Brighton Festival 2019Public booking opens: Fri 24 Feb, 9am

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Pitch Perfect

Sat 4 May
Bartholomew Square

An afternoon of the city’s best young musical talent

Ensemble Correspondances

Sun 5 May
Glyndebourne

The resurrection of well-loved and rarer music from the Grande Siècle.

The Nature of Why

Mon 6 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Immersive, genre-blending, live classical music and dance event.

Song Recital

Wed 8 May
Royal Pavilion, Music Room

Malcolm Martineau accompanies soprano Miah Persson and tenor Jeremy Ovenden

Sam Sweeney - The Unfinished Violin

Wed 8 May
All Saints Church

The story of an unfinished fiddle comes to life in Sam Sweeny’s live show

Siren Duo

Thu 9 May
St Nicholas' Church

Claire Wickes and Tomos Xerri play a mixed classical programme

Marmen Quartet

Fri 10 May
Theatre Royal Brighton

The Marmen string quartet performs Haydn and Debussy

Sir András Schiff (Hungary) Bach Partitas – Piano Recital

Sun 12 May
Glyndebourne

Acclaimed pianist performs Bach's demanding Partitas suite.

Brighton Youth Orchestra Fiesta of Music from around the World

Sun 12 May
All Saints Church

Featuring works by Sibelius and Berlioz, as well as music from Greek Dances

Michael Matthews

Mon 13 May
St Nicholas' Church

Guitarist Michael Matthews performs music from Italy and Africa.

Chilly Gonzales

Mon 13 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Grammy-winning entertainer Chilly Gonzales shares his love of the piano

Lines from a Wanderer

Wed 15 May
All Saints Church

Baritone Marcus Farnsworth & pianist Libby Burgess perform a song selection

Jean-Sélim Abdelmoula

Thu 16 May
All Saints Church

Swiss pianist Jean-Sélim Abdelmoula plays Schubert and Schumann

Outre Mémoire

Thu 16 May
All Saints Church

Activist quartet commemorates the impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

Jerwood Glyndebourne Young Artists

Fri 17 May
All Saints Church

This operatic concert presents members of the Jerwood Young Artists scheme

Brighton Festival Youth Choir Under the Moon

Fri 17 May
All Saints Church

Brighton Festival Youth Choir sing a fun repertoire of moon-inspired songs

Songs of Longing and Exile

Fri 17 May
All Saints Church

Early music vocal ensemble and oud prodigy inspired by migrant testimonies

Jonathan Radford & Ashley Fripp

Mon 20 May
St Nicholas' Church

Saxophonist Jonathan Radford and pianist Ashley Fripp mix eras and styles

Britten Sinfonia with Thomas Adès

Mon 20 May
Theatre Royal Brighton

Lyrical Beethoven programme with Britten Sinfonia conducted by Thomas Adès

Ruisi Quartet

Tue 21 May
The Old Market

The Ruisi Quartet plays Purcell and Beethoven

Chineke!

Thu 23 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Chineke!, Europe’s first majority BME orchestra cover the roaring ‘20s.

A Child of our Time

Sun 26 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

One-off concert with Philharmonia Orchestra combining Beethoven and Tippett