The London Bridge Trio is one of Britain’s most exciting and brilliant chamber groups, whose primary focus is driven by the piano trio repertoire.
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Classical chamber music concerts at Conway Hall. Read more about our concerts and their history on our Sunday Concerts page.
Robert Max is touring the UK playing the complete Bach Suites, and we are pleased to present this exciting project at Conway Hall.
The Salomé Quartet is a multinational ensemble formed in 2016 by four prizewinning students of the Royal College of Music in London.
The Chamber Ensemble of London present a concert of the most celebrated English and Italian composers, including Elgar, Vivaldi and Puccini. This is the first of their three international projects at Conway Hall in 2022.
The prize-winning Resol Quartet make their Conway Hall début, supported by the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust
The Linos Piano Trio’s colourful and distinctive musical voice draws on the rich cultural and artistic backgrounds of the three musicians.
A trio comprising three leading young musicians, this performance culminates in Brahms’ trio for horn, violin and piano, written to commemorate the death of the composer’s mother.
We are pleased to be able to welcome an audience for this performance, and will also stream the concert on YouTube Live. Attendance in person may not be possible if government guidelines change prior to the event. We reserve the right to make this event livestream only and will inform ticket holders…
The versatile and award-winning Carducci Quartet make a welcome return to Conway Hall.
A truly star-studded line-up of musicians garnering increasing international renown, tonight’s programme places Brahms’ evergreen Horn Trio alongside exquisitely colourful works by Britten and Fauré – not to be missed!
The Tippett Quartet regularly appear at Kings Place, Purcell Room, Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Bridgewater Hall and frequently perform on BBCRadio 3. Their programme sees them join pianist Emma Abbate in Elgar’s much-loved masterpiece.