Thaxted Festival 2017 - 4th Weekend
Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Thursday 13 July, 7pm. Read more >
Featuring Thaxted Primary School. Joseph was the first musical by Rice and Lloyd Webber to be publicly performed (in 1968). Enormously popular ever since, it gives musical life to the story of Joseph and his ‘coat of many colours’ in the Book of Genesis.
Jennifer Pike (Violin ) / Jeremy Pike (Piano) - Friday 14 July, 8pm. Read more >
The programme includes Mozart: Sonata KV301 in G major; Szymanowski: Violin Sonata Op 9; Wieniawski: Fantasie brillante sur Faust Op 20.
Colin Baldy (Baritone) / Gulliver Ralston (Piano) - Saturday 15 July, 7.30pm. Read more >
Noël Coward Songs & Sketches. Colin Baldy’s and Gulliver Ralston’s tribute is built on a winning selection of songs and sketches by Coward and his friends. They are a unique double act; their musical skills, combined with comic talent, have captivated audiences far and wide.
Tenebrae - Sunday 16 July, 7.30pm. Read more >
Bruckner and Brahms Motets. Our programme this evening will include around fifteen of these masterpieces of the sacred music of the 19th century. Tenebrae, directed by Nigel Short, is one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles, renowned for its passion and precision. They gave the Thaxted Festival’s closing concert in 2015, a highlight which sold out.
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