Ostara Chamber Players in association with Park Theatre present

Coffee, Croissant and a Classical Concert 2022


Come along to Park Theatre for a social Sunday morning – with coffee, pastries and an hour of classical music.

Ostara was born during lockdown, when four local musicians formed an ensemble with a string quartet at its core. After gaining quite a following for their N4 Doorstep Concerts during the pandemic, they moved to the intimate setting of Park 200 in autumn 2021, when they presented three fabulous and much-enjoyed concerts. Now they are continuing to build the sense of community in the N4 area with these classical concerts with a relaxed vibe.

We are thrilled to welcome them back to the theatre. Some of London’s top chamber musicians, between them they are regulars at the Royal Opera House, London Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. As before they will be inviting some prestigious colleagues to join them in three varied programmes.

Follow their Facebook page for photos, videos and information about upcoming concerts.

Sun April 3 - Ostara Chamber Players with Timothy Lines (clarinet)

Programme to include:

Caroline Shaw - Entr'acte for String Quartet (2011)

Johannes Brahms -Clarinet Quintet in B minor Op.115

Sun May 15 - Ostara Chamber Players with Bryony Gibson-Cornish (viola)

Programme to include:

Anton Bruckner -Adagio from String Quintet in F major

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quintet in D major K.593

Sun June 19 - Ostara Chamber Players

Programme to include:

Brahms Sextet no.1 in B flat major, op.18

All the musicians performing at Park Theatre on Sun 19 Jun will be donating their fee to Medecins Sans Frontieres for their work in Ukraine.


10.15am - Arrival for coffee and pastries

11am - Concert starts

12pm - End of concert


'An utterly beguiling group - witty and tender, scintillating and soulful by turns (and sometimes simultaneously) - always surprising and never less than enchanting.' Simon Callow


Photos: Bernard O’Reilly
Artwork: Alison Gardiner