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Outstanding music in historic venues


21st – 30th September 2017


Classical Kicks! At The Farmhouse with Lizzie Ball, Morgan Szymanski and Gabriella Swallow


Reger – Forgotten Master. Complete cello suites of Max Reger performed by international soloist, Richard Harwood


Bach Pilgrimage – concerts held along the Pilgrims’ Way in Birling and Trottiscliffe and Malling Abbey, West Malling


Hall of Fame Favourites – Chamber Domaine perform works by Vaughan Williams, Elgar and Alexander Goehr, side by side with young Musicians from across Kent and their teachers, in St Mary’s Church, West Malling


Go Compose! A chance for budding composers from across Kent to compose a piece mentored by leading composer, Simon Speare and members of Chamber Domaine, in St Benedict’s Centre, West Malling


Little Red Riding Hood - St Mary’s Church, West Malling, and Discovery School, Kings Hill.. Chamber Domaine and local school pupils perform new works resulting from workshops


Bachology – The James Pearson Trio perform jazz in St Mary’s Church, West Malling L’Ascension – Organist Kevin Bowyer performs at Tonbridge School Quartet for the End of Time – Atmospheric performance in All Saints’, Tudeley


Gypsy Fire! Lizzie Ball and special guests romp through the music of eastern Europe, Slovenia and the Balkans, at The Poacher and Partridge, Tudeley.


1914-1918 Chamber Domaine perform works written during World War I. Pilsdon Barn, West Malling, and The Control Tower, Kings Hill


Rhapsody in Blue in St Mary’s Church, West Malling. The Callum Au Big Band and pianist James Pearson in an evening of music by George Gershwin.


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details visit www.musicatmalling.com


Bookings: 03453 191043


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