|FRIDAY 11th||Vertavo String Quartet||8:00pm||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 12th||Schubert Ensemble of London||11:00am||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 12th||The Hallé with Sir Mark Elder and James Ehnes||7:30pm||The Forum||MORE INFORMATION|
|SUNDAY 13th||Nash Ensemble with Pre-Concert Talk by Katy Hamilton||6:00pm||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|MONDAY 14th||Leonard Elschenbroich and Peter Limonov||1:00pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|MONDAY 14th||Gould Piano Trio with Richard Watkins||7:30pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|TUESDAY 15th||Elias String Quartet||1:00pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|TUESDAY 15th||Roderick Williams and Roger Vignoles||7:30pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|WEDNESDAY 16th||Michael Collins and Michael McHale||1:00pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|WEDNESDAY 16th||Emerson String Quartet||7:30pm||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|THURSDAY 17th||Simon Crawford-Phillips and Philip Moore||1:00pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|THURSDAY 17th||The Cardinall’s Musick with Andrew Carwood||7:30pm||St Mary's Bathwick||MORE INFORMATION|
|FRIDAY 18th||Ensemble 360||7:30pm||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 19th||Angela Hewitt||11:00am||Assembly Rooms||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 19th||Samuel West and Tim Horton||3:00pm||Guildhall||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 19th||The English Concert with Harry Bicket, Lucy Crowe and Nadja Zwiener||7:30pm||Bath Abbey||MORE INFORMATION|
|SATURDAY 19th||END OF FESTIVAL SUPPER||Pump Room||MORE INFORMATION|
The annual Mozartfest, is a 9-day, 16-concert, feast of fine classical music performed by outstanding international artists - against a backdrop of remarkable venues in the unique Roman and Georgian City of Bath. As its name suggests, Bath Mozartfest is a celebration of the work and influence of W A Mozart, but it is in no way limited to his music. Indeed, this year’s festival will present works ranging from the Italian Renaissance to the 20th century. It is the combination of artistic director Amelia Freedman’s bold and inspired programming, plus top quality musicians, which has given Bath Mozartfest its international reputation and which attracts audiences from far and wide, many making an annual pilgrimage.
This year’s role call of world-class artists includes the American-based Emerson Quartet; Angela Hewitt, undoubtedly one of the pre-eminent contemporary pianists; baritone Roderick Williams who will be accompanied by Roger Vignoles in a performance of Schubert’s Winterreise; and The Hallé orchestra, conducted by Sir Mark Elder, to offer just a few tempting names. Hugh Canning observed in The Sunday Times that: Bath Mozartfest delivers small musical miracles in the City’s glorious surroundings. Expect more ‘musical miracles’ this November, and make sure you book your tickets early as concerts will sell out.
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