The thirtieth Beverley Chamber Music Festival will bring music to East Yorkshire next week. There will be a bumper anniversary programme bringing internationally acclaimed performers to the East Riding.
A gala of two-piano music will be presented by Martin Roscoe in his final concert as joint Co-Artistic Director with long-time collaborator Peter Donohoe – who played at the first-ever BCMF in 1993.
St Mary’s Church in Beverley celebrates its re-opening to visitors next month with a very special musical event.
From Monday, 17 May, subject to the Government’s roadmap, visitors will once again be able to step into the peaceful and spectacular medieval building, famed for its beautiful architecture and peaceful atmosphere.
New Paths Music has announced the programme for its fourth spring festival in Beverley, which runs 4th-7th April.
Almost thirty events take place across the four days in a packed programme of song, chamber music, talks, late-night events, a world premiere, performances for families and children and a recital on the Minster’s world-famous organ. Performers in this young festival include rising stars from the world of classical music alongside veteran international artists.