Classical music

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


Richmond Orchestra present ‘Once upon a time…’

07/07/2019 @ Landmark Arts Centre

Richmond Orchestra brings another family-friendly concert to the Landmark with a Sunday afternoon of popular music inspired by fairy tales. Be enchanted by stories of magic and mystery. Meet Hansel and Gretel and Sleeping Beauty (and some darker characters) in their musical incarnation, a story-telling experience with a difference. Works include music by Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, […]

BBC Concert Orchestra

14/07/2019 @ Corn Exchange

Prices tba Songs for a Swingin’ Orchestra An inspiring musical experience for people of all ages, the BBC Concert Orchestra can be heard regularly on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night.  On BBC Radio 3 it searches out unusual and quirky classical masterpieces, profiling them in an entertaining way. Conductor Richard Balcombe, along with […]

Britten Sinfonia: At Lunch Four – Britten Sinfonia Academy

16/07/2019 @ West Road Concert Hall

The talented young musicians of Britten Sinfonia Academy take centre stage in this lunchtime concert. The programme will feature a new work for chamber orchestra and electronics by gifted young composer, Josephine Stephenson.

Sirinu: Sounding Space

16/07/2019 @ All Saints Church

Programme includes: John Dowland What poor astronomers are they Anon Sing aloud harmonious spheres Handel Total Eclipse of the Sun William Herschel The Echo Catch Sonata in G Francesco Landini Para la influenza di Saturn et Marta   Music from the middle ages to the present day inspired by space and the planets. Performed by an ensemble of early instruments and voices, […]

Britten Sinfonia: At Lunch Four – Britten Sinfonia Academy

18/07/2019 @ St Andrew’s Hall

The talented young musicians of Britten Sinfonia Academy take centre stage in this lunchtime concert. The programme will feature a new work for chamber orchestra and electronics by gifted young composer, Josephine Stephenson.

Endellion Quartet

18/07/2019 @ St George’s Guildhall (Arts Centre)

The Ruth Fermoy Musical Concert Programme includes: Haydn Quartet Op.74 No.3 Mozart Quartet K.421 Beethoven Quartet Op.127 The Endellion String Quartet, now in its 40th season, is renowned as one of the finest quartets in the world.  Their mastery of Beethoven’s quartets have been especially praised. TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FROM TUES 23 APRIL

Berkeley Ensemble

20/07/2019 @ St George’s Guildhall (Arts Centre)

World Premiere of Creation of the Universe by Tim Watts The Berkeley Ensemble aim to explore little-known twentieth and twenty-first century British chamber music, alongside a more established repertoire.  They bring this innovative and thought-proking programming to King’s Lynn where they will premiere Creation Of The Universe by Tim Watts. TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FROM TUES 23 […]

London Handel Players

20/07/2019 @ St Nicholas Chapel

Early Music Concert Programme: Telemann Concerto for Flute and Recorder in E minor TWV 52:e1 Vivaldi Concerto for violin and RV 544 Il Proteo o sia il mondo al rovescio Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D minor BWV 1043 William Herschel Symphony for strings in F minor Vivaldi Flute Concerto ll Gran Mogol in D minor RV 431a Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G […]

New Oxford Consort with members of London Handel Players

20/07/2019 @ St Nicholas Chapel

Programme includes: Anon Ave Maris Stella (plainchant) Bach Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh’ darein Palestrina – Viri Galilaei Byrd Viri Galilaei This programme explores the uses of astronomical symbolism in the Christian faith, and the ways in which imagery of the stars and the heavens inspired composers of the 15th and 16th centuries. TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FROM TUES 23 […]

Ruisi Quartet with Asher Zaccardelli (viola)

21/07/2019 @ Westacre Theatre

Programme includes: Mozart Quintet in G minor Dvorak Quintet in E flat Op.97 Concert followed by a light tea. TICKETS ON GENERAL SALE FROM TUES 23 APRIL