This year the Brodsky Quartet celebrates 40 years together. To make their anniversary concerts a little different, the players (violinists Daniel Rowland and ian Belton, violist Paul Cassidy and cellist Jacqueline Thomas) have devised a 'Wheel of Four Tunes' – a coloured wheel-chart featuring four lists of ten works each – forty altogether. The four items they play are decided by spinning the arrow on the wheel and seeing towards which work it points when it stops. This could be anything from Schubert, Beethoven or Brahms to Stravinsky, Webern or Australia's Peter Sculthorpe. The players introduce each item before they perform it, and then invite audience questions afterwards.