Fri 30 April – Surrey Hills Walk & Lunchtime Pilgrims’ Concert
Amy Thompson & Emma Westley, bassoon duo at the church of St Martha-on-the-Hill, Chilworth
Thurs 6 May – Bright Apollo’s Lute
Paula Chateauneuf, lute & theorbo, in the Stone Hall at West Horsley Place
Including works by John Dowland, Robert Johnson, Alessandro Piccinini and Jean-Baptiste Lully
Sat 8 May – The Best of The Tallis Scholars
The Tallis Scholars at Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Including works by Allegri, Tallis, Byrd, Arvo Part and Nico Muhly
Thurs 13 May – Chorales & Dances
Wu Qian & Juho Pohjonen, piano duo, at Holy Trinity Church, Bramley
Including works by Mendelssohn, Bach/Kurtag, Barber and Dvorak
Sat 15 May – Festival Finale
Jess Gillam, saxophone, Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin, & Friends at Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Including works from Jess Gillam’s latest best-selling album ‘Time’, and a performance led by Alexander Sitkovetsky of Piazzolla’s Four Seasons
We are focusing our 2021 season on chamber performances in light and airy venues which are already well-practiced in Covid safety measures.
We are planning two separate performances on each date (with a break in between for venue cleaning) of a slightly shortened, no-interval programme, in order that as many people as possible have the chance to experience the wonderful artists we have in store. Should limits be eased in the intervening months, we will review arrangements and hope to open ticket sales up to larger numbers.
Details of all Covid safety measures will be issued to ticket-holders shortly before each concert date.
Surrey Hills International Music Festival is a Registered Charity No. 1171264, 2020 season supported by Investec