Norwich’s Assembly House is continuing to open up its lunchtime classical programme as people get used to the post-Covid new normal.
Llŷr Williams will perform a three-set Chopin piano recital on Tuesday, October 14, featuring Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat min Op 35, a selection of etudes, and Scherzo No 2 in B flat min Op 31.
The Northern Chords piano trio visits on Thursday, November 25 with a mix of Beethoven and Mendelssohn.
Mark Viner is at the venue on Thursday, December 9 with a four-piece performance taking in Chopin, Schumann, Alkan, and Beethoven.
The newly-announced first shows of 2022 include the London Bridge Trio on Thursday, January 20; Finghin Collins on Thursday, February 3; and the Fitzwilliam Quartet on Thursday, March 3.
All performances start at 1pm with tickets from £20.