|Cellist Max Beitan who opens the live performance collection at Netherby Corridor|
Netherby Corridor in Cumbria has its origins in a fifteenth century tower home, which was altered and prolonged within the seventeenth, 18th and nineteenth centuries. A latest multi-million-pound restoration has seen the property remodeled, creating 9 luxurious self-catering vacation cottages and flats, in addition to convention services.
The corridor is now launching a month-to-month collection of classical music concert events beginning on 23 September 2022. Every live performance will happen within the Netherby’s Oak Corridor with the choice of getting a post-concert dinner within the orangery. The performances at Netherby Corridor are a part of the Absolute Classics live performance collection, the place visiting musicians tour the area acting at completely different venues in addition to inspiring the following era by their work with faculties and younger individuals. In the course of the live performance season, the visiting musicians carry out at Netherby Corridor; Cochran Corridor, Kirkcudbright; and Easterbrook Corridor in Dumfries.
The collection begins with cellist Max Beitan and pianist John Thwaites in Franck, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky & Piazzolla on September 23 adopted by Oxana Shevchenko, piano, in Mozart, Brahms, & Prokofiev (October 21), Filip Pogády, violin and John Lenehan, piano (November 18); Adam Laloum, piano, Clémence de Forceville, violin, and Benedict Kloeckner, cello (December 9); Anna Fedorova, piano (January 20); Solem Quartet (February 10); and Tabea Debus, recorder and Jonathan Rees, gamba (March 17).
Full particulars from the Netherby Corridor web site.