Three performances, including one from the Consone Quartet, will be broadcast from Thursday 22 July, free of charge and available for one week

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Guildhall School’s summer Chamber Music Festival returns with highlights from three days of performances from several of the school’s chamber groups and student–professor collaborations, featuring performers from the chamber music faculty. Performances will be broadcast from Thursday 22 July and available to watch for one week, free of charge.

The festival will open with a performance by the Consone Quartet who are currently part of the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists 2019-2022 cohort and Guildhall School’s current chamber music fellows. Their lunchtime performance at 2pm on Thursday 22 July will feature a programme of Haydn String Quartet in B flat major op.33, no.4 and Mendelssohn String Quartet in E flat major op.44, no.3.

Full programming can be found here

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