Formed in 2017, the Whiteknights Ensemble is a chamber group comprising musicians from local orchestras, including the Reading Symphony and the Aldworth Philharmonic.

The ensemble is based in Earley, Reading, and takes its name from Whiteknights Park, the manorial land of the De Erleigh family, now the campus of the University of Reading.






Saturday 21 July, 7.30pm
Peckover Hall, Leighton Park School, Reading. RG2 7DG

We are looking forward to presenting our next concert, in aid of the charity Peapods, which provides support to families with physically disabled children.


Janáček - Three Moravian Dances

Kummer – Rondo in F major

Arnold – Divertimento

Bozza – Trois Pièces

Mozart – Andante for a Musical Clock

Ibert – Cinq Pièces en Trio

Jacob – Four Old Tunes


Tickets £5.



Saturday 17 November, 7.30pm
St Paul's Church, Reading Road, Wokingham. RG41 1EH

A programme of wind quintets by Haas, Ibert and others.


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Previous Concerts

Thank you to everyone who supported the Whiteknights Ensemble's concert in November 2017 - an evening of music for wind quintet by Mozart, Ligeti, Cambini, Nielsen and Patterson. All proceeds from this event have been sent to local charity, Rosie’s Rainbow Fund, which supports sick and disabled children through art and music therapy. We are very proud to have raised over £650, and thank our amazing audience for their generosity.







To keep in touch, contact: info@whiteknightsensemble.org.uk





Ensemble members are:

Debbie King, flute
Gaenor Burchett-Vass, oboe
Sarah Barrett, clarinet
Magnus Westerberg, horn
David Pether, bassoon