Music – Classical

Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource pages. See links for the individual events below. These concerts will also be...
Free
JANACEK: String Quartet No.1 Kreutzer BEETHOVEN: Appassionata Sonata BRAHMS: Piano Quintet Named 2019 Royal Philharmonic Society Young Artist of the Year, the Castalian Quartet’s recent and forthcoming highlights include debut invitations to Carnegie Hall, Vienna Konzerthaus, Paris Philharmonie, Auditorium du...
£18
The principal players of The Hanover Band join orchestral students from the University of Chichester in a showcase concert including Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony. Conducted by Stephen Threlfall, former Head of Music at Chethams, the concert marks the culmination of an...
A truly unique artist playing the rare and wonderful “harp-guitar”. Classical/folk original. Actually, there will be two events on 26/06/2021 – one at lunchtime (13:00), and one in the evening (19:30 – 21:00). Moments of musical bliss. “Harp-guitars” are extremely...
£9.00
An evening concert with recorder virtuoso Piers Adams and Orbita Baroque Orchestra performing Telemann, Vivaldi concerti plus Bach’s famous Double Violin Concerto, featuring soloists Oxana Dodon and Julia Bishop, ending with Handel’s Fireworks Music. The orchestra, formed out of the...
£10
Ensemble Reza are well-known for their virtuoso and welcoming concerts and are regular performers at the Festival. To celebrate their return to performing live with an ‘in venue’ audience, Ensemble Reza have planned two great Russian masterpieces: Tchaikovsky Souvenir de...
£18
A full concert performance of the opera Acis and Galatea by G.F.Handel. Orbita Baroque combine with the University of Chichester Conservatoire to perform one of Handel’s best-loved opera, conducted by John Hancorn. The music critic Stanley Sadie considered Acis and...
£10
Rising star Russian pianist Elena Toponogova returns to Chichester with a delightful programme of Russian Romantic music. Elena is a graduate of the Moscow State Conservatoire and a prize-winner in international competitions in Italy and the US. Her programme includes...
Works for cello and piano by three of the most profoundly romantic composers of the 19th century. Cellist Pavlos Carvalho, chamber musician with Ensemble Reza and soloist with orchestras including The Covent Garden Chamber orchestra and Royal Philharmonic, joins with...
£12
Bach. Pure, cathartic, reflective, fantasy and adventure. The solo cello suites. The beauty and perpetual sense of discovery that these solo cello suites bring with every performance have never ceased to capture the imagination of performers and listener throughout the...
£10
Dame Penelope Keith reads from Keats’ Immortal Odes to mark the bicentenary year of the death of John Keats in this celebration of poetry and music. Plus stimulating new poetry read by Vicki Feaver and South Downs poets and music...
£10
Martin Smith returns to the Festival of Chichester accompanied by the very talented Christopher Johnston for a Euphonium recital. Martin has performed all over the UK and abroad performing to packed houses from St Martin-in-the-Fields to the Town Hall in...
£10
We have developed an impressive reputation as a centre for musical excellence – music for all is our guiding philosophy and it can be heard throughout the School from dawn until dusk. Our termly concerts provide a wonderful opportunity for...
Acclaimed international pianist Young-Choon Park returns to the Festival of Chichester with two masterworks including Schubert Sonata No. 19 in C minor and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata.  Young-Choon Park has given concerts all over the world from the Esterhazy Palace to...
The Luc Family returns! Celebrate with Imy, Maria and Kenji for their first live concert since the pandemic started. Enjoy an uplifting mix of piano and cello pieces from Schubert, Brahms, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Poulenc with a few surprise arrangements..! Suitable...
£10
Programme: Orchestral suite no. 2 in B minor BWV 1067Canons from the Goldberg VariationsThe Art of Fugue Nos. 1 – 4Brandenberg Concerto No. 5 Marion Moonen flute, Nicolette Moonen violinOliver Webber violin, Anna Curzon violaKinga Gáborjáni cello, Silas Wollston harpsichord...
£18
Linda Kelsall-Barnett presents an evening of classical guitar music, exploring repertoire which includes 19th century works by Catharina Pratten, Matteo Carcassi and Guilio Regondi and more recent compostions by Dale Kavanagh and Roland Dyens. Suitable for all. Linda will be...
£10
Karelia Suite, Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) Symphony no. 8, Anton Dvorak (1841-1904) Conductor Simon Wilkins Leader Catherine Lawlor Suitable for adults and children Chichester Symphony Orchestra President Dame Patricia Routledge Patron Mr Charles Harrison Written at a time of nationalistic fervour,...
£14

MUSIC - CLASSICAL

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