BBC Radio 3 is popping up at Saffron Hall over the weekend of 21-22 January for a series of concerts which explore chamber music in all its small and perfectly-formed beauty. On 21 January at 7.30pm, join acclaimed Norwegian pianist Christian Ihle Hadland and a three-piece string section for an evening of beautiful music which features Beethoven, Sibelius and Szymanowski, with a spot of Brahms to round the evening off.
On 22 January at 2pm, journey from Grieg to Grainger at a matinee concert, and then at 7pm the same evening be treated to Mozart, Shostakovich and Dvořák’s Piano Quartet no. 2 in E Flat Major.
Offering the perfect acoustics for chamber music, Saffron Hall promises to be a sublime venue for this special string of concerts, with each being recorded live for future broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
Tickets are £10-£15 per show, or £30 for all three. Under 18s go free.