Shaldon Music Festival


Wednesday 19th – Saturday 22nd June 2024

Join us for four days of wonderful music in a stunning setting.

All concerts are held in St Peter’s Church, Bridge Road, Shaldon TQ14 0DB
Tickets go on general sale on 1st April 2024
All seats £20, students £5, children accompanied by an adult ticket holder free.

Doors open 6.30pm. There is a pre-concert bar in the adjoining Victoria Hall.
Concerts start promptly at 7.30pm and end no later than 9.30pm.

Shaldon Festival is a non-profit making charity run entirely by volunteers. Our annual festival brings world-class musicians and rising stars of the future to our village to perform classical and contemporary music. If you would like to support us by becoming a Friend or sponsor and enjoy benefits which include a priority booking period with no booking fee and an exclusive Recital and reception, visit our website

7.30pm Wednesday 19th June
Alis Huws, harp (official Royal Harpist)
Carys Gittins, flute
A selection of music journeying through 20th Century into the 21st from composers including Ian Clarke, Jacques Ibert, Claude Debussy and Lily Boulanger

7.30pm Thursday 20th June
Trio Sōra
BRAHMS : Trio for Horn, Violin and Piano op.40
Transcribed by Brahms for Violin, Cello and Piano
HAYDN: Piano Trio No.39 ‘Gypsy’
BRAHMS: Piano Trio No.1 Op.8

7.30pm Friday 21st June
An eclectic programme of music from across the globe from this exciting, multi instrumentalist, world-folk fusion quartet founded in Manchester.

7.30pm Saturday 22nd June
James Pearson, Artistic Director of Ronnie Scott’s, on piano and Lizzie Ball, violin/vocals
‘Encounters with Gershwin’
A musical and storytelling exploration of the relationships and fascinating encounters between Gershwin and his contemporaries – including Aaron Copland, Astor Piazzolla and Leonard Bernstein.

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