Snape Maltings Concert Hall
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.
There are 11 events at this location
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Aldeburgh Music Club: Handels Messiah
- Directed by: Edmond Fivet (cond)
Edmond Fivet conducts the legendary oratorio with the Aldeburgh Music Club Choir, the Suffolk Baroque Players, soprano Elenor Bowers-Jolley, counter tenor Richard Wyn Roberts, tenor Ben Alden and baritone Alexander Ashworth.
The Choir Of St Paul’s Cathedral In Concert: Percy Whitlock, C H H Parry, Balfour Gardner, G F Handel, John Joubert, Gustav Holst, Benjamin Britten, Mark Blatchly, Geoffrey Burgon, John Tavener, Gregorio Allegri
- Directed by: Andrew Carwood
- Written by: Gregorio Allegri
The choir performs sacred and secular music in aid of the British Red Cross in Suffolk and EACH in Ipswich.
Connections: Classical & Contemporary Chamber Music
Renowned composer and clarinettist Jorg Widmann and violinist Isabelle van Keulen lead an exploration of the threads that join contemporary music and earlier repertoire; featuring music by Mozart, Brahms and Widmann himself.
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Sat 5 Sep
English Touring Opera: Pelleas Et Melisande
- Written by: Debussy
Susanna Hurrell stars as Melisande in Debussy's bewitching tale of an intense widower who becomes violently jealous when his new bride shows signs of affection for his younger brother. Sung in French with English surtitles. Directed by James Conway.
English Touring Opera: The Tales Of Hoffmann
- Written by: Offenbach
Offenbach's dark comedy is revived in a new production by James Bonas starring young tenor Sam Furness. Sung in English.
English Touring Opera: Werther
- Written by: Massenet
Iain Farrington's arrangement for salon ensemble brings the musicians on stage with the singers to perform Massenet's operatic tale of reckless and destructive passion. Directed by Oliver Platt.
This South American festival has expanded beyond its literary origins and now encompasses dance, live music, kids' events and other Latin-flavoured fun, although there are some star writers in 2015, including Joanna Trollope, Louis de Bernieres, Esther Freud, Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, and Brazilian actor Fernanda…
Flipside Opening Night Party
Red hot latin beats with DJs Aroop Roy, Cal Jader and Seven-piece band The Fontanas whose Brazilian funk meets Samba, Ska and Bossa Nova.
Suffolk County Music Service: Gala Concert
- Directed by: Philip Shaw (cond)
Philip Shaw and Kelly Jones conduct a student musicians' performance.
Suffolk Philharmonic Orchestra: Richard Strauss, Wagner, Brahms
- Directed by: Leslie Olive (cond)
- Written by: Brahms
Leslie Olive conducts Wagner's Prelude And Liebestod from Tristan Und Isolde, Richard Strauss's Vier Letzte Lieder and Brahms's Symphony No 4, with Susan Gritton, soprano.
Sat 10 Oct
The Turn Of The Screw: Sophie Bevan, Thomas Delgado-Little, Jane Irwin, Ann Murray DBE, Louise Moseley, Andrew Staples, Benjamin Britten
- Directed by: Nicholas Collon (cond)
- Written by: Benjamin Britten
Nicholas Collon conducts a concert performance of Britten's opera.