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From 27-29th February 2020 at The Leatherhead Theatre, Godalming Operatic Society is thrilled to present their production of 'Ruddigore’ by Gilbert & Sullivan. Accompanied by their superb 23 piece professional orchestra.Find out more »
@southernpromus will return to @GLive with #FamilyClassics on Sun 1 Mar. There’ll be free hands-on workshops & an exciting family orchestral concert to follow.Find out more »
Sat.14th March at 7pm: Guildford Chamber Choir celebrates its 40th Anniversary year with Bach’s magnificent St Matthew Passion in Holy Trinity Church GU1 3RR.Find out more »
BBC Young Musician 2018 Strings Finalist Will Dureden gives double bass recital at Farnham Methodist Sat 14 March tilbach.org.uk Tickets £15 in advance or £17.50 on door 01252 613130Find out more »
If you loved Mass in Blue with our wonderful tango dancers, then come along to African Sanctus, where we'll be joined by the amazing dancers from Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre CompanyFind out more »
A feast of sumptuous music written by England's most noble composer at the height of his creative powers; this is a choral night that is not to be missed.Find out more »
The Waverley Singers and Brandenburg Baroque Soloists under the direction of Richard Pearce present JS Bach's great Mass in B minorFind out more »
Join Cranleigh Choral Society at their ‘Baroque Celebrations’Find out more »
Celebrating Beethoven's 250th! Poet Ruth Padel reads from her new collection inspired by the life of Beethoven and Wu Qian performs on a 1790s piano once played by the great composer himself!Find out more »
28 March 2020 at St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham. 7.30pm Handel, Brahms, Haydn, Mozart and Matthews. Soloist: Laura Van der Heijden.Find out more »
The concert on 4th April 2020 - Mozart Requiem, one of the world's best loved works, with 4 soloists and orchestra.
Musical Director Sam Hayes will also conduct the mystery work of Beethoven's only Oratorio, with International Opera Singer, John Viera taking the part of Peter. The work was composed in 1802 and presents a human and touching portrayal of Christ, with beautiful arias and full blooded choruses. The concert ends with Mascagni's great Easter Hymn from his opera Cavalliera Rusticana.
Discover the music and artists appearing in the 2020 Investec International Music Festival in a relaxed and convivial evening of musical conversation with musician, author and broadcaster Sandy Burnett!Find out more »
Virtuoso lute and theorbo player Paula Chateauneuf performs in the beautiful Stone Hall at West Horsley Place, in a programme which brings the house's Tudor past to life!Find out more »
Radiant works for cello and piano by Beethoven and Mendelssohn performed by acclaimed international cellist Gary Hoffman and Festival Director Wu QianFind out more »
The renowned Modigliani Quartet makes its festival debut performing Stravinsky, Debussy and Schubert in Denbies' starlit conservatory!Find out more »
Festival finale featuring the great English Chamber Orchestra with flautist Adam Walker and Royal Wedding soprano Elin Manahan Thomas - Elgar, Mozart, Purcell & SchubertFind out more »