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English Music Festival presents:

English Music Festival Gala Concert

9th March 2024 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Doors open: 7:00pm

In person

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 English Music Festival Gala Concert

Cellist Raphael Wallfisch, American tenor Brian Thorsett, violinist Rupert Marshall-Luck and pianist Michael Dussek present a very special evening of music by leading British composers, to raise vital funds for the acclaimed English Music Festival.

The English Music Festival was founded in 2004 to celebrate the music of British composers throughout the centuries with a strong focus on the Golden Renaissance of English Music, the late-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. As well as commissioning new works from contemporary composers, the Festival is proud to have unearthed and presented the world premiere performances of numerous works by such illustrious composers as Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Holst, Britten and Delius.

Performances also include jazz, folk and medieval music and are complemented by a series of talks. Over recent years the Festival has expanded its reach from its home in Oxfordshire and now also holds events throughout the UK and overseas, including Australia, South Africa and Sweden.

Tickets include Prosecco or soft drinks and the opportunity to meet the evening’s artists in the convivial and relaxed surroundings of our historic venue. Please join us and show your support for this ground-breaking and internationally acclaimed Festival.

Frank Bridge | Cello Sonata, H.125
Elgar | Violin Sonata, Op.82

Purcell | Let us dance, let us sing
Purcell | Music for a While
Byrd | Kyrie and Gloria from Misa a 3 Voces
Arne | Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
Arne | Under the Greenwood Tree
Vaughan Williams | Two English Folksongs: Searching for Lambs, The Lawyer
Vaughan Williams |Goodbye! from Along the Field

 

Price

Standard £45

Access Information

Due to the age and Grade Il listing of the building, there is no lift access to rooms above the ground floor.

All the ground-floor rooms are fully accessible by wheelchair. Main Hall (street access, step-free), Brockway Room (street access, step-free), Bertrand Russell Room (street access, shallow ramp), Hive Cafe (street access, step-free), There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor opposite the Brockway Room.

If you have any questions regarding your access needs, please get in touch with our team and we will accommodate as best as we can. Get in touch: info@conwayhall.org.uk

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