The autumn season 2014 presents internationally renowned artists alongside emerging new talent.

9th October to 13th November 2014, St Peter’s Church Eaton Square

‘Celebration’ is the theme running through the new season at Eaton Square Concerts. Anniversary concerts, award-winners and exploration of cultural heritage are all elements that are featured.

Oxford Camerata open the season with a 30th Anniversary concert with choral music from across centuries and continents. Romanian pianist Alexandra Dariescu has lots to celebrate including winning 2013’s ‘Woman of the Future’ and being nominated one of Forbes Magazine’s ‘30 under 30’.

Violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen and pianist Huw Watkins celebrate the music of Tamsin’s European and American heritage. The Jubilee Quartet are the new St Peter’s Prize winners and the Schubert Ensemble are fresh from celebrating their 30th anniversary.

Thursday 9th October 2014: Oxford Camerata
Thursday 16th October 2014: Alexandra Dariescu
Thursday 30th October 2014: Tamsin Waley-Cohen and Huw Watkins
Thursday 6th November 2014: Jubilee Quartet
Thursday 13th November 2014: Schubert Ensemble

St Peter's Eaton Square is fortunate to combine a uniquely pure acoustic within a simply beautiful neo-classical setting that has long been associated with musical excellence. Ranging from early music to contemporary choral works, at the core of Eaton Square Concerts is an aspiration to deliver chamber music of the highest quality.