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RECENT EVENTS - Classical Coffee Mornings: Cataleya Quintet

Sunday 20 April 2014 - 11:00 AM

Cataleya Quintet | Royal Albert Hall

Having met originally as Masters Scholars at the Royal College of Music the Cataleya Quintet was formed in 2011. Their international and diverse musical education from the UK, Europe and the USA produces a musical connection which creates a unique and ambitiously driven wind quintet. From the start of their career at the College, they frequently performed within the RCM in a variety of public performances which included showcases of Quintets by Francaix, and of Poulenc’s Sextet in RCM’s Britten Theatre. 

As well as their busy concert schedule, Cataleya intends to continue competing in national and international competitions, and continue their outreach and education work within schools and educational environments as the Cataleya Quintet.


Gioacchino Rossini 
Il Barbiere di Siviglia Ouverture (Arr. Joachim Linckelmann) 

Anton Reicha 
Wind Quintet in A major, Op. 91, No. 5

Alexander Zemlinsky 
Humoreske (Rondo)

Jim Parker 
Mississippi Five 

Francis Poulenc
Novelette in C (Arr. Geoffrey Emerson)

Norman Hallam
Dance Suite  

Classical Coffee Mornings

Classical Coffee Mornings give you the chance to listen to outstanding talent from the Royal College of Music at Sunday morning classical recitals in the Hall's Elgar Room.

Tickets include a hot drink and a pastry. Doors open at 10.15am with music from 11am to 12 noon.

The series is part of a wide range of events to enjoy outside our main auditorium. For more on these events visit the More at the Hall page.

Enjoy a delicious pastry with tea or coffee from 10.15am in the Elgar Room (included in your ticket price).

The Hall’s Café Bar is also open from 9:00am and serves breakfast and lunch including a delicious range of freshly baked pastries, homemade cakes, gourmet sandwiches, toasted paninis and salads. Located on the Ground Floor (Door 12 entrance).