With the nights drawing in it’s time for Huddersfield Music Society to launch its autumn/winter season of chamber concerts.
The first event in its 97th season is on Monday, October 13, and features the award-winning Jubilee String Quartet, an ensemble of young musicians formed in 2006. The quartet’s programme will include the Beethoven String Quartet.
One of the society’s aims is to support young emerging talent and its new season certainly does that.
In November, the Brillante Brass Ensemble from the Royal Northern College of Music, based in Manchester, will play a varied programme, from Bach to Bernstein, with arrangements of music from West Side Story and The Sound of Music.
The December concert features the cellist Ariana Kashefi accompanied by pianist Timothy End playing Bach and Beethoven, among other pieces.
Into the New Year and society audiences can expect to hear the Cassian String Quartet, the Fujita Piano Trio, Villiers String Quartet and three well-loved local musicians – Sarah Ogden, Rebecca Robertson and Jonathan Fisher.
Tickets for all concerts, which start at 7.30pm and take place at St Paul’s Hall in Huddersfield, are £18 and available on the door or online at www.huddersfield_music_society.org.uk