Concerts are held on the second Saturday of the month from October to December and February and March inclusive. Concerts are mainly rooted in the classical, with the occasional high quality folk act. The final concert of each season is normally a student ensemble from the Welsh College of Music and Drama – always a good night for us and an opportunity for the students to come out of Cardiff and experience life on the road.
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Saturday 10th February
Catherine Chamberlin - violin Lorna Davis - cello
The Bybrook Duo was formed in 2013, officially named in 2016 and has been busy since!
Catherine and Lorna met and performed together, nearly twenty years ago as West Wiltshire Young Musicians. Following their studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and the Royal Academy of Music respectively, they now pursue successful freelance careers.
Catherine holds a First Class Hons degree and a distinction in Masters in Music Performance from RWCMD. As a freelance musician, Catherine performs regularly with Sinfonia Cymru, Welsh Chamber Players, British Sinfonietta, Southern Sinfonia, National Symphony Orchestra and The Little Orchestra. She has taken part on many live broadcasts.
Lorna holds a BMUS from The University of Manchester and a Master’s in Cello Performance from The Royal Academy of Music. She has won many awards including the prestigious Charles Hallé Award. She freelances regularly with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, alongside work with Bristol Ensemble, The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and The Hallé Orchestra
Tickets £8 (under14s, £3)
Four French Horns on the same platform must be a rarity and we are delighted to welcome this graduate ensemble from the RWCMD. From the ensemble’s own arrangements of popular classical works, through tolighter pieces, this will be an evening of deep, rich warm sound and a fitting finale to the season.
We are pleased to host these players on the brink of their successful musical careers.