The life of Bohuslav Martinů
This event has been postponed due to ill-health. We will announce the rescheduled event in due course. All ticket holders will be refunded.
Born in a tower and forever influenced by this bird's eye perspective, Bohuslav Martinů’s (1890–1959) style is compelling and unforgettable. Individual, rhythmic and flavoured by the folk music of his native Czechoslovakia, Martinů's music stirs the soul and gets the feet tapping. His nomadic life is brought fully to life in this invigorating production of chamber music with esteemed musicians – Monica McCarron (flute), Bozidar Vukotic (violoncello) and Helen Leek (piano) – plus specially-recorded narration by Tony award-winning actor, Tom Conti.
£12.50 (concessions available). Tickets available on the door or book online.