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Come and Sing

Saturday 8th April, 10am

Come and sing a wonderful selection of repertoire by British composers, with a Coronation theme.    The day starts at 10am with rehearsals until 1pm.  An informal performance will be given at 2pm.

Details and booking via catherine.sandbrook@endellionfestivals.org.uk or phone 07730 420385

Chamber Concert: Beethoven, Fanny Mendelssohn, Beach

Easter Sunday 9 April 2023, 7.30pm

Our opening concert of the 2023 Festival explores the beauty of Beethoven, Copland, Fanny Mendelssohn and Beach.

Lunchtime Literature Prom at St Kew

Tuesday 11th April 2023 at 1.15pm

Highly-acclaimed, Cornwall-based authors Philip Marsden & Wyl Menmuir discuss Menmuir's new book, "The Draw of the Sea".

Presented in collaboration with Endelienta and The North Cornwall Book Festival

Chamber Concert: Beethoven, Ravel, Rachmaninov

Tuesday 11 April 2023, 7.30pm

A evening of chamber music featuring works by Beethoven, Ravel, Rachmaninov – and also celebrating the music of Madeleine Dring (1923-1977) in this, her centenary year.  

Candlelit Songs of Love & Longing

Tuesday 11th April at 10.15pm

A magical evening with rising stars soprano Camilla Harris and pianist Natalie Burch as they perform music by Liszt, Rachmaninov, and Strauss.

Choral & Orchestral: CPE Bach Magnificat

Wednesday 12 April 2023, 7.30pm

This uplifting concert of choral and orchestral music features works by Handel, John Tavener and John Ireland as well as an Easter Festival commission from young composer Rhiannon Randle. Rounding off the evening is CPE Bach's exhilarating setting of the Magnificat

Lunchtime Prom at St Kew with Rowan Williams

Thursday 13th April at 1.15pm

Former Archbishop of Canterbury and acclaimed poet Rowan Williams and bestselling author Patrick Gale explore the theme "Nature, Grace and Imagination: Human Creativity in Action."

Tom Hickox by Candlelight

Thursday 13th April at 10.15pm

Singer-songwriter Tom Hickox takes the stage and performs songs from his critically-acclaimed albums "War, Peace and Diplomacy" and "Monsters in the Deep" along with some new, never-before-heard material.

The Dream of Gerontius

Friday 14 April 2023 7.30pm
Sunday 16 April 2023 6.30pm

Featuring the full Festival Orchestra, Festival Chorus and Festival Director Katy Thomson as the Angel, Edward Elgar's magnificent masterpiece The Dream of Gerontius is widely regarded as one of the greatest pieces ever written for chorus and orchestra and in his own words, "This is the best of me".

Orchestral Concert: Mozart, Sibelius

Saturday 15 April 2023, 7.30pm

Stunning orchestral music by Peter Maxwell Davies, Mozart and Sibelius, conducted by rising star and festival favourite Adam Hickox.