Much loved classics and a thirst for something new
The Concert Hall Season has opened at the Stapleford Granary again for Autumn with a jam-packed agenda of music and a fantastic exhibition featuring British artists!
Sunday lunchtime concert
Looking for something to do on a lazy Sunday morning? The Sunday lunchtime concerts at the Stapleford Granary have become very popular over the last 6 months. Now that our beautiful new cafe is open, you can come along for a delicious cup of Butterworth’s freshly roasted coffee and a cake followed by their favourite live music.
They have got the fabulous and inimitable jazz clarinettist/saxophonist Mark Crooks and his quartet on Sunday 18 September, cellist Gemma Rosefield and pianist Nicola Eimer on 25 September (a wonderful programme of Chopin, Janáček and Mendelssohn) and the innovative and experimental Liam Noble Trio on 9 October.
They kick off with a fantastic art exhibition on 4th September featuring five contemporary British artists, followed by the world-class pianist Cordelia Williams at the Concert Hall on 9th September, opening the autumn concert season with an exquisite programme of light and shade, featuring music by Mozart, Schubert, Tomkins, Evans and Schubert.
Don’t forget to check out their art exhibition whilst you are there. It is open during performances too.
Autumn concert season
Whether it’s classical, folk or jazz, you’ll find a mixture of brilliant established artists and the finest of the younger generation within an overall programme that combines much-loved classics with a thirst for something new at the Stapleford Granary.
There is so much to enjoy or discover at Stapleford Granary this Autumn. Head over to our latest blog for more information
The team of the CB Travel Guide