Grayshott Concerts

    • Your favourite classical music – right in the heart of Grayshott
    • The only UK village regularly staging major works performed by top professional musicians
    • Showcasing some of the world’s best soloists, orchestras, choirs, conductors and composers
    • 4-5 events each year – selling out weeks, often months in advance
    • Supported by ‘Friends of Grayshott Concerts’ who enjoy priority booking

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Breaking News

Excelsis Chamber Choir are launching their first independent CD at our Concert on 18 May 2019.In the video below (3:42 minutes) you can see a preview recorded during the making of the CD, including interviews with some of the participants.

 


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Saturday 18th May 2019

Excelsis Chamber Choir

Excelsis Chamber Choir marks the launch of its new CD with performances of Faure's Requiem and works by acclaimed local composer, Clive Osgood. They will be accompanied by the London Mozart Players, who also joined Excelsis for the recording.

St Luke’s Church, Grayshott, GU26 6LF

Tickets are £32 or £25 depending on seating location

General booking for this concert NOW OPEN

 


Friday 13th September 2019

Jamal Aliyev, winner of the third Sir Karl Jenkins/Arts Club/Classic FM awardJamal Aliyev

Turkish-born young British cellist Jamal Aliyev, winner of the third Sir Karl Jenkins/Arts Club/Classic FM award, joins the London Mozart Players for Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme (Op 33). This work is regarded as the closest the composer came to a full concerto for cello and orchestra.

St Luke’s Church, Grayshott, GU26 6LF

Tickets are £32 or £25 depending on seating location

Optional pre-concert Supper at Applegarth

Friends booking from: Tuesday 1st January 2019 - General booking opens:  21 July 2019  (side aisles only)

 


Friday 29th November 2019

Adrian Butterfield directs the Pegasus Choir Adrian Butterfield directs the Pegasus Choir

Internationally renowned violinist and conductor Adrian Butterfield directs the Pegasus Choir in a performance of Handel’s ever-popular Messiah. Adrian Butterfield is Professor of Baroque Violin at the Royal College of Music. He is also Director of Music of the London Handel Players and the Tilford Bach Society.

St Luke’s Church, Grayshott, GU26 6LF

Tickets are £32 or £25 depending on seating location

Optional pre-concert Supper at Applegarth

Friends booking from: Tuesday 1st January 2019  Friends priority ends: 16 September 2019

General booking opens:  22 September 2019  (side aisles only)

 


 

 

 

 

 

NEXT EVENT

Saturday 18th May 2019

Excelsis
Chamber Choir

Excelsis Chamber Choir

Excelsis Chamber Choir marks the launch of its new CD with performances of Faure's Requiem and works by acclaimed local composer, Clive Osgood.

With the London Mozart Players

at

St Luke's Church
Grayshott
GU26 6LF

Start 7.30 pm

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