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AutumN 2018 Get cLOser tO the music

Classical, jazz, world and family concerts in Sheffield


eXPerieNce LiVe music FrOm LeAdiNG cLAssicAL, JAZZ ANd WOrLd musiciANs, PerFOrmed iN the uNiQue surrOuNdiNGs OF the cruciBLe studiO.

It’s an extraordinary place to encounter music - both intimate and relaxed; where you get so close to the performers you can feel their excitement, see their energy and hear the control in every note.

Let the music BeGiN Meet Ensemble 360, Sheffield’s world-class chamber group. Comprising eleven of the country’s finest musicians, the Ensemble is at the heart of our annual classical music programme. These supremely talented musicians regularly come together to perform in pairs, trios, quartets and more. Ensemble 360 are:

Claudia AjmoneMarsan Violin

Naomi Atherton Horn

Juliette Bausor Flute

Laurène Durantel Double Bass

Ruth Gibson Viola

Amy Harman Bassoon

Matthew Hunt Clarinet

Tim Horton Piano

Benjamin Nabarro Violin

Gemma Rosefield Cello

Adrian Wilson Oboe

Informal introductions and pre-concert talks mean you don’t need to know anything about the music in advance. And there’s never a dress code, just an open invitation for everyone, of all ages and all musical tastes, to come and join us. musicintheround.co.uk

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SEASON AT A GLANCE ENSEMBLE 360 THE BACH WALK Sunday 16 September, 1.30pm Edensor and Beeley churches Chatsworth Estate

RACHEL PODGER violin & PETER SEYMOUR harpsichord WORLD OF STRINGS Thursday 6 December, 7.30 - 9.20pm Upper Chapel

EVENING CONCERTS

ENSEMBLE 360 Tuesday 11 December, 7.15 - 9.10pm Upper Chapel

SHEFFIELD JAZZ JEAN TOUSSAINT ALL-STAR SEXTET Friday 12 October, 7.15 - 10pm Crucible Studio Theatre ANGELA HEWITT Piano Saturday 13 October, 6.30 - 9.40pm Crucible Studio Theatre LIGETI QUARTET WORLD OF STRINGS Wednesday 31 October, 7.30 - 9.10pm The Leadmill RAFIKI JAZZ Up Close! Monday 5 November, 7.30 - 9.20pm Crucible Theatre LEONORE PIANO TRIO Tuesday 13 November, 7.15 - 9.15pm Crucible Studio Theatre DORIC STRING QUARTET Friday 16 November, 7.15 - 9.20pm Crucible Studio Theatre ENSEMBLE 360 Saturday 1 December, 7.15 - 9.10pm Crucible Studio Theatre

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LUNCHTIME CONCERTS ENSEMBLE 360 Thursday 27 September, 12.45 - 1.40pm St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Upper Hanover Street ENSEMBLE 360 Tuesday 6 November, 12.45 - 1.40pm Firth Hall, University of Sheffield

FOR FAMILIES CONCERTEENIES WITH MUSIC IN THE ROUND Saturday 6 October Up to 1 year-olds: 10.15 - 11am 1 and 2 year-olds (siblings welcome): 11.30am - 12.15pm Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre

WELCOME TO OUR AUTUMN 2018 PROGRAMME, WHICH THIS YEAR EXTENDS OUR BOUNDARIES TEMPORALLY AND GEOGRAPHICALLY. Our World of Strings series takes a close look at two periods of music that are especially striking for their invention: the Baroque era and the present day. Our fantastic guests, Rachel Podger, Peter Seymour and the Ligeti Quartet have devised programmes of endless fascination but also with a few surprises, not least the reverence for tradition that is evident in some of today’s finest writing for string quartet. There is also the opportunity to revel in wonderful music by Bach in Angela Hewitt’s solo recital and – back by popular demand – our Bach Walk event led by Ensemble 360’s Benjamin Nabarro and Gemma Rosefield. With limited spaces, early booking is advised. We are also delighted to be hosting Rafiki Jazz, the brilliant Doric String Quartet and the Leonore Piano Trio, while Ensemble 360 focus on glorious Romantic music with the works of Johannes Brahms at the core. We wish you a very happy autumn of varied and gripping listening! Angus Smith Artistic Director

FOR SCHOOLS AND NURSERIES GIDDY GOAT Monday 5 November 10.45 - 11.40am & 1.30 - 2.25pm Crucible Theatre BOOK NOW: musicintheround.co.uk 0114 249 6000

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WALK & CONCERTS

THE BACH WALK ENSEMBLE 360

Sunday 16 September 1.30 - 6.30pm Edensor and Beeley churches, Chatsworth Estate Full day tickets (tea and cake included) £30 £20 Disabled & Unemployed £15 Students & Under 35s 5.30pm concert only £14 £10 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

To open our season, we make a return trip to the Chatsworth Estate to celebrate a musical genius, the magnificence of the local countryside, churches… and tea! Inspired by the life-changing 250-mile journey the 20 year-old J.S. Bach made on foot to hear the revered composer Dieterich Buxtehude play the organ, we invite you to walk between two beautiful churches to hear glorious music by Bach, a composer who inspired him, and by composers who he profoundly influenced. If you prefer, you may join us for just the final performance.

1.30pm

St Peter’s Church, Edensor

BIBER Passacaglia for solo violin 1.45pm

Walk to Beeley

(Distance approx. 3 miles - moderate)

3.30pm

St Anne’s Church, Beeley

JS BACH Cello Suite No.1 in G BWV 1007 4.00pm

Walk to Edensor

(Distance approx. 1.8 miles - easy)

4.45pm

Tea and cake

5.30pm

St Peter’s Church, Edensor

BACH Violin Partita No.3 in E BWV 1006 BRITTEN Cello Suite No.3 Op.87 YSAŸE Violin Sonata No.2 in A minor Op.27 No.2 BACH Two-part inventions (selection) 6.30pm

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Tickets are for the complete event, but there are a limited number available for 5.30pm St Peter’s Church, Edensor concert only. Tickets sold out very quickly last time; places are limited and early booking is advisable. Please ensure that you have adequate footwear and note that this is an all-weather event! Further practical information about the walk will be available on the Music in the Round website closer to the event date.

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LUNCHTIME CONCERT

ENSEMBLE 360 Thursday 27 September 12.45 – 1.40pm St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Upper Hanover Street, S3 7RQ £14 £10 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

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SHEFFIELD JAZZ KODÁLY Serenade Op.12 for 2 violins and viola DVORÁK Terzetto in C Op.74 for 2 violins and viola Although his work was greatly admired abroad, Zoltán Kodály’s love of the Hungarian countryside and tradition kept him in his homeland even during troubled political times. Folk music is clearly to the fore in his engaging Serenade and there is an abundance of rich melodies. Dvorák’s lively Terzetto was originally written for amateur players, but the technical demands of the piece turned out to be beyond the capabilities of the original dedicatees!

JEAN TOUSSAINT ALL-STAR SEXTET Friday 12 October 7.15 – 10pm Crucible Studio Theatre £17 £13.50 Disabled & Unemployed £8 Students with NUS card £3 Under 16s

JEAN TOUSSAINT Tenor saxophone BYRON WALLEN Trumpet DENNIS ROLLINS Trombone ANDREW McCORMACK Piano DANIEL CASIMIR Bass MARK MONDESIR Drums The return of a very special band led by a former Jazz Messenger. Grammywinning saxophonist Jean Toussaint first came to prominence when he joined Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers in 1982. Since moving to London in 1987, Toussaint has released 10 criticallyacclaimed CDs as a leader. Tonight he presents his 11th album, Brother Raymond, as part of a UK tour with a truly all-star sextet.

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EVENING CONCERT

ANGELA HEWITT Piano

Saturday 13 October 6.30 – 9.40pm Crucible Studio Theatre £20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

BACH The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2 BWV 870–893 Following her sell-out performance in 2016, Angela Hewitt makes a welcome return to the Studio for a performance of one of Bach’s greatest keyboard collections. Arguably one of Bach’s most influential works, the dedication of The Well-Tempered Clavier states that its purpose is ‘for the profit and use of musical youth desiring instruction, and especially for the pastime of those who are already skilled in this instruction’.

Angela Hewitt’s Bach has long been a thing of wonder. Each prelude and fugue has a character of its own and contributes something special to Bach’s iridescent kaleidoscope of musical invention. The Daily Telegraph

Please note the early start time for this concert, which will also include a 30-minute interval.

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EVENING CONCERT

WORLD OF STRINGS

EVENING CONCERT

LIGETI QUARTET

JOHN ZORN Cat O’Nine Tails (1988) TANYA TAGAQ Sivunittinni (2016) GEORGE CRUMB Black Angels (1970) JOHN ADAMS Fellow Traveler (2007) STEVE REICH Different Trains (1988)

RAFIKI JAZZ

Wednesday 31 October 7.30 – 9.10pm The Leadmill

The Ligeti Quartet presents a gripping picture of modern classical music at iconic Sheffield music venue The Leadmill. Two 20th century classics – Steve Reich’s Grammy award-winning Different Trains and George Crumb’s iconic Black Angels for electric string quartet – feature alongside the rockriff influenced minimalism of John Adams; John Zorn’s explosive collage of jazz, American folk, punk, modernist and classical music; and Tanya Tagaq’s Sivunittinni – inspired by Inuit throat singing.

Monday 5 November 7.30 – 9.20pm Crucible Theatre

£12 £9 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

There were terrifying things in the air…they found their way into Black Angels. George Crumb

As with all our concerts in the Studio, the event is fully seated but seats are unreserved.

Up Close!

£12 £9 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35

Rafiki Jazz...the best of British. Songlines: Top of the World

Acclaimed world music ensemble Rafiki Jazz appear live on the Crucible Main Stage celebrating the finale of their immersive Up Close! touring programme. Rich and mesmerising new music traversing continents, languages and cultures is set alongside hypnotically looping digital animations from award-winning Islamic geometric artist Zarah Hussain. Post-concert talk Join us for a lively and topical after-show talkback hosted by Javaad Alipoor (Resident Associate Director of Sheffield Theatres) immediately after the performance.

Presented in partnership with University of Sheffield Concerts’ Global Soundtracks season.

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LUNCHTIME CONCERT

EVENING CONCERT

ENSEMBLE 360

SCHUMANN Violin Sonata No.1 in A minor Op.105 BRAHMS Horn Trio in E flat Op.40

Tuesday 6 November 12.45 - 1.40pm Firth Hall, University of Sheffield

Schumann’s first two violin sonatas were written in 1851, the same year as his popular Third Symphony, the Rhenish. His clear intent in the A minor sonata was to prioritise the lyricism and expressivity that is characteristic of his chamber pieces from this period. Brahms’ Horn Trio was composed on a summer visit to the Black Forest region in 1865. In this majestic work, and perhaps inspired by his surroundings, Brahms stated a preference for using an old-fashioned Waldhorn (forest horn) for its characteristic mellow, rounded tone.

£14 £10 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

LEONORE PIANO TRIO Tuesday 13 November 7.15 – 9.15pm Crucible Studio Theatre £20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

Sumptuous playing and beguiling warmth… revelatory playing.

A cycle of the complete Beethoven violin sonatas, cello sonatas and piano trios (concert 6 of 8) BEETHOVEN Cello Sonata in G minor Op.5 No.2 Variations for Piano Trio in E flat Op.44 Violin Sonata in F Op.24 Spring Trio in B flat Op.11 Gassenhauer The vitality, energy and optimism of youth is brilliantly captured in this collection of early works by Beethoven. In the cello and violin sonatas, there is also a strong sense of musical tradition from an age before Beethoven tore up the rulebook, most evident in extended passages where the impression is of virtuoso piano sonatas with occasional accompaniment.

The Observer

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EVENING CONCERT

DORIC STRING QUARTET Friday 16 November 7.15 - 9.20pm Crucible Studio Theatre £20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

These were performances of terrific panache and perception, seeming to get right under the skin of Haydn’s creative genius.

EVENING CONCERT HAYDN String Quartet Op.33 No.1 in B minor BARTÓK String Quartet No.5 BEETHOVEN String Quartet in C sharp minor Op.131 The Doric Quartet enjoys an annual touring programme that traverses the globe. Following their recent debut at New York’s Carnegie Hall, their busy autumn and spring schedule takes them to Germany, Holland, France and back to the USA.

ENSEMBLE 360 Saturday 1 December 7.15 – 9.10pm Crucible Studio Theatre

BRAHMS String Quartet in C minor Op.51 No.1 LAURENCE OSBORN New Work for Piano Quintet, commissioned by The Royal Philharmonic Society KORNGOLD Piano Quintet in E Op.15

£20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

The Doric’s performance opens with an effervescent Haydn quartet, dedicated to Grand Duke Paul of Russia. Beethoven’s late quartets stand at the pinnacle of classical chamber music and, anecdotally, the Opus 131 quartet in C sharp minor was the composer’s own favourite. In Bartók’s striking Fifth quartet, the composer’s love of Hungarian folk music is immediately apparent.

The Daily Telegraph

The two beautiful Opus 51 quartets were the first works for this formation that Brahms was willing to publish, though only after a period of immense self-doubt and revision. Each is conceived on the same grand scale that characterises Brahms’ symphonic writing. The lavish style of Korngold’s famous Hollywood scores is pre-dated by

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his wonderful piano quintet in which distinct traces of the late Romantic works of Elgar and Rachmaninov can be detected. Ensemble 360 are also delighted to feature a world première by rising young composer Laurence Osborn who has already written for the London Symphony Orchestra and London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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EVENING CONCERT

WORLD OF STRINGS

RACHEL PODGER violin

PETER SEYMOUR harpsichord

Thursday 6 December 7.30 – 9.20pm Upper Chapel £20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

BACH Sonata in C minor BWV 1017 BACH Cello Suite No.2 in D minor (transposed into A minor for violin) HANDEL Sonata in D HWV 371 VIVALDI Sonata Op.2 No.12 BACH French Suite No.2 in C minor BWV 813 BACH Sonata in G BWV 1019 Multi award-winning violinist Rachel Podger has been hailed by The Sunday Times as the “queen of the baroque violin.” She is in huge demand worldwide as a recitalist, soloist and guest leader with numerous renowned ensembles including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Portland Baroque and Tafelmusik. Rachel’s own group, Brecon Baroque, recently toured Japan and made its Edinburgh Festival debut. In this concert Rachel is joined by harpsichordist Peter Seymour for an evening of irresistibly attractive music by the three giants of Baroque music.

Intoxicating combination of power and grace. Toronto Star

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EVENING CONCERT

ENSEMBLE 360

FOR FAMILIES MAHLER Piano Quartet in A minor SUK Piano Quartet in A minor Op.1 BRAHMS Piano Quartet in A Op.26

Tuesday 11 December 7.15 – 9.10pm Upper Chapel £20 £14 Disabled & Unemployed £5 Students & Under 35s

CONCERTEENIES WITH MUSIC IN THE ROUND MARTIN CROPPER Violin ANNE BOLT Piano Martin Cropper and Anne Bolt perform music by Beethoven, Vivaldi, Brahms, Monti and Kreisler in two relaxed Concerteenies concerts. With bubbles, percussion, props and informal introductions, these are fun and informal concerts for parents and their young children.

Saturday 6 October Up to 1 year-olds: 10.15 -11am 1 and 2 year-olds (siblings welcome): 11.30am - 12.15pm Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre £7.50 per grown-up Accompanying children free*

Please note: Because the 10.15am concert is specifically designed for children up to 1 year of age, we aren’t able to accommodate siblings of different ages within this session. Families with siblings of different ages are welcome at the 11.30am concert. Children must be accompanied by a grown-up and grown-ups must be accompanied by one or more children.

Ensemble 360 presents three piano quartets written by composers in the earliest stages of their careers. Mahler’s Piano Quartet dates from 1876, the end of his first year at the Vienna Conservatory, where the only completed movement was first performed. Josef Suk’s work was written at the Prague

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Conservatoire, and the 17 year-old student dedicated the work to the man destined to become his fatherin-law, Antonin Dvorák. Brahms’ second work for this instrumental line-up features a gloriously languid Adagio that possesses the trademark serenity of this supremely Romantic composer.

*On purchasing your ticket, please indicate how many children will be attending. Child tickets are limited to a maximum of two per grown-up. If you’d like to bring more children with you, please give us a call on 0114 281 4660 before booking your tickets.

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FOR SCHOOLS AND NURSERIES

GIDDY GOAT Monday 5 November 10.45 - 11.40am 1.30 - 2.25pm Crucible Theatre

HOW TO BOOK ESTHER SHERIDAN Narrator ENSEMBLE 360 For Early Years & KS1 Based on the colourful children’s book by Jamie Rix and Lynne Chapman*, with specially composed music by Paul Rissmann, this tale of facing fears and making friends is an ideal way to introduce children aged 3-7 to classical music, with plenty of audience participation and projections of images from the story. This learning project includes training and comprehensive cross-curricular digital resources and is ideal for any Early Years setting looking to develop their music-making and enrich their learning.

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or call 0114 249 6000 You can also book in person at Sheffield Theatres box office. Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10am – 8pm On non-performance days the box office closes at 6pm.

BOOKING DATES Advance booking for Friends opens on SATURDAY 14 JULY 2018 at 10am in person or by phone. Tickets at this time are limited to two per Friend per event / four per event for Joint Friends. *Published by Orchard Books To make a booking for your school or nursery, please contact katie@musicintheround.co.uk or call 0114 281 4660. Public performances for families will follow in spring 2018. Sign up to our mailing list at musicintheround.co.uk to be the first to find out when tickets go on sale.

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General booking opens on SATURDAY 21 JULY 2018 at 10am in person, by phone or online.

UNDER 35? If you’re under 35, then you can see many of our concerts for only £5*. Just show some form of ID at the Sheffield Theatres box office when booking your tickets.

CONCESSIONS Concessions are available for people with disabilities, those registered unemployed, students and under 35s. Prices are indicated on each concert page.

RE-SALES If the event is sold out Sheffield Theatres will endeavour to re-sell your tickets on your behalf at a charge of £2.00 per ticket.

ENJOY FANTASTIC DISCOUNTS WHEN YOU BUY TICKETS FOR 5 OR MORE CONCERTS Save 10% when you buy tickets for 5 or more different concerts in our autumn season in one transaction.* If you’d like to save time with your booking, you’re welcome to place your order in advance through the Music in the Round office. Call us on 0114 281 4660 or email marketing@musicintheround.co.uk with your request and contact details. We’ll make the arrangements then supply you with an order number to use when you pay at box office. If you’re booking direct with Sheffield Theatres, your 10% saving will automatically be deducted when you purchase your tickets online, over the phone or in person from box office. *Please note that this offer does not include the Bach Walk, Concerteenies or the Giddy Goat schools concert. Tickets must be purchased in one transaction and you must state which concerts you wish to attend. Subscriptions cannot include more than one ticket for each concert.

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VENUE INFORMATION COMING AS A FAMILY?

CONCERT DURATION

We believe that classical music should be for everyone, including young children and families. Each season includes family events that have been specially tailored for younger listeners.

Please be aware that all concert end times are supplied as approximate timings only and may be subject to change.

We generally recommend our evening concerts for children age 7+. However, if you think that your child will sit quietly, then we have no problem with younger children in our audiences. To give everyone the best possible concert experience, we’re currently trialling some designated ‘family-friendly’ seats at every concert, so should your child become distracted, you can make a discreet exit between pieces. For more information please ask a member of staff before a concert, check our website or call the office on 0114 281 4660.

NEW TO MUSIC IN THE ROUND? If you’re completely new to our classical concerts, then our first-time deal offers you your first pair of tickets for just £5* each. Please make yourself known at the Sheffield Theatres box office, in person or on the phone. (Offer not available online. A maximum of two tickets can be purchased per household.) *The Bach Walk, Concerteenies and Giddy Goat schools concert are not included.

CRUCIBLE STUDIO THEATRE AND ADELPHI ROOM

will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.

55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 1DA

Parking: There is a 24-hour Q-Park on Charles Street, which offers discounted parking for concertgoers. Present your concert ticket to the Sheffield Theatres box office to obtain a car park voucher. For blue badge holders, spaces are available in the Q-Park, NCP car park, and outside the theatre on Surrey Street and Norfolk Street.

Seating Areas: All seats in the Studio are unreserved, but there are three different seating areas: stage level, tier one and tier two (tickets are priced the same for each area). Please specify which area you wish to sit in when booking. Talks and Q&As: All pre-concert talks are free to concert ticket holders but please request a separate ticket for talks at the box office. A separate ticket is not required for post-concert Q&As. Drinks: You may take drinks purchased from the Crucible bars into our concerts in plastic glasses which can be provided by Sheffield Theatres staff. Bags and coats: Sheffield Theatres Cloakroom will be open for you to leave your coats and bags but please don’t bring any suitcases or large holdalls as they do not have enough space to store them. Small handbags (no bigger than A3 size, 300mm x 420mm) are permitted to be taken into the auditorium. All bags brought into the Crucible, or stored in the Cloakroom will be security searched. As a guide, any bags larger than cabin size (H 550mm X W 45mm D 20mm) cannot be stored in the cloakroom so please do not bring them. Access: These venues offer easy access for wheelchair users although spaces are limited in the auditoriums; please inform the box office at the time of booking if you require a wheelchair space. Latecomers: The auditorium will usually open 30 minutes before the advertised start time. Please note that latecomers

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Public Transport: The nearest bus stops are on Arundel Gate (50m) and High Street (300m). There are two Supertram stops in close proximity to the theatres: Castle Square and Cathedral (both 400m).

ST ANDREW’S CHURCH Upper Hanover Street, Sheffield, S3 7RQ Seating Areas: All seats are unreserved. Access: St Andrew’s URC is accessible for wheelchair users. Please inform the box office at the time of booking if you require a wheelchair space. Latecomers: St Andrew’s URC will open 30 minutes before the advertised start time. Please note that latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. Parking: Some Pay & Display parking is available in the car park at the corner of Broomspring Lane and Upper Hanover Street (entrance on Broomspring Lane). Public Transport: The nearest Supertram stop is University of Sheffield. The nearest bus stops are on Glossop Road at Gell Street – which are served by frequent buses including the numbers 30, 120 and 123.

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Firth hALL The University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN Seating Areas: All seats are unreserved. Access: At Firth Hall there is a lift and ramp for wheelchair users. Please speak to the Concerts Team when you arrive who will be able to assist you. Latecomers: Firth Hall will open approximately 15 - 30 minutes before the advertised start time. Please note that latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. Parking: Durham Road car park is in close proximity to the venue and is operated by Q-Park. Public Transport: You can catch the Supertram to the University from the railway station and the city centre. Several bus services stop at or near the University, please visit concerts.sheffield.ac.uk for more information

uPPer chAPeL Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 2JD Seating Areas: All seats are unreserved. Access: Upper Chapel is accessible for wheelchair users although spaces are limited; please inform the box office at the time of booking if you require a wheelchair space. Latecomers: Upper Chapel will open 30 minutes before the advertised start time. Please note that latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. 26

Parking: There are a number of carparks and on street parking available close to Upper Chapel, including NCP, Q-Park and council owned sites. Further details can be found at upperchapelsheffield.org.uk For blue badge holders, please see Crucible Studio Theatre information. Public Transport: See Crucible Studio Theatre information.

the LeAdmiLL 6 Leadmill Road, Sheffield S1 4SE Seating Areas: This event will be fully seated; all seats are unreserved. Access: The Leadmill is fully accessible for wheelchair users.

cOmiNG uP iN 2019 dON’t miss Out! BecOme A FrieNd OF music iN the rOuNd We’ll be welcoming more brilliant musicians to Sheffield in 2019, including Roderick Williams, the Leonore Piano Trio, Stephen Hough, Ensemble 360, Tim Horton and many other fantastic musicians. Become a Friend of Music in the Round to take advantage of priority booking, receive invitations to special events and enjoy three newsletters per year. For more information visit the Support Us section of our website, musicintheround.co.uk, pick up a leaflet at a concert or contact us on 0114 281 4660 or info@musicintheround.co.uk

Parking: There is a Q-Park at Sheffield train station, just a short walk from the Leadmill. There is also limited pay and display parking outside the venue. Public Transport: The Leadmill is just 2 minutes walk from Sheffield Train Station, which also provides the nearest Supertram stop. The Leadmill is also within walking distance of Sheffield Transport Interchange, with many regular bus services available.

KISS ME, KATE Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter Book by Sam and Bella Spewack

From the Golden Age, a riotous, romantic musical comedy to make your heart soar. Fri 7 December – Sat 12 January

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PhOtOs Bach Walk: © Matthew Bullen Sheffield Jazz: © Benjamin Amure Angela Hewitt: © Maiwolf Ligeti Quartet: © Mike Massaro Rafiki Jazz: © Fraser Wilson Leonore Piano Trio: © Eric Richmond Rachel Podger: © Theresa Pewal Concerteenies: ©Andy Brown All Ensemble 360 except small portraits on page 3 © Kaupo Kikkas

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Music in the Round Autumn 2018 brochure  

Full details of Music in the Round's autumn season 2018 presented in Sheffield's Crucible Studio Theatre and at venues around the city.

Music in the Round Autumn 2018 brochure  

Full details of Music in the Round's autumn season 2018 presented in Sheffield's Crucible Studio Theatre and at venues around the city.

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