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Calendar of Concerts for the 2009-10 season

These are the forthcoming concerts for the 2009-10 season, all concerts taking place in the Market Hall in Appleby.  If you'd like your own copy of the concert dates to print off and put on your notice board at home, click HERE.


  • Three new ensembles for this season
    We've a balance of familiar faces and first appearances in Appleby, with a Portuguese guitar and Spanish guitar plus string quartet from the North East, a powerful accordion and violin pairing plus the Northern Sinfonia's principal players all making their Appleby debut this season.
  • ..and the return of some favourites
    Brass bands don't come any better than the "Imps" - the Yorkshire Imperial Urquhart Travel Band - and we've persuaded them to brighten up a Sunday evening in January once more. We'll also be welcoming back the talented clarinet quartet 'Chinook'.  We can just about guarantee that there will be something in their beautifully arranged or specially composed works to appeal to everyone in the audience.




At a glance

  • Chinook - clarinet quartet
    Sunday 18th October 2009 - 7:30pm


  • Mazaika - accordion & violin
    Sunday 15th November 2009 - 7:30pm


  • Yorkshire Imperial Brass Band 
    Sunday 31st January 2010 - 7:30pm


  • Andy Jackson Guitarra Portugesa, Viola Braguesa and guitar with string quartet.
    Sunday 28th February 2010


  • Northern Sinfonia - Principal Players       28th March 2010 - 7:30pm                     


NOTE:  Programme information is often garnered well ahead of a concert and sometimes, as we all know, the best laid plans of mice and men oft gang agley...and so, whilst given in good faith, programmes sometimes do change for a variety of reasons.  If we have prior knowledge, we shall use this website to communicate any such change but the organisers are not able to accept liability for said change if it occurs.  By all means let us know if it might have been a serious disappointment - we like to listen to and learn from our concert-goers.