Thursday
10 October

5pm
Marble Hall

OPENING CONCERT

Fauré Piano Trio

Brahms Trio No 1 in B, Op. 8

Bechstein Piano Trio

Priya Mitchell violin

Guy Johnston cello

Emmanuel Despax piano

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

7.30pm
Marble Hall

CELEBRATION CONCERT

Haydn Quartet in F sharp minor, Op. 50 No 4

Schoenberg Quartet in D

Webern Langsamer Satz

Mozart Quartet in D, KV 499 Hoffmeister

Consone Quartet

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£38 front stalls, £19 rear stalls

Launching the Radio 3 New Generation Artists’ 25th Anniversary Season

Friday
11 October

5pm
Marble Hall

Handel Through the Ages

Handel Violin Sonata No 2 in G minor

Bach Gamba Sonata No 2 in D

Beethoven Variations for Cello and Piano on See the conqu’ring hero comes from Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus

Handel/Beethoven/Hendrix Judas ‘Wild Thing’ Maccabeus arr. by Simon Parkin (1685 – 2024) world première. Co-commission with the Handel Hendrix House.

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

To book multiple Combined Jazz Parts 1 & 2 tickets, ie more than two, please contact lucy@hatfieldhousemusicfestival.org.uk

7.30pm
Marble Hall

Taking off from Dowland – Jazz Concert Part 1

Gwilym Simcock jazz piano

Maggie Cole harpsichord

Magnus Johnston violin

Guy Johnston cello

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

9pm
Marble Hall

Free Fall – Jazz Concert Part 2

Gwilym Simcock jazz piano

Emma Rawicz saxophone

Emma and Gwilym will be performing music from their upcoming duo release on the prestigious ACT label, including original works and arrangements of a variety of other music from the Great American Songbook to Stevie Wonder! Their collaboration has been a cross-generation revelation, but possibly a predictable success – given they both had a similar significant classical and jazz training at the prestigious Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and Royal Academy of Music in London. Their love of engaging, energetic and joyful music is evident throughout this set, and the intimate chamber concert is a perfect setting for this very special project to be heard!

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

To book multiple Combined Jazz Parts 1 & 2 tickets, ie more than two, please contact lucy@hatfieldhousemusicfestival.org.uk

Saturday
12 October

10.30am
St Etheldreda’s Church

Family Performance of Evergreen

Merryweather Theatre

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£12 adults, £5 4 – 18 year olds Unreserved seating

An interactive folk musical written and performed by Greg Link & Gennie Joy around themes of friendship, kindness and community ‘Magical, fun, thoughtful’

Midday
Marble Hall

Purcell School Showcase

Beethoven Piano Trio in D Op. 70 No 1 Ghost

Mozart String Quartet in Bb KV 458 The Hunt

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£12 adults, £5 4 – 18 year olds

1.30pm – 4.30pm
St Etheldreda’s Church

Come and Sing the Centuries

with Festival performer Harry Bradford Director of Recordare

Works to include Passtime with Good Company, The Lord’s Prayer by Sheppard and Crossing the Bar by Parry

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£15 per singing participant

5pm
Marble Hall

First Chance to Hear…

Countess of Munster Recital Scheme Artist: Victor Moslov piano

Fast gaining an international reputation as a rising star of the future, Victor will perform a recital inspired by the passionate music of Romantic composers.

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

For full details please see the Festival website.

7.30pm
Marble Hall

Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective

Mozart Oboe Quartet

Dora Pejačević Piano Quartet in D minor Op. 25

Schumann 3 Romances for oboe and piano

Dvořák Piano Quartet No 2 in E flat

Armand Djikoloum oboe

Elena Urioste violin

Rosalind Ventris viola

Guy Johnston cello

Tom Poster piano

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£38 front stalls, £19 rear stalls

Sunday
13 October

Midday
Marble Hall

Songs through Time

Cornysh Ave Maria Mater Dei

Cornysh Ah Robin

Henry VIII Passtime with good Company

Sheppard Lord’s Prayer

Byrd O Lord, Make thy Servant

Weelkes As Vesta Was

Tomkins O God the Proud

Gibbons Nunc Dimittis

Gibbons O Clap your Hands

Stanford Justorum Animae

Elgar There is Sweet Music

Parry Crossing the Bar

Philip Moore Evening Prayers of Dietrich Boenhoffer

Imogen Holst A Hymne to Christ

Britten Ballad Green Broom

Harry Bradford arr. Pure Imagination

Recordare

Harry Bradford conductor

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£27 front stalls, £16 rear stalls

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1.30pm
Marble Hall

Pierrot Unmasked

Stephen Johnson and Paul Hoskins explore the moonstruck musical world of Pierrot Lunaire with Claire Booth and Purcell School students. £5

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£5

3pm
St Etheldreda’s Church

Young Musicians’ Platform

See the best of Hertfordshire’s young musicians performing solos, chamber music, and in larger ensembles.

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£5 adults, 4-18 year olds free Unreserved seating

5pm
Marble Hall

Festival Finale

Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire

Schubert String Quintet in C

Claire Booth soprano

Ensemble 360

Juliette Bausor flute

Robert Plane clarinet

Benjamin Nabarro violin

Gemma Rosefield cello

Tim Horton piano

Magnus Johnston violin

Max Baillie violin

Brett Dean viola

Guy Johnston cello

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£38 front stalls, £19 rear stalls

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Patron — HRH The Duchess of Kent
Artistic Director — Guy Johnston

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