Classical music lovers in Pinner are in for a treat later in the year when the Pinner Music Festival will be returning.
From June 4 to 9, Pinner Parish Church will be hosting a number of special events.
BBC Radio 3’s Petroc Trelawny hosts the lunchtime seminar on Monday June 4, interviewing some of the visiting performers and giving an introduction to the festival’s music from the performers’ perspective.
The week’s highlights include a visit by the Dante String Quartet, in a Russian-themed programme that includes music by Beethoven, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.
Thursday lunchtime’s Young Artist recital features Romanian pianist Mihai Ritivoiu, who performs romantic works by Couperin, Chopin and Janacek.
That evening, the London Harp Quartet perform a dance-themed concert on four concert harps, mixing popular classics by Delibes, Bach and Gershwin with commissioned pieces, including a world premiere.
You certainly won’t want to miss Opera Anywhere as they present their inspired, ‘reduced’ production of Mozart’s Magic Flute on Friday June 8.
Book online for these concerts and others at www.pinnermusicfestival.co.uk Pre-booked tickets are £2 cheaper than on-the-door sales.