Sunday 16th June 3pm
Introducing a new event for 2024 – a free, afternoon family concert in the Victoria Hall, Bridge Road Shaldon.
‘Travelling by Tuba’ Round the World in 60 minutes
A fascinating voyage through the weird and wonderful world of the tuba. Discover instruments ancient and modern, Swiss Alpine Horns, Roman Cornu, Chinese dragon headed trumpets plus many more…..Music from classical to jazz, Africa to Hungary, plenty of audience participation. Watch out for a Can Can dancing tubist and an exploding tuba!! An unforgettable performance with something for everyone.
Wednesday 19th June 7.30pm St Peter’s Church, Shaldon
Alis Huws, harp and Carys Gittins, flute
Award winning flute and harp duo – Alis Huws (Official Royal Harpist) and Carys Gittins (National Eisteddfod Blue Ribband winner 2018) both originally from mid Wales have a growing reputation for engaging audiences of all ages. They have a strong belief in presenting contemporary music in an accessible way and always strive to demonstrate a different side to their instruments.
Thursday 20th June 7.30pm St Peter’s Church, Shaldon
We welcome back this multi award winning trio who performed here to great acclaim in 2019.
Unanimously acclaimed by the press (The Strad, les Echos, Gramophone, Deutschlandfunk Kultur….) this sought-after trio has performed on the most prestigious stages of Europe.
Friday 21st June 7.30pm St Peter’s Church, Shaldon
An exciting world-folk fusion quartet from Manchester. Kabantu unravel new marriages of music in a globalised 21st century. Kabantu means “of the people” stemming from the South African philosophy of Ubuntu: “I am who I am because of who we all are”.
Saturday 22nd June 7.30pm St Peter’s Church, Shaldon
James Pearson, Artistic Director of Ronnie Scott’s, on piano and Lizzie Ball, violin/vocals
‘Encounters with Gershwin:
A musical and storytelling exploration of the relationships and fascinating encounters between Gershwin and his contemporaries!
Lizzie Ball and James Pearson take you on a journey through the musical and personal encounters of some of the great musicians and composers of the 20th Century era, focusing on Gershwin as the central connecting figure.
Booking information (venue, car parking, terms and conditions) can be found here
Tickets on general sale from 1st April 2024. Priority booking for Friends available from 1st March 2024.
Book tickets online 24/7. You can do this by using the form below as the ticket system is provided by Ticketsource or you can go direct to the Ticketsource website at: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/shaldon-festival (please note this will open up in a new window).
We look forward to welcoming you to Shaldon Festival 2024!