NEW this Year !
"Dear Father" This explores the often strained relationship between Wolfgang and Leopold Mozart with readings from letters between Father and Son. 

From the sparkling K157 of the wunderkind years through a 'tortuous maturity' presented by the darkly dramatic K421 to his witty and valedictory finale of K590


One recent successful collaboration has been various words and music presentations, all about 1 hour in length, with actor Christopher Kent.

Haydn's Seven Last Words.
We have been presenting this regularly since 2019 sometimes as a fundraiser for various charities. 

Chris' choice of classic and contemporary poems compliment each of the seven tableaux on themes of Forgiveness, Comfort, Relationships, Abandonment, Distress, Accomplishment, Reunion

Since the Beethoven 250 anniversary in 2020:

We have presented his late Quartet op 132 in A minor with the famous Hymn of Thanksgiving. Chris again introduces the work and between movements reads extracts from Beethoven's letters focussing on the recovery from his own illness. It is both a cathartic and an illuminating experience for our post covid audiences.