By Travelzoo Staff
"Four finer musicians you could not come across" is how Classic FM's Henry Kelly describes The Pavão Quartet, while BBC Radio 2's Desmond Carrington says they are "world class". Save 50% on tickets to see the string quartet when it comes to the Festival Theatre in Malvern on Saturday, 6 April.
Why we love it
- Save 50% on tickets for an evening of music performed by The Pavão Quartet
- Described as "world class" by BBC Radio 2's Desmond Carrington
- Tickets for the concert on Saturday, 6 April are £6.75 each instead of the usual £13.50
- The programme includes pieces from Michael Nyman, who has composed for films including "The Piano" and "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover"
March 21, 2013 - April 2, 2013
Malvern, WR14 3HB
Tel: 01684 892277
- Tickets in the Stalls and Circle usually cost £13.50 including the venue's 8%-per-ticket booking fee, but with this offer they are available for £6.75 .
- The Pavão Quartet's concert is part of the Malvern Contemporary Arts Festival and begins with noted film composer Michael Nyman's "In Re Don Giovanni", followed by Shostakovich's Strong Quartet No.10, John Adams's "Fellow Traveller" and Astor Piazzolla's "Four For Tango". Formed 10 years ago at the Royal Academy of Music, the quartet recently played on Eric Whitacre's Grammy Award-winning album, "Light & Gold", and has recorded with the likes of Elaine Paige, Hayley Westenra, Bryn Terfel and Aled Jones.
- How to Book:
- - Click "Buy Now" to book directly with Malvern Theatres
- - Choose your preferred performance by clicking "Buy Tickets"
- - Choose where you want to sit -- Stalls or Circle
- - Pick the specific seats you want. These will initially show up without the 8% fee. They are labelled "£12.50"
- - Click "Add Seats to Basket"
- - Enter promo code travelzoo and click "Apply Code"
- - The discount will now be applied to show a full price seat cost of £6.25. Select the number of these you want to buy and proceed to the checkout where the 8% fee will be added, bringing the total cost per ticket to £6.75
- - Note: The theatre's website is not optimised for mobile phones. We recommend using a PC, laptop or tablet to book online.
The small print
Subject to availability. Valid on 6 April. Tickets usually cost £13.50 including the venue's 8%-per-ticket fee. Advance booking required. Not valid for tickets already purchased. No cash value or cash back. The full value quoted is based on the maximum ticket cost plus additional per-ticket fees at the time of publication. Cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer.