concert of new works by post-grad composers at the Royal Academy of Music
International chanteuse Clara Sanabras sings some of her Songs of Exile, followed by her version of Shakespeare’s Tempest with CHROMA and Vox Holloway Chamber Choir directed by Harvey Brough
Britten’s extraordinary take on the classic Henry James ghost tale
Candlelit evening of storytelling surrounded by Finnish music, folk and classical
A celebration of winter with a programme of early music featuring the oboe - to include Bach’s concerto for Oboe and Violin, and more from Purcell, Couperin and Marcello
Visionary programme for string quartet exploring darkness and light in music culminating with Schubert’s great String Quartet no.15 in G major
A concert to mark the Centenary of the Armistice with the Choir of Westminster Abbey
A crazy mix of music from the Jazz Age in 20s Paris. Music from Ravel, Poulenc, Copland, Gershwin, Josephine Baker and more.
Isouard’s charming and lyrical telling of Perrault’s much-loved fairy-tale, composed in 1810 for the Opéra-Comique Theatre in Paris
Vicktor Ullmann’s opera about the need for humans to respect death, written in the concentration camp at Terezin in 1943 as a satire of the Nazi regime.
We join director Bruno Ravella and conductor Thomas Blunt at Iford Festival