A week-long celebration of British music in the British countryside

Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Britten – and the rest!

 

 
 

“A feast of glorious music – highly addictive!”

… performed by the Elias Quartet and eleven other international artists

The Elias String Quartet

 

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

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

2017’s Ensemble for Beethoven in the Borders

 

“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.”

Music of Britain – a week of the best of british

After Beethoven in the Borders (“You could fairly call it an intense experience… the concerts were packed out, and the performances stunning” – Music Critic Michael White),  a Fantasia of British music has been fashioned for next May by the inclusion of no less than seventeen composers, three of them women.

The six-day festival includes works from Dowland to the present day, with particular contributions in the WW1 centenary year from Elgar and Vaughan Williams. There’s a nod too in one of the concerts to the British folk music tradition from which such composers drew inspiration.

Now in its sixth year, Whittington Music Festival again attracts fifteen world-class musicians, including the Elias Quartet.

Whittington Music Festival is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation No 1168989

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