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Surrey Bach Festival

Four days of early music, history, and natural beauty, set in the north Surrey countryside.

When

☀️Summer festival

📅Thu 11 July 2024Sun 14 July 2024

About

The Surrey Bach Festival is a brand-new early music festival, presenting a series of concerts and community events in the historic St Mary’s Church, Stoke D’Abernon. The festival welcomes high-level international artists to the picturesque Surrey countryside for a series of exciting concerts, and a selection of community events including an ever-popular Come and Sing Day. The concert selection provides something for everyone, covering many genres of music; a choral concert, a semi-staged opera, a harpsichord recital, and an orchestral concert, as well as two lunchtime showcase recitals given by local school-age musicians.

Tickets available by advance booking or on the door, with limited availability. Click here for tickets!

Concerts

The Queenes Chappell - BACH: Motets. Thursday 11th July, 19:30

Istante Opera - Blow: Venus + Adonis. Friday 12th July, 19:00

Steven Devine, harpsichord recital. Sunday 14th July, 13:00

Surrey Bach Festival Orchestra, directed by Steven Devine. Sunday 14th July, 19:30

Events

Young Artist Showcase - School-age musicians perform in two lunchtime concerts at the Surrey Bach Festival; free admission. Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July, 13:00

Come and Sing Day: Vivaldi + Bach - Come and learn Vivaldi’s Gloria and Bach’s Jesu Meine Freude with festival director Matthew Brown, including a free showcase performance. Saturday 13th July, 10:00 - 19:00

Concerts

Location

St Mary’s Church, Stoke D’Abernon

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