Meliora Collective is a freshly established flexible ensemble, comprising of an array of dynamic, creative and spirited young artists. They are in the unique position of performing as a dectet, formed of five wind players alongside five string players, whilst also presenting concerts with more intimate chamber groupings.
Born out of a love of chamber music, Meliora Collective strives to celebrate the shared joy of music making, both with audiences and amongst themselves.
The versatility afforded by this set-up allows for intriguing programming, spanning a range of styles and incorporating concert favourites alongside less familiar but equally enchanting repertoire. Meliora Collective enjoys presenting highly inventive arrangements, ranging from Piazzolla to Dvorak. This year, they received an award from the Oleg Prokofiev Trust.
As recent graduates of conservatoires including the Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Northern College of Music, each of the musicians brings a strong musical identity to the ensemble.
Programme to include works by Beethoven and Bach. Tea & Cake Included and served after the performance.
In this performance the musicians playing from the Meliora Collective are: Meera Maharaj - flute Ruth Heney - violin Rebecca Stubbs - viola