2-24 May 2020
An afternoon of the city’s best young musical talent
The resurrection of well-loved and rarer music from the Grande Siècle.
Immersive, genre-blending, live classical music and dance event.
Malcolm Martineau accompanies soprano Miah Persson and tenor Jeremy Ovenden
The story of an unfinished fiddle comes to life in Sam Sweeny’s live show
Claire Wickes and Tomos Xerri play a mixed classical programme
The Marmen string quartet performs Haydn and Debussy
Acclaimed pianist performs Bach's demanding Partitas suite.
Featuring works by Sibelius and Berlioz, as well as music from Greek Dances
Guitarist Michael Matthews performs music from Italy and Africa.
Grammy-winning entertainer Chilly Gonzales shares his love of the piano
Baritone Marcus Farnsworth & pianist Libby Burgess perform a song selection
Swiss pianist Jean-Sélim Abdelmoula plays Schubert and Schumann
Activist quartet commemorates the impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
This operatic concert presents members of the Jerwood Young Artists scheme
Brighton Festival Youth Choir sing a fun repertoire of moon-inspired songs
Early music vocal ensemble and oud prodigy inspired by migrant testimonies
Saxophonist Jonathan Radford and pianist Ashley Fripp mix eras and styles
Lyrical Beethoven programme with Britten Sinfonia conducted by Thomas Adès
The Ruisi Quartet plays Purcell and Beethoven
Chineke!, Europe’s first majority BME orchestra cover the roaring ‘20s.
One-off concert with Philharmonia Orchestra combining Beethoven and Tippett