PIANO maestro Benjamin Grosvenor will play the opening date of the 30th chamber concert season at Bradford Cathedral.

Benjamin, described by Gramophone magazine as the most remarkable young pianist of our time, is renowned internationally for his electrifying performances and insightful interpretations.

Benjamin is renowned for his distinctive sound, described by the Independent as “poetic and gently ironic, brilliant yet clear-minded, intelligent but not without humour, all translated through a beautifully clear and singing touch”.

At Bradford Cathedral on September 29 he will play Mozart, Brahms, Debussy and Ravel as well as Dean’s Hommage à Brahms.

The Endellion Quartet, famed as one of the finest quartets in the world, will perform music by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on December 1.

Over the years, the Endellion String Quartet have regularly toured North and South America and given concerts in Australasia, the Far East, the Middle East, South Africa and every West European country.

The Guardian said: “The Endellion Quartet captivate concertgoers with a remarkable rapport, playing to each other with a sense almost of discovery, communicating to the audience on a level of unusual intimacy”.

The season will continue on November 10 with sought-after young violinist Rose Hsien and soloist and chamber musician Ivan Moshchuk.

The pair will perform music by Brahms, Debussy and Ravel.

Rose is a winner in many international competitions and is renowned for a ravishing tone and spotless intonation.

Ivan has graced many of the eminent stages of North America and Europe and performed at leading classical music festivals.

Visit bradford-theatres.co.uk or call 01274 432000 to book tickets.