King’s Lynn Festival will take place from 18-31 July 2021 and feature classical recitals and concerts, jazz, talks, walks and a 70th anniversary exhibition, celebrating the rich history of the past seven decades of the King’s Lynn Festival. Tickets on sale to the public from Monday 14 June. Priority booking for Patrons opens on Tuesday 1 June and for Friends on Monday 7 June. For details of how to book and our refund policy please click here.
Lunchtime Concert Series: Marmen Quartet
Monday 26 July 2021
Mike & Diana Brindle
Haydn Quartet in D Op.64 No.5"Lark"
Beethoven Quartet Op.59 No.3 Razumovsky
The Marmen Quartet is fast building a reputation for the courage, vitality and vigour of its performances, recently winning First Prize at the Banff International String Quartet Competition and this year making their BBC Proms debut. In this concert they perform Haydn's vivacious 'Lark' Quartet and Schubert's dark and lyrical Quartettsatz. The programme comes to a conclusion with Beethoven's extraordinary String Quartet in C major, written at a time of the composer's advancing deafness, it is a work that is both astonishing in its coherence and startling in its variety.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances the programme for this concert has been changed from the one previously published.
King's Lynn Minster (St Margaret's Church) 2021
Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn PE30 5DL
- Level entrance through main door
- Steps inside side doors
- Guide dogs are admitted
- Induction loop available for non-music events only
- There are toilet facilities in the church
Seating for 2021 is reserved and at a reduced capacity. An unrestricted view cannot be guaranteed from all seats in this historic building, and prices have been adjusted accordingly.
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The nearest car park is Saturday Market Place. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. Please ensure you pay the correct fee. Current charges are available on the borough council website: https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/
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