Full of poetry, joy and sorrow... realised to such perfectionObserver
Named 2019 Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist of the Year, the Castalian Quartet’s recent and forthcoming highlights include debut invitations to Carnegie Hall, Vienna Konzerthaus, Paris Philharmonie, Auditorium du Louvre, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Brussels Flagey, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Saffron Hall, and the Aldeburgh, East Neuk, Spoleto, and Dresden festivals. The Quartet’s 2019-2020 Wigmore Hall cycle of Brahms and Schumann featured collaborations with Stephen Hough, Cédric Tiberghien, Michael Collins, Nils Mönkemeyer, Isabel Charisius, and Ursula Smith. In 2018, they recorded the complete Haydn Opus 76 quartets for the Wigmore Live label. The Castalian String Quartet was the recipient of the inaugural Merito String Quartet Award & Valentin Erben Prize and a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship Award in 2018.
In 2014 Daniel Lebhardt won 1st Prize at the Young Concert Artists auditions in Paris and New York. A year later he was selected by Young Classical Artists Trust in London and invited to record music by Bartók for Decca. In 2016 he won the Most Promising Pianist prize at the Sydney International Competition.
As a chamber musician Daniel regularly collaborates with violinist Benjamin Baker and with the Castalian String Quartet. He took part in the BBC Proms Composer Portrait of Olga Neuwirth broadcast by BBC Radio 3 in 2012 and has performed chamber music with the Northern Chords Ensemble at King's Place, Wigmore Hall and Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh and Chichester.
Chichester City Council are currently allowing a maximum of 80 people in the Assembly Room to accommodate social distancing. If you are not lucky enough to be able to get tickets for the Assembly Room, you can select the 'Live Streaming Tickets' option, to be able to view a live stream of the concert online. A link to the event will be emailed nearer to the concert date.
Tickets for a seat in the hall are £18, and for the streamed concert £9.