Saturday 16 June: The Spitfire Sisters

The internationally acclaimed vintage-inspired, 7-piece band with 3-part vocal harmony

Sunday 17 June: Huw Wiggin (saxophone) Timothy End (organ) and Oliver Wass (harp)

Monday 18 June: Dante String Quartet

One of the most exciting young chamber groups playing today

Tuesday 19 June: K’antu Ensemble

Music in Shakespeare, performed by K’antu Ensemble and compered by dance master Darren Royston

Wednesday 20 June: Corinne Morris and Peter Limonov

Corinne, our highly accomplished cellist was accompanied by Peter on piano, shown in performance and during practice earlier in the day

Thursday 21 June: Gilbert & Sullivan's Patience

The hit Victorian comic opera performed by the New London Sinfonia & soloists from the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company

Friday 22 June: Noriko Ogawa

Internationally acclaimed concert pianist, Noriko delivered a ravishingly poetic performance, celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of Debussy’s death and other pieces. The concert was dedicated to Ian Gavin-Brown, Chairman of the Festival from 1996-2016, who sadly died in January 2018

Saturday 23 June: The Milestones

The Milestones brought together the music of motown, disco, funk, soul and modern chart hits in a grand finale to a week of amazing chamber and modern music. Nearly 500 festival-goers sang along and danced the night away after dining in the warm evening sunshine in the festival meadow. A wonderful English festival in the middle of beautiful countryside - what could be better?