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.
Events at this venue
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Aldeburgh Music Club Choir: Handel's Messiah
Edmond Fivet conducts the ensemble accompanied by Suffolk Baroque Players. Featuring soprano Zoe Bonner, mezzo-soprano Amy Lyddon, tenor Christopher Bowen and bass Alex Ashworth.
Sat 18 Nov
Angelika Kirchschlager: Wolf, Strauss
- Written by: Wolf, Strauss
As part of her residency, Angelika Kirchschlager takes part in Roger Vignoles's Wigmore Hall series of Strauss songs. Her rich yet radiant mezzo-soprano will be perfectly suited to such unforgettable gems of the late flowering of the German Lied as Morgen and Cacilie, as well as several less well-known works. To precede…
Sun 29 Oct
BBC Concert Orchestra
- Directed by: Richard Balcombe (cond)
- Written by: Tchaikovsky
The BBC Concert Orchestra is the smallest of the BBC's five radio orchestras and has a wide-ranging repertoire, playing light classical and popular music but also music by contemporary composers.
Sat 28 Oct
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Snape Maltings: Britten Weekend. Aaron Copland: Quiet City Benjamin Britten: Piano Concerto
BBC Radio Suffolk Carol Concert
A seasonal celebration in aid of BBC Children in Need. With music from a host of local talent. And a chance to join in some of your favourite carols.
Sat 16 Dec
Christmas Spectacular In The Land Of Oz
The Co-op Juniors Theatre Company give a high-energy music and dance spectacular and breathtaking performance. Packed with musical theatre and Christmas numbers that the whole family will know and love.
Fri 1 Dec
Sat 2 Dec
Sun 3 Dec
English Touring Opera: Dardanus
The first UK premiere of Rameau's 1744 version of Dardanus, about the forbidden love between Jupiter's son and Iphise, the daughter of his enemy, Teucer. Sung in French with English surtitles.
Fri 3 Nov
English Touring Opera: Mozart: The Marriage Of Figaro
Programme Mozart The Marriage of Figaro (sung in English with surtitles) Blanche McIntyre director Christopher Stark conductor English Touring Opera presents an energetic new production of one of the world's most beloved operas, Mozart's classic comedy The Marriage of Figaro. During the course of one eventful day, Figaro…
Thu 12 Apr 2018
Fri 13 Apr 2018
English Touring Opera: Puccini: Gianni Schicchi & Il Tabarro
Programme Puccini Gianni Schicchi and Il Tabarro (sung in Italian with English surtitles) James Conway director (Il Tabarro) Liam Steel director (Gianni Schicchi) Michael Rosewell conductor Puccini's one-act operas Il Tabarro and Gianni Schicchi could hardly be more different: one is a moody romance ending in a grotesque…
Sat 14 Apr 2018
Fantasia On Christmas Carols
Ben Parry directs an evening of Vaughan Williams and Finzi's seasonal favourites, drawn deeply on the English folk tradition.
Fri 15 Dec
Frozen Planet in Concert
BBC Concert Orchestra George Fenton composer and conductor This is the ultimate portrait of the polar regions - the planet's last great wilderness - captured in high definition film and featuring live orchestral music alongside breath-taking big-screen footage from the landmark David Attenborough- fronted BBC television…
Sat 17 Feb 2018
The gregarious presenter of the BAFTA award-winning TV series The Choir headlines an intimate five-date tour in the company of guest choirs and singers to showcase the full spectrum of music that inspires him.
Thu 16 Nov
Britten-Pears Baroque Orchestra Singers of the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme Christian Curnyn conductor Handel Theodora 180' 'Find anything exciting happening in period opera in the UK and [Christian] Curnyn will be involved' says The Spectator. True, Handel's Theodora is technically an oratorio rather than an…
Sat 31 Mar 2018
A personal journey through the piano sonatas of Schubert. This music offers infinite riches of tragedy, melody and humour.
Sun 22 Oct
Music Theatre Wales: The Golden Dragon
Set in a Chinese restaurant found in any city anywhere, The Golden Dragon is a compelling fable of modern life. At the heart of this East-meets-West tale, is the discovery of a decayed tooth in a bowl of soup. It belongs to a kitchen boy, a long way from home and with no papers. He's looking for his sister, but she's been…
Sat 21 Oct
Programme Bach Partita in D minor, BWV 1004 30'; Sonata in E, BWV 1016 18' Ysaye Sonata No.3 8'; Sonata No.5 10' Performers Nicola Benedetti violin When a violinist performs completely unaccompanied, it can be like walking a highwire: a feat of supreme artistic skill and courage. But Nicola Benedetti is more than just a…
Sun 11 Mar 2018
Norwich Cathedral Choir
A ceremony of carols that stretches from Britten through familiar favourites and fresh classics.
Sat 16 Dec
Open Session: Propellor
Propellor invites you to immerse yourself in a cross-genre sonic and visual landscape installation, mapped out along the watercourse going backwards from the sea, across the land and through our communities. It mixes original music scored for an eleven-piece ensemble from the worlds of folk, classical and jazz music with…
Fri 9 Feb 2018
Open Session: Witches Three
Kerry Andrew composer Jessica Walker writer & performer Anna Dennis & Melanie Pappenheim performers Award-winning composer Kerry Andrew and singer/writer Jessica Walker explore the parallels between the scapegoating of outsiders by witch-finder Matthew Hopkins in 1640s East Anglia and the uncomfortable social…
Sun 12 Nov
Public Masterclasses: Handel's Theodora
Britten-Pears Baroque Orchestra Singers from the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme Sarah Connolly mezzo soprano Christian Curnyn conductor/harpsichord It promises to be an exciting few days of masterclasses as the tutors, singers and instrumentalists put together this astonishing masterpiece for an Easter Saturday…
Mon 26 Mar 2018
- 14:30 – 17:30
Tue 27 Mar 2018
- 14:30 – 17:30
Wed 28 Mar 2018
- 14:30 – 17:30
Snape Maltings Tea Dance
with The Berkeley Square Society Band A delightful afternoon of festivities, food, dancing and music with a delicious afternoon tea and an opporunity to waltz, foxtrot and cha-cha-cha to a live seven-piece big band. Suitable for all ages and abilities - groups welcome. Advance booking advised, Please note tables will be…
Tue 5 Dec
The Snowman & Paddington Bear's First Concert
Ben Parry conducts The Suffolk Ensemble as they present seasonal classical works.
Sun 17 Dec
Works by Tavener, Howells, Gurney, Parry, Schoenberg and more conducted by Nigel Short.
Sat 11 Nov
University of Essex Choir And London Mozart Players
Programme Mozart Mass in C minor Vaughan Williams An Oxford Elegy Please note that the previously announced programme of Mendelssohn's Elijah has been changed to the programme above. Performers University of Essex Choir London Mozart Players Richard Cooke conductor
Sat 5 May 2018
Ute Lemper: Last Tango in Berlin - The Best of Ute
The German singer made her name as murderess Velmer Kelly in the London and New York revivals of the musical Chicago. Her root repertoire draws on pre-War Berlin cabaret, and the songs of Brecht and Weill. In this show she branches out to sing chansons by Brel, Piaf and Ferre, as well as venturing into the world of tango…
Fri 10 Nov
Woodbridge Choral Society
Programme Verdi Requiem Performers Woodbridge Choral Society Kingfisher Sinfonia Andrew Leach conductor Woodbridge Choral Society presents this dramatic Requiem accompanied by the Kingfisher Sinfonia and four soloists. The Requiem is not a religious work in the conventional sense. It has been described as 'an opera in…
Sat 7 Apr 2018