Details of our week-long festival of Bohemian music coming soon…

Dvorak, Janacek, Suk – and the rest!



“A feast of glorious music – highly addictive!”

… with fifteen international musicians (to be announced)

Maria Wloszczowska, Simon Callaghan, Lea Hennino and James Barralet in 2018


I loved the whole thing – great atmosphere, fantastic players, good audience and great music.”

… several of whom have made regular appearances at our previous Festivals

2018’s Ensemble for Fantasia on a British theme


“I do not think the term ‘life-changing’ is inappropriate.”

… in St John the Baptist Whittington with its perfect acoustic and unimpeded sightlines

St John the Baptist Church Whittington in Springtime



“The programme was brilliant: please don’t dumb down!”

… including the now traditional ten-minute contribution from young Shropshire musicians

… each with their own specially arranged part according to ability



“The performance with the young people stole my heart.”

Czech mates – a week of Bohemian rhapsody

2018’s Fantasia of British music, ranging from Dowland to contemporary, with some unforgettable Scottish folk thrown in for good measure, is going to be a hard one to beat. Nonetheless, our seventh festival in May 2019, focussing on Dvorak and his compatriots, intends to do just that. 

As well as Dvorak, the six-day festival will feature works – both familiar and less well-known – by Smetana, Janacek and Suk among others. Keep an eye on this website as the programme begins to come together: (in the meantime, apologies for unavailable pages and out-of-date material).

Once again, Whittington Music Festival will attract fifteen world-class musicians, who will offer outreach events in the community as well as their six concerts.

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