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The Bath Mozartfest - nine glorious concerts over six days including The Sixteen, Takács Quartet, Simon Trpčeski & Roderick Williams

5 Nights: 11 - 16 November 2022

£1475 per person sharing a twin/double room
£1675 sole occupancy of a double room

Includes: 5 nights Hampton by Hilton bed & breakfast, 1st category tickets for 9 concerts, 5 dinner/suppers with wines, luxury coach from the northwest, transfers to and from all concerts and a programme of sightseeing in and around Bath.

We are delighted to return to Bath and this most prestigious festival in the heart of the historic city. Over the past 30 years Bath Mozartfest has built an enviable reputation for artistic excellence in chamber and orchestral music. The annual festival takes place each November and presents the finest classical music performed by world-renowned artists.

This year we have decided to stay in the recently opened Hampton by Hilton which is situated in the heart of the city just two minutes walk from the Roman Baths and five minutes to Bath Abbey. The hotel is in contemporary style and has a consistency in room sizes (which several of the older style properties in the city lack). With a full breakfast buffet included each morning it has an 87% 4 & 5* review rating.

During our five night visit we have no less than nine concerts and recitals with outstanding artists including the Nash Ensemble, The Sixteen, Takács Quartet, Simon Trpčeski & Roderick Williams. Performances take place in the setting of the 18th century Assembly Rooms and Bath Abbey. Although the venues are within walking distance of the hotel we have included transfers to and from each of the Assembly Room concerts in case of inclement weather.

On our first evening we join the Festival Opening Supper at Woods Restaurant following the opening concert. On each of our other evenings we will have a two course meal before each evening concert.

Here's the complete concert programme:

Friday 11th, 730pm            Takács Quartet
Edward Dusinberre violin; Harumi Rhodes violin; Richard O’Neill viola; András Fejér cello

Saturday 12th, 11am          Leonard Elschenbroich cello, Alexei Grynyuk piano

Saturday 12th, 730pm        The Sixteen Choir & Orchestra
Bath Abbey                        Harry Christophers conductor

Purcell: Welcome Songs & Coronation Music for King James II

Sunday 13th, 730pm          Simon Trpčeski piano

Monday 14th, 1pm             Jennifer Pike violin, Jeremy Pike piano

Monday 14th, 730pm          Nash Ensemble
Alasdair Beatson piano, Richard Watkins horn, Benjamin Nabarro violin, Michael Gurevich violin, Lawrence Power viola, Timothy Ridout viola, Adrian Brendel cello, Graham Mitchell double bass

 Tuesday 15th, 1pm             Amatis Trio

Lea Hausmann violin, Samuel Shepherd cello, Andrei Gologan piano

Tuesday 15th, 730pm         Roderick Williams baritone, Susie Allan piano
A Birthday celebration for Ralph Vaughan Williams

Wednesday 16th, 1pm        The Teyber Trio
Tim Crawford violin, Timothy Ridout viola, Tim Posner cello

We depart for home after this concert.

During our stay we have a morning walking tour of Bath and, on Sunday, a half day visit to Wells Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace. Transfers are included from the usual Northwest pick-up points.

Priority Booking is now available for all that have registered in advance and any remainin places will go on general sale from Wednesday 24th August.

Many thanks for the wonderful London weekend. We loved each concert, with each being a memorable experience. The choice of restaurants, the attention to detail and the company added to the weekend.
M & J J, Liverpool

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