Music Festivals


This page lists music festivals that may be of interest to recorder players.

See also

The Rest Is Noise

The Rest is Noise is a year-long festival at Southbank Centre. It is inspired by Alex Ross’ book of the same name.
The festival looks at the ideas and individuals that shaped 20th-century music. There are 100 concerts, 150 talks and films and 12 immersive weekends.
The first weekend launches in January looking at 1900 – 1914
For more information see the website.

Brighton Early Music Festival

Friday 25th October – Sunday 10th November 2013
‘arguably the best showcase of early music in the country’ Classical Music Magazine

Festival Overview Listing

Our Festival theme for 2013 is PASSION in all its guises and moods
22 events in some of Brighton’s most stunning buildings, including:
Early Music Club Night – a chance to try out a variety of performers in an informal setting
Tallis Spem in Alium
Red Priest
Chamber music by Haydn and Beethoven
A new music-drama exploring the extraordinary life of Carlo Gesualdo
Emma Kirkby & Jacob Heringman
Bach’s St John Passion
For a brochure visit or call 01273 833746
Season tickets, bulk discounts and group booking discounts are also available.

Royal Greenwich Early Music Festival and Exhibition

Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London SE10 9NN
Thursday 7th – Saturday 9th November 2013
Includes concerts by Charlotte Barbour-Condini, Michala Petri and David Belugi, and the finals of the Moeck UK/Society of Recorder Players Solo Recorder Playing Competition.
Details on the Festival Website

Last updated September 13, 2013