The celebrated and much-loved Vanbrugh are returning to Fermanagh to delight us in a new guise. following retirement from quartet performance in 2017 of first violinist Gregory Ellis, Keith Pascoe(violin), Simon Aspell(viola) and Christopher Marwood(cello) continue as The Vanbrugh and perform with selected guest artists. On this occasion they will perform with Belfast born Michael McHale, one of Ireland’s leading pianists who has developed a busy international career and Malachy Robinson, a dedicated chamber musician on the double bass. They will be performing Schubert’s Trout Quintet Piano Quintet in A Major, one of the best known works in classical music and a delight for the senses. Pure joy from a composer who had a short and tragic life but left so much great music behind. this will be preceded by Brahms’ Piano Quartet No. 3 in C Minor, first performed in Vienna on 18 November 1875 with the composer himself at the piano. Tickets price £15-00 /£5-00 concession (under 25’s) are available now from the Ardhowen Theatre.