Live classical music concerts return to Lancaster University

The renowned Brodsky Quartet, last heard in the Great Hall in 2017, will herald the return of Lancaster Arts’ live concerts to Lancaster University’s Great Hall on June 30 (advance ticket purchase entry only).

The evening’s programme includes Paul Cassidy’s arrangements, which were borne out of lockdown and are, to his knowledge, unique.

Ian Belton, Gina McCormack, Jacqueline Thomas, and Paul Cassidy formed the Brodsky Quartet in 1972.

They are a rich and diverse musical presence at the forefront of the international chamber music scene, having attracted numerous awards and accolades and performed more than 3000 concerts around the world and released more than 60 recordings.

Tickets must be bought through the website.

Please note that for health and safety precautions, no tickets are available on the door.

All events will take place in a Covid-secure environment. Please see for more details on the safety precautions in place.

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