Cockermouth Music Society’s 25th Season promises to be as interesting and exciting as any in the past with very accomplished musicians performing as soloists or as members of ensembles. Once again, with the support of Orchestras Live we are able to offer an orchestral concert, the Northern Chamber Orchestra in Christ Church on 26 February 2019.
There are two kinds of membership. A subscription ticket (£90) brings membership plus access to all seven professional concerts, members’ and young persons’ concerts. Ordinary membership costs £12 (£5 for 18 and under) and this brings reduced prices for tickets. Tickets can be bought by non-members for all events either on the door or at Billy Bowman Music
Subscription members will be able to bring a non-member to one concert in the season absolutely free of charge. Please show your subscription card on entry.
Cockermouth Music Society is a successful society and we want to make it even more successful for the benefit of artists and audiences alike. If you are interested in hearing live classical music in Cockermouth, please join the Society or be a member of the audience as often as you can.
We thank United Utilities for their sponsorship of our 25th Anniversary season
Single Tickets to non-Members: £23. Tickets to Ordinary Members £20
Accompanied children Free. Unaccompanied and students under 25 - Half Price.
Arnold: Sinfonietta No 1
Mozart: Violin Concerto No 5 in A
Grace Williams: Elegy
Mozart: Symphony No 40 in G minor
This concert has been made possible thanks to partnership with Orchestras Live
The Northern Chamber Orchestra is one of the country’s top professional chamber orchestras and has received critical acclaim for its diverse and exciting concerts and for its many recordings. Its expansive orchestral repertoire includes challenging works and new pieces by contemporary composers. The NCO is also highly regarded for its inspiring learning and outreach programmes and for its engaging teacher training initiatives. The NCO is the ‘Orchestra in Residence’ at Buxton Festival and Manchester Metropolitan University, and has a special learning and performance partnership with Chetham’s School of Music.
Chloë Hanslip has already established herself as an artist of distinction on the international stage. Prodigiously talented, she made her BBC Proms debut in 2002 and her US concerto debut in 2003, and has performed at major venues in the UK , Austria, Germany, France, Russia, Japan and South Korea.
|Date||Concert / Event|
|Tuesday 24th September 2019||Temple Ensemble|
|Tuesday 15th October 2019||John Paul Elkins (piano)|
|Tuesday 12th November 2019||Maggini String Quartet|
|Tuesday 21st January 2020||Elizabeth Bass (harp)|
|Tuesday 11th February 2020||Busch Trio|
|Tuesday 17th March 2020||Leon McCawley|