22 August 2021 at 3.30pm
Featuring a programme spanning the early baroque to the 21st century, young Ross Morris studied guitar with Professor Allan Neave at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. A Cornish classical guitarist who performs as a soloist across the UK, Ross is also a committed chamber musician, performing regularly in the Orbis Duo alongside flautist Emilia Parr. He will be performing with the Glyndebourne Tour Orchestra this Autumn in their 2021 production of Donizetti’s "Don Pasquale".
Dimitris Spouras with Galina Stamenova and Tora Rostvik
9th October 2021 at 5pm
Three exceptionally talented young musicians from across Europe. Galina Stamenova, violin; Tora Rostvik, flute; and Dimitris Spouras, Clarinet. Featuring music by Telemann, Halvorsen, Hermann, Debussy and Messiaen.
The Pelléas Ensemble
19 March 2022 at 5pm
Praised for creating an immediate and intimate connection with their audiences, and playing with “verve and polish” (The Times), this prize-winning Flute, Viola and Harp trio won the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Henderson Chamber Ensemble Award in 2018, and the 2017 Elias Fawcett Award for Outstanding Chamber Ensemble.
Milena & Roman Simovic with Tim Hugh and Vitaly Pisarenko
11 June 2022 at 7pm
An impressive piano quartet comprising leading players from the London Symphony Orchestra, together with the thrilling Ukrainian pianist Vitaly Pisarenko. Featuring music by Beethoven, Mahler and Brahms.
The Elysian Singers with Sam Laughton
30 July 2022 at 7pm
One of London’s liveliest, most adventurous choirs, Sam Laughton’s Elysian Singers are making a welcome return to Dore Abbey. Known for their adventurous programming and imaginative repertoire, they are sure to deliver yet another thrilling performance.
The Laefer Quartet
15 October 2022 at 5pm
The Laefer Quartet is widely regarded as one of the most exciting and dynamic saxophone quartets currently performing in the UK. Known for their ‘mercurially brilliant playing’, they are sure to excite! Featuring a wide-ranging programme including pieces by Ravel, Nyman, Ligeti and Stravinsky alongside some less familiar names.