Chamber Series at Hallé St Peter’s

Get closer to the music

Get closer to the music in the Hallé’s second chamber series. These intimate lunchtime performances will all take place in the beautiful surroundings of Hallé St Peter’s, our magnificently restored former church in the heart of Ancoats.

Beethoven’s Gassenhauer Trio


Beethoven – Gassenhauer Trio
Zimmermann – Capriccio for piano
Brahms – Clarinet Sonata No.1 for clarinet and piano

Elisabeth Brauß, piano
Sergio Castelló López, clarinet
Simon Turner, cello


THURSDAY 13 JANUARY 2022 – 6.30pm

Steve Reich – Music for Pieces of Wood
David Hext – Sound Blocks
David Hext – Grounded world premiere
David Hext – Plainsong
Cage – Living Room Music

Featuring percussionists: David Hext, Riccardo Lorenzo Parmigiani, Erika Öhman, John Abendstern and Ben Gray

Janácek Mládi

FRIDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2022 – 1pm

Hindemith – Kleine Kammermusik Op.24, No.2
Berlioz – Trio for flutes and harp from L’enfance du Christ
Berio – Opus Number Zoo
Janácek – Mládi

Amy Yule, flute
Sarah Bennett, flute
Stéphane Rancourt, oboe
Rosa Campos Fernandez, clarinet
James Muirhead, clarinet
Elena Comelli, bassoon
Laurence Rogers, horn
Marie Leenhardt, harp

Sing to the Moon – Hallé Youth Choir

SUNDAY 27 MARCH 2022 – 1pm

The concert includes:
Kerry Andrews – O nata lux
Laura Mvula – Sing to the moon
Alexandre Desplat – My love is always here
Tippett – Three Spirituals from A Child of Our Time

Stuart Overington – conductor

Vaughan Williams Phantasy Quintet

SUNDAY 15 MAY 2022 – 1pm

Vaughan Williams – Phantasy Quintet
Tiberiu Buta – New Work (world premiere)
Mozart – String Quintet in C, K515

Sarah Ewins, violin
Tiberiu Buta, violin
Julian Mottram, viola
Piero Gasparini, viola
Dale Culliford, cello


To book tickets, click on the individual concert pages or call The Bridgewater Hall Box Office on 0161 907 9000.

Tickets, including booking fees, cost £15 (£7.50 for anyone in full-time education).


40 Blossom Street, M4 6BF

Situated at the heart of the resurgent area of Ancoats, Hallé St Peter’s provides a home for the Hallé’s rehearsals and recordings, its choirs and Youth Orchestra, as well as a space for education workshops and our new chamber music series. for more information about the venue, visit or follow Hallé St Peter’s (@hallestpeters) on social media.

Café Cotton at Hallé St Peter’s, an independent café, restaurant and bar, is open to the general public seven days a week offering great coffee, delicious homemade food and cakes.


The safety and well-being of our audiences and players is the Hallé’s first concern.

We are strongly advising everyone to continue to wear masks where possible. We will be continuing our thorough cleaning regime and we expect hand sanitizer to continue to be widely available.


It is due to the generosity of our sponsors, patrons and every loyal supporter who has been so understanding over the past eighteen months that we are able to perform these concerts. Arts Council England, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the City of Manchester have all been steadfast in their support and have our sincerest thanks.

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