Percy Parrot’s Musical Sea Adventures

Percy Parrot’s Musical Sea Adventures

Saturday 19 September 2015, 11.30am, St Thomas Church, Lymington. Children’s musical workshop with Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment members Katherine Spencer and Jo Parker as well as the A-Sharp Trio – Aviva (11), Amos (13) and Anoushka Sharp (15) – fresh from their Royal Festival Hall debut!

The World of Song

The World of Song

Saturday 19 September 2015, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington. An evening of Lieder and opera arias with Mary Bevan and Ben Johnson.

Sunday Sonatas

Sunday Sonatas

Sunday 20 September 2015, 4pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington. Sam Haywood will conclude the festival with a piano recital.

A Royal Progress

A Royal Progress

Thursday 11 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington

Four centuries of choral and organ music for monarchs including Zadok the Priest and anthems composed for Kate and William.

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Schubert’s Final Year

Schubert’s Final Year

Friday 12 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington

The Endellion Quartet, cellist Damien Ventula and pianist Sam Haywood perform two of Schubert’s best-loved masterpieces completed in his final year, aged 31.

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Kai Hoffman Quartet

Kai Hoffman Quartet

Friday 12 September 2014, 9.30pm, Stanwell House Hotel, Lymington

Ronnie Scott’s resident jazz singer Kai Hoffman, with her own unique brand of jazz & cabaret-style entertaining, is back by popular demand!

There is no charge for this event but donations on the evening welcome. For dinner reservations call 0844 7046820.

Painting to Music

Painting to Music

Saturday 13 September, 1.15pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington

A special event for all the family with artist Ashley Davies and clarinettist Katherine Spencer who regularly present workshops at the Courthauld Institute in London.

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Songs of Innocence and Experience

Songs of Innocence and Experience

Saturday 13 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington

A glorious selection of early and late works by Beethoven and Brahms performed by the Endellion Quartet, clarinettist Katherine Spencer, pianist Sam Haywood and cellist Damien Ventula.

The concert will also feature a commission by the eight-year old prodigy Alma Deutscher.

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