Upcoming Concerts

An Hour of French Music & Poetry – The St Paul’s Quartet with Cecilia Thwaites – ADMISSION FREE
6pm Sunday, April 23
St Paul’s Church, Grove Park, W4 3SB – Google map

St Paul’s Quartet & Felix Tanner (viola) – Conway Hall – BOOK NOW
6:30pm Sunday, April 30
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL – Google map
• Schubert Quartettsatz D703
• Debussy Quartet in G minor Op.10
• Mozart String Quintet No.4 in G minor K516


Beatrix Lovejoy Violin Trust

Beatrix Lovejoy is currently playing on a violin made by Antonio Gragnani in 1778. She is in the process of building a syndicate of investors with the aid of the Stradivari Trust and will be giving a recital on September 21 at 6:30pm in Hughes Hall, Cambridge with Simon Lane, pianist, where she will showcase the instrument. For further information click here.


Conway Hall Season Opening

The Quartet are delighted to be returning for the 2015/16 season to the iconic venue in Red Lion Square (reputedly the oldest chamber music series in London), with Schubert’s String Quintet, plus Haydn Quartet Op 20 No 4. Tickets directly from the venue, or contact us for further details.


St Paul’s Quartet at the Old Fire Station, Oxford; the Interactive Quartet

We are very excited about new project, The Interactive Quartet, at the wonderful, eclectic Old Fire Station Arts centre, right in the heart of Oxford. 5 minutes walk from the train station and next to the central bus station. We will post dates as soon as they are confirmed. All ages very welcome!


Hot on the heels of Schubert

Thank you once again to Gray’s Inn Chapel, for such a warm welcome to the quartet, playing Schubert’s String Quintet, with Ben Rogerson. What a wonderful concert venue! We are already planning our return visit next year, and we look forward to seeing you then.

Continuing the Schubert theme, Bea and Ben are currently performing the great B flat major piano trio; in London, with esteemed West End director Mike Read, and also in Artannes-sur-Indre, near Tours, France, with British virtuoso Simon Lane.