Classical music

The South of England and East Anglia offers some of the best Classical music.


Music for a Summer Evening

27/07/2019 @ St Martin’s Church, IP24 1QD

As part of the Thompson Village Heritage Celebrations we are holding a concert of music for a summer evening featuring Diss Guitar Ensemble, Archangel (a Capella men’s voices) & Karen Harries Allen (mezzo soprano).  All proceeds will go the St Martin’s Restoration Fund. Tickets only £15 each to include wine & food during the interval. […]

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with the Amatis Piano Trio

27/07/2019 @ Corn Exchange

Renowned for its versatility and high standards, the RPO returns to King’s Lynn for a rousing conclusion to the 69th annual festival, performing with the outstanding Amatis Piano Trio. Conductor Jamie Phillips Mozart Overture Magic Flute Beethoven Triple Concerto Brahms Symphony No.2 TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FROM TUES 23 APRIL

Music for a Summer Evening

27/07/2019 @ St Martin\\\’s Church, Thompson IP24 1QD

Music for a Summer Evening featuring: Diss Guitar Ensemble Archangel a Capella men’s voices Karen Harries mezzo soprano Tickets £15 to include food & drink in the interval. Plenty of parking & posh loos on site! We can accept payment by: CASH             delivered to Katharine at College Farm, College Farm Lane, Thompson IP24 1QG […]

Live Jazz Trio

02/08/2019 @ Bolney Wine Estate

Summer is officially here! Come to our wine bar and enjoy a glass of Bolney wine on our balcony, overlooking the vineyard, whilst enjoying the sweet sound of Josephine Warren singing as part of a jazz trio. Our kitchen will be offering a range of delicious food for the evening. Our small plate selection will […]

Oxford Proms – Maki Sekiya with Oxford Proms Orchestra

15/08/2019 @ University Church of St Mary the Virgin

Overture Cariolan Op 62 Beethoven Romance in F Op 40 for violin & orchestra Beethoven 5 Bagatelles for Clarinet & Strings Finzi Piano Concerto No 2 in F major Op 102 Shostakovich Maki Sekiya – piano Catriona Scott – clarinet Edmund Jones – violin Catherine Underwood-conductor The main work in our programme is the Piano […]

Martin Roscoe plays Shostakovich Piano Concerto no 2

21/09/2019 @ Ely Cathedral

Ely Sinfonia celebrates its twentieth anniversary concert with MARTIN ROSCOE plays Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto no 2 in Ely Cathedral Saturday September 21st 2019 7.30pm Mozart Symphony No 29 Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2 Beethoven Symphony No 7   with Martin Roscoe, piano Ely Sinfonia Conductor:         Steve Bingham   Ely Sinfonia celebrates its 20th anniversary with […]

Britten Sinfonia: At Lunch One

01/10/2019 @ West Road Concert Hall

Mahan Esfahani harpsichord   Programme: CPE Bach Quartet in A minor De Falla Harpsichord Concerto Laurence Osborn New work (world premiere tour) Strauss Suite from Capriccio   Celebrated harpsichordist and regular collaborator with Britten Sinfonia Mahan Esfahani joins principal players in the first concert of Britten Sinfonia’s annual At Lunch series. The centrepiece of the […]

Britten Sinfonia: At Lunch One

04/10/2019 @ St Andrew’s & Blackfiars Halls

Mahan Esfahani harpsichord   Programme: CPE Bach Quartet in A minor De Falla Harpsichord Concerto Laurence Osborn New work (world premiere tour) Strauss Suite from Capriccio   Celebrated harpsichordist and regular collaborator with Britten Sinfonia Mahan Esfahani joins principal players in the first concert of Britten Sinfonia’s annual At Lunch series. The centrepiece of the […]

Britten Sinfonia: Steve Reich/Gerhard Richter

24/10/2019 @ Saffron Hall

Colin Currie conductor   Programme: Steve Reich Runner Steve Reich/Gerhard Richter Reich/Richter (European premiere)   Steve Reich and Gerhard Richter – two giants of contemporary culture – come together in a major new collaboration. Together with Britten Sinfonia they’ve combined original music and digital visuals, algorithmically derived from Richter’s painting “946-3”, to create an artwork […]

Britten Sinfonia: Eight Seasons

25/10/2019 @ Norwich Theatre Royal

Thomas Gould violin/director   A dazzling evening of Baroque music that grooves and Argentinian tangos flushed with 18th-century flair: Britten Sinfonia and Thomas Gould offer an effervescent concert that juxtaposes Vivaldi’s radiant Le Quattro Stagioni (The Four Seasons) with Astor Piazzolla’s sultry Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires).   Programme: Vivaldi The Four Seasons Piazzolla […]