made the situation financially unviable.

Julie Bennett, Chair of T3 Arts

We would all like to wish Julie well as she steps down from the Chair of Truro 3 Arts and takes up an exciting new role as Manager of the Ryedale Festival, based in North Yorkshire.   She has expressed her sadness at leaving Truro 3 Arts and we are all very grateful for her tremendous contribution over the years.  This will hopefully be an exciting opportunity for collaboration between the two organisations in the future.

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