Our Baroquathon, to be held on Monday 1st May in the Lumby Room at the Elgar School, is a fundraising event; proceeds will be shared between Worcestershire Early Music and the Elgar School. Please come and enjoy our day between 9.00am and 9pm by singing, playing and listening to music composed before 1800. Go to Events; Baroqathon for more details.
Tickets for concerts and the ball are available from:
Worcester Live Box Office 01905 611427
or online from
Prices are as follows;
Friday 5th May: Da camera Trio…….£15 (under 18 free)
Saturday 6th May: The Songmen ……£15 (under 18 free)
Sunday 7th May: Gonzaga band ….£15 (under 18 free)
Saturday 13th May: Pride and Prejudice Ball …£20
The Cathedral Library Tour costs £5 and will be paid on arrival at the Cathedral Shop at 3pm on Friday 5th May
New links with Birmingham Conservatoire
We are pleased to announce a new joint venture with the Conservatoire for a lunchtime concert on Friday March 3rd in Old Saint Martin’s Church. We hope this will be the start of a fruitful and lasting relationship! Continue reading “Lunch time concert”
Our 2017 Festival leaflet has arrived from the printer – if you’d like a copy please email us with your full name and address including postcode
During our next festival (5 – 7 May 2017) we will be celebrating the lives of two composers; 2017 sees the 450th anniversary of Monteverdi’s birth as well as the 250th anniversary of Telemann’s death. Da Camera, The Songmen and the Gonzaga Band will be reflecting these anniversaries in their programmes when they come to Worcester to perform in our festival.
Tickets are available now from Eventbrite
A new venture for 2017 in collaboration with The Elgar School of Music. A day of sponsored music making at the Elgar School of Music, consisting of performances of music composed before 1800. Continue reading “Mayday Baroquathon”
Sadly, after much thought and deliberation, we have decided for many reasons not to go ahead with the New Year Ball planned for January 14th .
However the 2017 festival in May is shaping up well, with an additional event to add to the three concerts on 5th, 6th and 7th May and the May Ball on Saturday May 13th. Continue reading “Looking ahead to 2017”
Our outreach projects have drawn to a close after a successful summer in Redditch and Worcester City, and the prospect of a new venue for the continuation of the Hear My Voice Project is being developed throughout this month, with a view to being operational in September. Watch this space for information and reports on all our Outreach events! Continue reading “August 2016 Newsletter”
The Croome Four Seasons Project had its final showcase on Friday 24 June. 119 children from four schools, (year 4-5), took part in the project and College Hall was packed for the event by parents from all four schools. Continue reading “Croome Four Seasons Project final report”