The Chilingirian Quartet give a concert on Saturday 18 April, 8pm.
Tickets are £15 each. Additional tickets may be purchased via the Events page. Reference code SQT10029.
Programme: Haydn – Op 50 No 6 in D Major; Janacek – From An Overgrown Path; Puccini – Crisantemi; Haydn – Op 76 No 4.
Level: Grade 8 and above.
Please bring to the course: your instrument, music and a music stand.
The Chilingirian Quartet are one of the world's most celebrated and widely travelled ensembles renowned for their thrilling and authoritative interpretations of the great quartets and commanding performances of the contemporary repertoire.
Levon Chilingirian (violin), Mark Butler (violin), Susie Mészáros (viola) and Stephen Orton (cello) are highly accomplished musicians, and blend four distinct voices into a single extraordinary sound; their performances are frequently acclaimed by the critics.
They are also respected teachers, leading masterclasses at many universities in the UK and around the world.
Generous bursaries are offered by the College, to music students and early career young professional musicians, funded by donors and West Dean Friends. If you wish to apply, please download the Chilingirian String Ensemble Course Bursary Application Form, from the website.
The applications should be received by 28 February 2020.
"Excellent course - very inspirational"2018 attendee
Non-resident course fees
The non-resident student fee is £593 and includes coffee, lunch, tea and dinner daily, tuition and the Chilingirian concert. If you wish to stay at the College, the accommodation costs are given below.
Accommodation fees for Summer 2020 per person, including breakfast:
|Annexe rooms||Standard rooms||Superior Rooms|
|With ensuite shower||Single occupancy with private bath/shower, ensuite or adjacent (Main House/Vicarage)||Twin occupancy with private bath/shower ensuite or adjacent (Main House/Vicarage)||Single occupancy with ensuite bath/shower (Main House/Vicarage)||Sharing twin bedroom with ensuite bath/shower (Main House/Vicarage)|
The course begins at 12.30am with lunch on Wednesday 15 April and ends on Sunday, 19 April at 4pm.
All ensembles should complete and return:
One copy of the Musical Details form on behalf of your group
One Course Application form for each applicant, and
One Bursary form (if applicable) for each applicant
For full Terms and Conditions please refer to the website or request a brochure.