Born in England 1862
Lived & worked in Florida, Germany, Norway & France
Died in France 1934
Buried in England 1935
Fritz Theodor Albert Delius was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, on 29 January 1862 to parents who had come to England from Bielefeld, Germany. Julius, his father, was a prosperous businessman in one of Yorkshire’s great Victorian industries, wool. The home was a musically cultured one, and, as a boy, Fritz learned to play both violin and piano proficiently before he reached his teens. After attending Bradford Grammar School (1874-8), he spent two years studying at the International College near London, and then some apprentice years in his father’s business.
Please note that this event is postponed until 2022 - more details will be posted in due course.
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with Professor Raymond Holden AMEmeritus Professor of Music, Royal Academy of Music, London Filmed at The Royal Academy of Music, London A transcendental and charismatic artist, Sir John Barbirolli did much to shape the performance environment of his age. Having famously saved Manchester’s Hallé Orchestra from near extinction during the darkest days of the Second […]
British Oboe Quintets CHAN 20226 September 2021 BaxQuintet for Oboe and String Quartet FinziInterlude for Oboe and String Quartet Vaughan WilliamsSix Studies in English Folksong for Cello and PianoArranged c.1983 for Cor anglais and String Quartet by Robert Stanton BlissQuintet for Oboe and String Quartet DeliusTwo Interludes from ‘Fennimore and Gerda’Arranged 1977 for Oboe and […]
July 2022 (date tbc): Delius: Margot la Rouge / Puccini: Le Villi (double-bill)postponed from 2020 season (due to Covid-19) Supported by the Delius Trust Further information will be posted in due coursehttps://www.operahollandpark.com
Vice President Sir Mark Elder will be the Society’s special guest as we open for our Autumn/Winter live events’ season. He will be in conversation with Professor Raymond Holden at the National Liberal Club on Monday 29 November 2021, see Events page for details. Visit the Membership page to join the Society and gain admittance […]