Reception with prosecco and canapés in Square Table, the venue’s new bar area; concert at around 8pm £30
Vintage bus return journey bookable from Hebden Bridge at 5.15 £10
Town Hall café open for light meals and take-away sandwiches before we set off.
A very special evening at the newly and magnificently extended and developed Square Chapel in Halifax to raise funds for Hebden Bridge Piano Festival. Dress to impress and delight in the magic created by internationally renowned pianists Noriko Ogawa and our Patron, Kathryn Stott.
You’ll be served with prosecco and canapés on arrival at Square Chapel and be given the opportunity to see around the building before the concert.
Mozart – Sonata in D for 2 pianos
Brahms – Op.118 No.2
Liszt – Vallee d’Obermann (Noriko Ogawa)
Fauré – Nocturne No.6 (Kathryn Stott)
Ravel – Jeux d’eau (Kathryn Stott)
Debussy – L’isle Joyeuse (Kathryn Stott)
Rachmaninov – Suite No.2 for 2 pianos
Take a vintage bus to see Noriko Ogawa and Kathryn Stott at Square Chapel on 10 June. The bus leaves Hebden Bridge Town Hall at 5.15 and will travel by a scenic route, arriving at Square Chapel in time for the prosecco and canapés reception at 6.30pm. After the concert the bus will bring you home again via a direct route.
Hebden Bridge Town Hall café will be open before we set off, with light meals and sandwiches available. They’ll stop serving meals at about 4.45 to allow you time to eat before the journey, but you can buy sandwiches after that to bring onto the bus.