Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Snape Bridge, Snape, Suffolk, IP17 1SP

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Nestled beside the River Alde, Snape Maltings Concert hall make up just one building in Aldeburgh Music's creative campus. As well as the hall, the Hoffmann Building and the Britten-Pears Building complete the trio of performance spaces, rehearsal rooms and recital rooms.

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Aldeburgh Music Club: A Night At The Opera: Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Leonard Bernstein, Donizetti, Puccini, Wagner, Mozart, Dvorak

  • Directed by: Edmond Fivet (cond)
  • Written by: Dvorak

Edmond Fivet conducts choruses, arias and duets by Verdi, Mozart, Bernstein, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Puccini, Dvorak, Rossini and Donizetti, with soloists Linda Richardson, soprano and James Edwards, tenor.

Aldeburgh Young Musicians

The student musicians perform a selection of contemporary works, plus pieces composed by the students themselves.

Sun 1 Jun

Britten Studio

£6; £3 under 27s

Anya Gallaccio

Site-specific, interventional, mixed-media installations.

Sat 14 Jun

Sun 15 Jun

Mon 16 Jun

…and 13 more dates until 29 Jun

Arcanto Quartet II: Webern, George Benjamin, Mozart, Brahms

  • Written by: Brahms

The quartet performs Mozart's Quartet In A Major, Webern's Four Pieces For Violin And Piano and Three Pieces For Cello And Piano, George Benjamin's Viola Viola and Brahms's Sextet No 2 In G.

Arcanto Quartet: Schumann, Schoenberg, Marco Stroppa, Brahms

  • Written by: Brahms

The group performs Schumann's Quartet No 1 In A Minor, Schoenberg's Fantasie For Violin And Piano, Marco Stroppa's Ay, There's The Rub For Solo Cello and Brahms's Sextet No 1 In B Flat.

Thu 26 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£10–£22

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BBC Symphony Orchestra: Janacek, Tristan Murail, Messiaen, Sibelius

  • Directed by: Sakari Oramo (vln)
  • Written by: Sibelius

Sakari Oramo conducts the orchestra, with pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard and violinist Thomas Zehetmair, as they perform Messiaen's Un Sourire, Tristan Murail's Piano Concerto Le Desenchantement Du Monde (UK premiere), Janacek's Violin Concerto 'The Pilgrimage Of The Soul' and Sibelius's Symphony No 7.

Bostridge And Ades: Schubert

  • Written by: Schubert

The tenor and his piano accompanist performs Schubert's Winterreise.

Sun 22 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£14–£32

Britten-Pears Masterclasses: The Marriage Of Figaro: Workshop

Workshops on scenes from one of Mozart's greatest operas led by celebrated interpreters Ann Murray and Claudio Desderi.

Mon 21 Apr

Tue 22 Apr

Wed 23 Apr

…and 2 more dates until 26 Apr

Britten-Pears Orchestra: Berlioz, Mozart

  • Directed by: Christian Zacharias (dir)
  • Written by: Mozart

The orchestra performs Mozart's Piano Trio In B Flat, Vado, Ma Dove and Bella Mia Fi Amma, Addio!, plus Berlioz's Nuits, with Christian Zacharias, piano, Markus Daunert, violin and David Geber, cello.

Sun 20 Apr

£10–£25; £5–£12.50 under 27s

Britten-Pears Orchestra: Mozart

  • Directed by: Christian Zacharias (cond)

Christian Zacharias conducts Mozart's Piano Concerto No 25 In C, Concert Aria: Ch'io Mi Scordi Di Te featuring mezzo-soprano Ann Murray, and Symphony No 38 'Prague'.

Fri 18 Apr

£10–£25; £5–£12.50 under 27s

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Britten-Pears Young Artists Alumni I: Young Composers: Carter, Maderna, Robert Peate, Tom Coult, Emma-Ruth Richards, Nicholas Moroz, Michael Taplin, Louis Chiappetta

  • Directed by: Gregory Charette (cond)
  • Written by: Louis Chiappetta

Gregory Charette conducts Maderna's Serenata 2 and Carter's ASKO Concerto, plus works by Louis Chiappetta, Tom Coult, Nicholas Moroz, Michael Taplin, Robert Peate and Emma-Ruth Richards.

CBSO And Ades: Gerald Barry, Ravel, Francisco Coll-Garcia, Thomas Ades

  • Directed by: Thomas Ades (cond)
  • Written by: Thomas Ades

Thomas Ades conducts Ravel's Ma Mere L'Oye, Gerald Barry's Piano Concerto, Francisco Coll-Garcia's No Sere Yo Quien Diga Nada For Piano And Orchestra and Thomas Ades's Tevot. With Nicholas Hodges, piano.

Sat 21 Jun

Chamber Orchestra Of Europe I: Webern, Carter, Ligeti, Mendelssohn, Dallapiccola

  • Directed by: Oliver Knussen (cond)
  • Written by: Dallapiccola

Oliver Knussen conducts the orchestra as they perform Mendelssohn's Symphony No 1, Dallapiccola's An Mathilde, Carter's Instances (UK premiere), Webern's Symphony and Ligeti's Melodien.

Chamber Orchestra Of Europe II: Britten, Mozart, Mendelssohn

  • Directed by: Thomas Zehetmair (cond)
  • Written by: Mendelssohn

Thomas Zehetmair conducts the orchestra with pianists Pierre Laurent Aimard and Tamara Stefanovich as they perform Britten's Suite On English Folk Tunes 'A Time There Was', Mozart's Concerto For Two Pianos In E Flat Major, Mendelssohn's Overture and Incidental Music To A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Sun 29 Jun

Chamber Orchestra Of Europe Soloists: Carter, Mendelssohn, Janacek

  • Written by: Janacek

The group performs Carter's 8 Etudes and A Fantasy, Janacek's March Of The Bluebirds Concertino and Mendelssohn's Octet, with Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano.

Sat 21 Jun

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Children’s Crusade: Britten

  • Directed by: Ben Parry (cond)
  • Written by: Britten

Esther Jones and Ben Parry conduct Britten's Antiphon, Psalm 70, Deus In Adjutorium Meum, We Are The Darkness In The Heat Of The Day, Rejoice In The Lamb, Children's Crusade and Voices For Today.

Sun 22 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£9–£18

Christian Blackshaw: Schubert, Mozart, Beethoven

  • Written by: Beethoven

The pianist performs Mozart's Sonata In F, Beethoven's Sonata In E and Schubert's Sonata In C Minor.

Tue 17 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£10–£22

Christopher Maltman: Debussy, Britten

  • Written by: Britten

The baritone singer performs Britten's Songs And Proverbs Of William Blake, Debussy's Nuit D'Etoiles, Beau Soir, Fleur Des Bles, Mandoline, Le Promenoir Des Deux Amants, Trois Ballades De Francois Villon and songs by Duparc.

Thu 19 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£10–£22

Ensemble 360: Colin Matthews, Mahler, Britten, Brahms

  • Written by: Brahms

The group performs Britten's Sinfonietta, Berg's Four Pieces For Clarinet, Mahler's Piano Quartet In A Minor and Brahms's Serenade No 1 In D.

Tue 24 Jun

Faster Than Sound: Earthquake Mass: Russell Haswell, Antoine Brumel

  • Directed by: James Weeks
  • Written by: Antoine Brumel

The choir performs Antoine Brumel and Russell Haswell's Earthquake Mass, with Russell Haswell electronics.

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Ipswich School Spring Concert: Alexander L'Estrange

  • Directed by: Andrew Leach (cond)
  • Written by: Alexander L'Estrange

A performance of Ahoy! Sing For The Mary Rose by Alexander L'Estrange by Ipswich School Choirs, Choral Society, Orchestras, Big Band, Ipswich Preparatory School musicians and members of years 7 and 8 and conducted by Andrew Leach.

Fri 9 May

Junior And Senior School Pupils

The student musicians perform a selection of music from the Renaissance through to jazz and popular classics.

Klangforum Wien I: Georg Friedrich Haas, Scelsi, Tristan Murail

  • Directed by: Ilan Volkov (cond)
  • Written by: Tristan Murail

Ilan Volkov conducts a performance of classical works.

Sat 28 Jun

Britten Studio, Snape

£15–£18; £7.50–£9 under 27s

Klangforum Wien II: Gerard Grisey, Tristan Murail

  • Directed by: Ilan Volkov (cond)
  • Written by: Tristan Murail

Ilan Volkov conducts the ensemble as they perform Tristan Murail's Winter Fragments and Gerard Grisey's Vortex Temporum I, II, III.

Sat 28 Jun

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Ligeti: The Etudes: Ligeti

  • Written by: Ligeti

Pianists from the Pierre-Laurent Aimard masterclass series performs the complete Ligeti's Etudes For Piano.

Tue 24 Jun

Monteverdi Choir: Handel, Rameau, Scarlatti

  • Directed by: John Eliot Gardiner (cond)
  • Written by: Scarlatti

John Elliot Gardiner conducts the choir as they perform Scarlatti's Stabat Mater, Rameau's In Convertendo and Handel's Dixit Dominus.

Fri 20 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£16–£40

Nine Daies Wonder

  • Directed by: Clare Salaman

Nine Daies Wonder re-creates the spirit of a notable Elizabethan artistic journey. In 1600, Will Kemp, a shameless self-publicist and one of the leading actors in Shakespeare's company, danced his way from London to Norwich in nine days, entertaining an adoring public en route. The Society of Strange and Ancient…

Sat 19 Apr

£14–£18; £7–£9 under 27s

Owen Wingrave: Benjamin Britten, David Matthews

  • Directed by: Mark Wigglesworth (cond)
  • Written by: David Matthews

Music from Britten's Owen Wingrave opera in a chamber reduction by David Matthews is performed by the orchestra and accompanying cast.

Sun 15 Jun

Owen Wingrave: Benjamin Britten, David Matthews

  • Directed by: Neil Bartlett
  • Written by: David Matthews

Mon 16 Jun

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Owen Wingrave: David Matthews, Benjamin Britten

  • Directed by: Mark Wigglesworth (cond)
  • Written by: Benjamin Britten

Music from Britten's Owen Wingrave opera is performed by the orchestra.

Fri 13 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£48–£48

Owen Wingrave: David Matthews, Benjamin Britten

  • Directed by: Neil Bartlett
  • Written by: Benjamin Britten

Neil Bartlett presents Benjamin Britten's opera, originally produced for television and based on a story by Henry James. Conducted by Mark Wigglesworth.

Fri 13 Jun

Sun 15 Jun

Mon 16 Jun

Wed 18 Jun

Pierre-Laurent Aimard: Scriabin, Debussy, Bartok, Ligeti, Chopin

  • Written by: Chopin

The pianist performs Etudes by Ligeti, Bartok, Chopin, Debussy and Scriabin.

Mon 23 Jun

Richard Goode: Debussy, Schumann, Janacek

  • Written by: Janacek

The American pianist performs Janacek's On An Overgrown Path (excerpts), Schumann's Davidsbundlertanze and Debussy's Preludes Book I.

Sat 14 Jun

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£10–£25

RSPB Spring Concert 2014: Mozart, Beethoven

  • Directed by: Michael Collins (cond)
  • Written by: Beethoven

The City of London Sinfonia conducted by Michael Collins performs a vast repertoire, including Mozart's Magic Flute Overture, Horn Concerto No 2 and Clarinet Concerto and Beethoven's Egmont Overture and Symphony No 6.

Sat 26 Apr

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

£16–£31

University Of Essex Choir/Essex Sinfonia: Britten

  • Directed by: Richard Cooke (cond)
  • Written by: Britten

Richard Cook conducts Britten's War Requiem, with soloists Benjamin Hulett, Benjamin Appl and Alywn Mellow.

A West End Musical Christmas

Seasonal entertainment for musical theatre fans.

Tue 16 Dec

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