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LEWES FESTIVAL OF SONG
Patron: Mark Padmore
Welcome to our song festival, a celebration of art-song which takes place in St. Anne’s Church in Lewes every July.
inspiring performers ~ beautiful music ~ thought-provoking programmes
OUR 2022 FESTIVAL PRESENTS FIVE LUNCHTIME AND EVENING RECITALS, BEGINNING ON FRIDAY 1ST AND ENDING ON SUNDAY 3RD JULY
Themes that have emerged this year reflect on our fragility, on childhood, and on war. We hope you will be drawn to come and listen to this marvellous music, performed by inspiring musicians.
MONDAY 27TH JUNE 4PM TO 7PM
In the week before the festival, our patron Mark Padmore is giving a masterclass for pianists, working on one of the finest romantic song-cycles.
Two Masters students on the Collaborative Piano Course at the Royal College of Music will work in depth on Schumann’s Dichterliebe.
Festival Pass for all five concerts £75: students £37
Mark Padmore's masterclass: adults £10: students free
Evening concerts £20:
Saturday lunchtime concert: £15 - For this concert, adults bringing a child pay only £10
Sunday lunchtime concert £15
For all concerts students are half price: under16's free
Well done on putting on yet another truly fantastic festival, beautifully planned and full of very special moments.
Gorgeous programming, as usual - thought-provoking, mind-expanding, lovely!
The programming & the performances are very special.
The best ever song festival – so many talents and so much inspiring music on display. It was all world class, but if I had to choose a favourite from the whole thing it would be my personal love of the emotional Finzi settings of Hardy in James Newby’s wonderfully varied and insightful evening – what a talent! Or Alison Rose’s “Illuminations” – another favourite piece but in a spectacular performance with the Corelli – and wasn’t the tenor good! You should be very proud and pleased to bring all this to Lewes.
What a treat yesterday’s lunchtime concert was. I can’t thank you enough. Fabulous repertoire – most of which I didn’t know – beautifully played and sung.
What a huge success I thought the Festival was. Really interesting programmes and such well-chosen, brilliant young players. It was all delightful and last night’s ‘Illuminations’ was absolutely electrifying.