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Our top picks for the weeks ahead...

Jazz at the University: Jason Rebello (piano) and Huw Warren (piano)


Jason’s career has taken him around the world as a solo artist and also with Sting, Jeff Beck, Peter Gabriel, Mica Paris, Joss Stone and many more artists. The Hallé and Nice Orchestras have also welcomed him to the stage. 

Quatuor Capriccio


Quatuor Capriccio

The Capriccio Quartet, founded in 2012, won first prize at both the Ilzach International Chamber Music Competition and the International String Quartet Competition in Bordeaux in 2013.

Composed of Cécile Agator and Hugues Borsarello on violins, Flore-Anne Brosseau on viola and Samuel Etienne on cello, Quatuor Capriccio is frequently invited to perform at Radio France, at the Philharmonie de Paris, at the Cité de la Musique and they also participate in numerous festivals including the String Quartet of Luberon, Flâneries de Reims, Musical Hours of Haut-Anjou, Festival BWD12, Musical Festivals of Corbigny.

Haydn: Quartet op. 20 no. 2 (Hob.III.32)

Mieczyslaw Weinberg:Capriccio op.11

Robert Fokkens: Capriccio Variations (2017)

Mendelssohn: Quartet op.81

Nicolo Paganini arr. Jacques Ysaÿe: Caprice no. 24

British Experimentalism and its legacy: Cardiff University Contemporary Music Group


For their second concert of the year, the Contemporary Music Group performs music by composers connected to the British Experimentalist tradition such as Howard Skempton, Gavin Bryars and Michael Nyman and younger composers influenced by their thinking.