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Home What's On Music Anna Tilbrook's Summer Concert

Music: Anna Tilbrook's Summer Concert

Pianist Anna Tilbrook has become something of a regular at Rosehill – and she'll be taking to our stage again on Sunday 16 June at 3pm!

This time she will be joined by Philip Dukes on viola, a familiar face to those who attended Anna's concert of Viennese chamber music last July, and Richard Hosford on clarinet.

Their programme for Father's Day afternoon will feature Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio, Schumann's Märchenerzählungen, Bruch trios and more - including a viola and piano and clarinet and piano party piece!

Anna Tilbrook

Hertfordshire-born Anna is one of Britain's most exciting pianists, with a considerable reputation in song recitals and chamber music. As well as accompanying, she is in demand as a répétiteur, continuo player and vocal coach, working for companies including the Royal Opera, Royal Ballet, Aldeburgh Festival and London Symphony Orchestra (LSO). She has performed in a number of great concerts at Rosehill Theatre and through Rosehill on the Road, and is delighted to be returning to West Cumbria once again with two impressive musicians.

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Hailed by The Times as "Great Britain’s most outstanding solo viola player", Philip has appeared with many of the top orchestras, and recorded a range of chamber and solo CDs. He is professor of viola at the Royal Academy of Music in London, artistic director of Marlborough College, was unanimously elected a Fellow of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2006 in recognition of his success as an international viola soloist, and in 2007 he was awarded an Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music.

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Richard has a busy career both as a soloist and as chamber musician, as well as being Principal Clarinet of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He has recorded all the major repertoire for wind ensemble with the Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and has toured with them throughout the world. He taught at the Royal College of Music for 20 years and regularly gives masterclasses at leading conservatoires and specialist music schools around the UK.

Pre-performance dining

The Green Room is open for pre-performance dining from 12pm.


Why not take advantage of our tasty special offers when you book and pay for your pre-theatre dining and ticket together? Call the box office on 01946 692422 or book with your tickets online!

Performance + two-course lunch £40* • £27* U26

Lunch offer available exclusively to pre-theatre diners when purchased with performance tickets.

We're also offering our popular afternoon tea as the Food in the Foyers lighter bite option for this performance. Afternoon tea - served either before or after the performance - is available for a fantastic price when ordered and paid for at the same time as booking your ticket.

Performance + afternoon tea £40* • £27* U26

*Booking fee applies. Pre-theatre two-course lunch served from 12pm (subject to availability) and afternoon tea can be served before or after the performance (please state preference when booking). Reservations essential. If ordering online with tickets, please enter your preferred time of dining in the booking notes field and we will contact you to confirm your reservation.

Performance times and tickets

  • Sunday 16 June • 3pm
  • Tickets
    £25 • £12 U26

    Pre-paid dining and ticket offer
    Two-course lunch add £15 • afternoon tea add £15

    Plus booking fee

    buy tickets

  • Please note a booking fee of up to £1.50 applies to most transactions

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