Pittville Pump Room

Pittville Pump Room
Albert Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 3JE
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Busch Trio

Smetana Piano Trio in G minor op.15 Bridge Phantasie Trio in C minor Schubert Piano Trio no.1 in B flat major D898 This young piano trio has emerged as one of the leading piano trios among the new generation, receiving enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across the UK and Europe. Winners of…

Tue 20 Feb

£15–£20 / 0844 576 2210

Carducci Quartet

Haydn String Quartet op.76 no.4 in B flat major ‘Sunrise’ Bartók String Quartet no.1 in A minor Simon Rowland-Jones World Premiere of Commission for the Music Society Mendelssohn String Quartet no.6 in F minor op.80 Regular performers in Cheltenham, the Carducci Quartet is recognised as one of…

Thu 18 Jan

£20–£25 / 0844 576 2210

Cheltenham Choral Society 80th Anniversary Gala Concert

Join Cheltenham’s longest established choir for a celebratory concert! The Cheltenham Choral Society are delighted to welcome back our president Dame Felicity Lott who will be performing with Cheltenham Choral Society. The main work Peacemakers, in the words of Terry Waite, ‘breathes the harmony of peace’. It draws on…

Sat 28 Apr

£17 / 0844 576 2210

Cheltenham Horticultural Society - Spring Show

Entry: £2. Free entry for under 16s. Come and see the wonderful display of spring flowering plants at the Cheltenham Horticultural Society’s annual spring show. Hundreds of dazzling spring flowers, including Daffodils, Tulips, Alpines, Orchids and Cactus. There will be stalls selling crafts and plants. Local…

Sun 18 Mar

£2 / 0844 576 2210

Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra - Winter Concert - Jazz and Blues

The Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra present their Winter Concert 2018: a concert of orchestral music influenced by jazz and blues. The Orchestra are delighted to welcome a longstanding friend of the orchestra, Marcel Zidani – piano, to play Gershwin’s joyful and exuberant Rhapsody in Blue which opens with that famous…

Sun 28 Jan

£12 (£6; Children £3) / 0844 576 2210

Cregan & Co - The Songs of Rod Stewart

Starring Jim Cregan - one of the most influential guitarists in Rod Stewart’s original band The Faces. Jim co-wrote, co-produced, and musically directed for Rod for approaching two decades. Now, more than 40 years on, he has formed his own band Cregan and Co to perform that incredible musical heritage. He is joined…

Thu 29 Mar

£24 (£22) / 0844 576 2210

CSO - An English Celebration 1

Photo credit: Ian Stark In this first concert of the CSO’s Spring Series – an English Celebration – hear Vaughan Williams’s warm and affectionate evocation of the capital city, A London Symphony. Britten’s violin concerto – with soloist Fenella Humphreys - is an early work full of originality and invention. No…

Sat 27 Jan

£14–£17 (£7–£8.50) / 0844 576 2210

CSO - An English Celebration 3

Image - Phil Harrison Photography In their final English Celebration series the CSO are joined once again by Michael Foyle (violin) who performs the Elgar violin concerto – made famous by the young Menuhin. Holst’s ballet music from his comic opera The Perfect Fool brings three lively dance episodes. Finally the…

Sat 19 May

£14–£17 (£7–£8.50) / 0844 576 2210

Doric String Quartet

The Doric String Quartet was formed in 1998 and besides touring all over the world has released CDs of the complete quartets of Korngold and Schumann.

Wed 18 Apr

£20–£25 / 0844 576 2210

An Evening with Alan Gardner (The Autistic Gardener)

Alan Gardner, (The man with the Pink hair!) presenter of Channel 4’s ‘The Autistic Gardener’ takes to the road with a brand new and enlightening show. Alan has created 40 RHS show gardens and won numerous awards at Chelsea. Come and discover how to make the most of your garden, patio or even your window box and have…

Fri 9 Mar

£22.50 / 0844 576 2210

GM Presents - Band Night

Performances by over 100 local community musicians and featuring three wind bands. Join us for a full programme of classic repertoire and well known meldoies. Featuring Lakeside Concert Band Five Valleys Adult Wind Band Gloucestershire Symphonic Wind Orchestra

Tue 6 Feb

£8 (£5) / 0844 576 2210

Henry Blofeld - 78 Retired

Henry ‘My Dear Old Thing’ Blofeld has hung up his microphone after 50 years commentating on international cricket. The cherished golden voice of cricket has decided to celebrate by touring the country with his brand-new show, jam-packed full of unheard anecdotes from on and off the pitch, as well as stories from the…

Thu 5 Apr

£20 / 0844 576 2210

Joo Yeon Sir and Irina Andrievsky

Schnittke Suite in Old Style for violin and piano Schumann Sonata no.2 in D minor op.121 Britten Suite for violin and piano op.6 Milhaud Cinéma-Fantaisie d’après “Le boeuf sur le toit” A welcome return by this exciting duo, Korean-born British violinist Joo Yeon Sir and her regular partner Irina…

Thu 22 Mar

£15–£20 / 0844 576 2210

Lloyd & Rose Buck: Our Life with Birds

It’s not often you see birds on stage in a theatre and even more rare to see one flying over the audience. But ‘Our Life with Birds’ promises to give audiences a rare opportunity to meet Golden Eagles, Peregrine Falcons, hawks, owls, starlings and many more - all raised and trained with the utmost loving care by bird…

Thu 15 Feb

£14.50 / 0844 576 2210

Masterworks Concert 62

Bach Chaconne in d, BWV 1004 (arranged for solo cello by Joy Lisney) Beethoven Sonata for piano and violin, opus 96 Joy Lisney ScordaturA for solo cello (2017) Ravel Duo for violin and cello Bartok Rhapsody no 1 for violin and piano Emma Lisney - violin Joy Lisney - violoncello James Lisney - piano…

Fri 20 Apr

£15 (£5) / 0844 576 2210

Masterworks Concert 63

Bach transcriptions by Rachmaninoff, Busoni, Cortot and Hess Beethoven Sonata in E, opus 109 Ragtime by Doucet and Bolcom Chopin/Balakirev Romance from second concerto, opus 16 Gershwin Preludes and Rhapsody in Blue For fifteen years, pianist James Lisney’s Masterworks has proved to be a highlight of…

Fri 18 May

£15 (£5) / 0844 576 2210

Paul Gambaccini: An Evening with The Great Gambo…The professor of Pop

For the first time Paul Gambaccini reveals how he started life as a boy in the Bronx and wound up The Professor of Pop in Great Britain. Together with clips of great artists he has known, he will explain what it was like to experience the phenomena of Elvis Presley as a child and the Beatles as a teenager, how he got…

Wed 25 Apr

£23.50 / 0844 576 2210

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