Five day classical music festival with lunchtime and evening concerts.
Internationally recognised musicians will contribute to Bridgnorth’s 26th annual English Haydn Festival. They include the celebrated oboe player Mark Baigent, the brilliant forte-pianist & conductor Steven Devine, violoncellist Pavel Serbin, flute virtuoso Eva Cabellero, and renown violinist & leader of the Festival orchestra Simon Standage.
This year’s theme focuses on Haydn’s Friends, Patrons & Colleagues with orchestral performances of his symphonies, an oboe concerto and violin concerto, and quartets by his friends Mozart, Beethoven, Dittesdorf, Vanhal , and other eighteenth century composers, performed by the Consone & Salomon Quartets.
Haydn’s appreciation and study of music commenced as a choirboy at St Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna. His creative composing started during his late teenage years after studying the works of C.P.E. Bach whilst employed briefly at Baron Furnberg’s court in Vienna from 1754 to 1756.
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A big favourite for many, the evenings are sure to get you singing along and getting those feet tapping during our party on the platform! Join the Kalamazoo Band as they perform a selection of patriotic flag waving numbers which you know you can’t resist…
Join us for a night of live music at Kidderminster Station that is sure to go out with a bang…an air-raid is looming!
Real ale will be served in the King & Castle, with hot food available from the Refreshment Room. Seating is limited for the Big Band Show, so we would suggest you bring your own chairs for the evening.
The show begins at 7.30pm on both evenings. These shows are ticketed events. You will need to purchase wristbands if you wish to attend (daytime travel tickets not valid). Limited seating is available, on a first come first served basis.