Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor and friends play Schubert’s ever-fresh Trout Quintet, plus music by Brahms – for one night only.

They call chamber music "the music of friends" and Schubert’s exuberant Trout Quintet is as friendly as it gets: there’s a good reason why it’s so popular! To perform it, Benjamin Grosvenor has assembled some of the finest players in the world today, and they’re simply out to have fun.

And the best bit? You get to listen in, as players of the calibre of Kian Soltani, Brett Dean and Grosvenor himself let fly in some of the happiest music even Schubert ever wrote. This is pretty much unmissable.