23rd October 2013 19:00,
Since its foundation in 1994, the Zemlinsky Quartet has become a much lauded example of the Czech string quartet tradition. The quartet won 1st prize in the 2010 Bordeaux String Quartet Competition and has also enjoyed a string of other top competition prizes including the Banff, Prague Spring and London International String Quartet Competitions. In London the quartet was awarded the Audience Prize. The ensemble has been coached by members of renowned Czech string quartets, the most recent being Josef Klusoň, the violist of the Pražák Quartet.
Chelsea Pensioners have recognised the work efforts of staff who will be working over the Christmas period
Christmas Cake donated by the Australian Defence Force as a symbol of the enduring friendship between the UK and Australia