The Pleyel Ensemble are a collection of friends and colleagues who have an enormous and varied repertoire of chamber music.

The Pleyel Ensemble take their name from the Classical composer Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831), a musician and businessman, who, in addition to writing a large body of accessible chamber music, helped increase the popularity of this wonderful kind of music-making amongst amateurs and professionals as both music publisher and piano manufacturer in the early nineteenth century.

For this evening in Wakefield, courtesy of the Wakefield Concert Society, a string trio from the ensemble will be delighting audiences with a selection from their repertoire, including music by Schubert, Martinu, Arnold Cooke and Beethoven.

“Enthralling and exciting” – Crewe Chronicle

Venue Details

Find us at

Thornes Road, Wakefield, WF2 8UR