Although the ‘love triangle’ between Brahms and The Schumanns is often talked about, Robert Schumann actually knew Brahms for only five months before Robert was taken to a mental asylum, where he stayed until his death.
This programme, curated and performed by some of the world’s most celebrated chamber musicians (based here in the Chilterns), explores the extraordinarily intense friendship between Robert, Clara and Johannes, with music by the three of them depicting that important period in all their lives.
You can find out more about Chiltern Arts Festival in Berkhamsted at The Event Hub Blog, where we interview Festival Director, Naomi Taylor.
Venue Access Information
Parking: Town parking only Closest Car Parks: Water Lane, Lower Kings Road plus street parking
Disabled Parking: Limited disabled parking available next to the church; please contact us if this is required
Disabled access: There is step-free access to the church from the small door on the High Street
Toilets: Toilets are available at the theatre