An evening of fine food at Trebah Kitchen and world class music in the heart of Trebah's sub-tropical paradise.
The programme will be J. S. Bach's Double Violin Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043, and the Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat major, op. 20. Before each piece, a short spoken introduction will explain the musical and historical context of the work.
Kernow Chamber players consists of leading Cornwall-based musicians, joining with some of Cornwall's most promising young music students.
Food is available before the concert - choose from a packed picnic or a sit down two-course meal when purchasing tickets. Daniel Gvalda, Trebah's Executive Head Chef, is passionate about sourcing local, seasonal and often very small-batch ingredients.
- Garden opens 2pm (ticket includes “all afternoon” garden entry)
- Recommended age 3+
- Relaxed Performance - please call Trebah on 01326 252200 for details.
Concerto Dinner Menu
Welcome glass of sparkling Camel Valley
Local seasonal nibbles
Fillet of pepper roasted Truro stag venison, salt-baked local beetroot, butternut puree, caramelised pistachio, cardamon & orange reduction
Freshly landed Newlyn catch of the day, herb, crab & crumb crust, Falmouth lobster foam, rosti
Gin & hedgerow berry jelly, amaretto custard, pistachio praline
Dark chocolate torte, muscovado & espresso ice cream, blueberry, viola
A selection of matched wines will be available on the evening by the glass, bottle or flight
Garden Picnic Menu
Cornish crab & cucumber sandwich
Paprika & sweet pepper hummus sandwich
Yarg, shallot & chive quiche
Beetroot, butternut & asparagus salad
Cornish strawberries, clotted cream, meringue
Cultural Supporter Ticket
If you can afford this higher-priced ticket it will help to support Trebah's cultural programme and allow us to provide more creative opportunities for local and national artists. Thank you for your support.
Covid Compliance and Risk Assessment
We are working with Vaughan and also an independent Risk Assessor to ensure Trebah’s events are Covid-compliant and as safe as we can make them for the audience, Trebah staff, event volunteers and artists visiting us.
We will have an events-specific Covid Risk Assessment and will be asking any visiting company to provide their own.
Our events volunteers will be offered a Lateral Flow Test on the day they volunteer with us and we will ask visiting artists to test if there is any possibility that they will need to engage with a member of staff, volunteer or audience member (although audience interaction will not be allowed).
At the moment it is not expected or possible to test audience members.
When the season is launched all events will be sold to a 50% capacity and we are assuming the audience will be seated/spaced in a socially distant manner. As regulations change we may decide to increase capacity. If capacity is increased we will, of course, let you know and any bookers who have already booked will be given 7 days to claim a refund if they no longer feel comfortable attending the event.
If a performance is cancelled because of a change in restrictions connected to Covid; or, because of Covid, we no longer believe it would be safe for the event to continue the event will be cancelled. In this instance all tickets will be refunded. We would hope, but would not guarantee, that the event could be rescheduled for a future date.