Southwell Choral Society

Admission Free

In a first for the Festival, the town’s principal amateur choir presents a selection of choral music in what will be an exciting community event.

No advance booking or tickets. Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

In aid of Southwell & District Live at Home Scheme, which offers services and support to help older people maintain independence and lead active and fulfilled lives, while offering opportunities for companionship, trusted support, and advice when you need it.

Opera Gala

Photo: Dick Makin Imaging

Admission Free

Following the inaugural Opera Gala at last year’s Fringe, Festival soloists will return to sing highlights from the operatic repertoire.

No advance booking or tickets. Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

In aid of Southwell & District Live at Home Scheme, which offers services and support to help older people maintain independence and lead active and fulfilled lives, while offering opportunities for companionship, trusted support, and advice when you need it.

Round the Horn

Admission Free

Local horn player and regular member of the Festival Sinfonia, Robert Parker, leads a celebration of French Horn repertoire, with an ensemble of talented young horn players. The programme will also include the WORLD PREMIERE of the Horn Sonata by Lowdham composer David Machell, specially composed for Robert and pianist Antony Clare.

No advance booking or tickets. Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

Sponsored by Correct Hearing

In aid of Southwell & District Live at Home Scheme, which offers services and support to help older people maintain independence and lead active and fulfilled lives, while offering opportunities for companionship, trusted support, and advice when you need it.

Brass on the Grass

Admission Free

We welcome the return of this accomplished and entertaining ensemble who have performed in the garden for us before. Who can forget the spectacular 2017 concert with blazing sunshine, glorious brass ensemble playing, and an audience of 450?

No advance booking or tickets. Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

In aid of Southwell & District Live at Home Scheme, which offers services and support to help older people maintain independence and lead active and fulfilled lives, while offering opportunities for companionship, trusted support, and advice when you need it.

Duo Serendipity: Music for Flute and Clarinet

Admission Free

Hannah Cresswell and Aimee Walton (a former Minster School student) are young professional musicians fast making a reputation for themselves through their duet recitals around the Midlands. They will explore the interesting repertoire written for these two instruments.

No advance booking or tickets. Where necessary, entry will be subject to availability.

In aid of Southwell & District Live at Home Scheme, which offers services and support to help older people maintain independence and lead active and fulfilled lives, while offering opportunities for companionship, trusted support, and advice when you need it.