Important notice to all Friends and event attendees:
Following official government advice issued on Monday 16 March, which advised that people should avoid public venues, we must take the safety of our team, visitors and performers into consideration. The continued uncertainty regarding live performances, new guidance from the Church of England regarding the re-opening of their buildings for public events, and the travel restrictions currently in place in some countries including the quarantine measures being introduced for visitors to the UK, the trustees of Concerts for Craswall have concluded that there is no practical or realistic possibility of arranging any live performance events for an audience this year.
At this unprecedented time, whilst continuing to monitor updates from the government and until further notice, the planned main concerts in July and October 2020, and the extra one in August 2020 are to be postponed and will be rescheduled to a later date where viable.
To read the full statement, please go to https://concertsforcraswall.org/remaining-2020-concerts-postponed/
11th July 2020: The Eusebius Quartet
RESCHEDULED to 17th July 2021. This concert has been postponed owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Eusebius Quartet are fast gaining a reputation for imaginative and communicative performances. They enjoy exploring unusual repertoire and have recently collaborated with pianist Alasdair Beatson and clarinettist Matt Hunt. Their programme includes pieces by Haydn, Janáček and Beethoven.
16th August 2020: Ross Morris
POSTPONED. This concert has been postponed owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Making his first appearance with Concerts for Craswall, this exciting young guitar player will perform a thrilling programme with music spanning the baroque, south america and spanish flamenco.
10th October 2019: Tora Rostvik, Dimitris Spouras and Galina Stamenova
RESCHEDULED to 9th October 2021. This concert has been postponed owing to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Three exceptionally talented young players from Europe. Tora Rostvik, flute; Dimitris Spouras, Clarinet; and Galina Stamenova, violin. Featuring music by Telemann, Halvorsen, Hermann, Debussy and Messiaen.