MANCHESTER Camerata return to Stafford Gatehouse Theatre for another stunning concert series with some truly world-class musicians.
With music director Gábor Takács-Nagy at the helm, the orchestra will perform fresh interpretations of the classics as well as spotlighting lesser known musical gems.
Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti will perform Vivaldi's masterpiece, The Four Seasons on Friday, September 19, for the first concert of the season.
Other soloists include two of Camerata's own musicians - their new leader, Adi Brett will perform on Thursday, January 29, followed by principal cellist, Hannah Roberts, who will be performing Elgar's hugely popular Cello Concerto on Thursday February, 12. To close the season in 2015 the Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter plays Beethoven's dramatic Second Piano Concerto on Friday, May 15.
Audiences can save money when booking for all four concerts. Subscribers to the 2014/15 series save 15 per cent, get the best seats available and do not have to queue for tickets on concert evenings at the box office. To book a season ticket audiences should call Stafford Gatehouse Theatre box office.
Group discounts are also available.
Tickets for all Manchester Camerata concerts cost £16 / £14 concessions. Reduced tickets are also available at £5 for under 26s and £3 for under 18s. Tickets for all concerts are on sale now and can be booked by calling the Gatehouse box office on 01785 254653 or by visiting www.staffordgatehousetheatre. co.uk.