Clas­si­cal Mu­sic Fes­ti­vals

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If clas­si­cal mu­sic is more up your street than con­tem­po­rary pop, you might en­joy the an­nual Cam­bridge Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, which lasts for al­most two weeks in Novem­ber. It caters for all tastes, whether you like Beethoven, Mozart or Vi­valdi, and in­cludes tra­di­tional or­ches­tras, vi­olin quar­tets and the oc­ca­sional up­beat ver­sion of clas­si­cal tunes. In­ter­na­tional per­form­ers rub shoul­ders with ris­ing stars and you can pick and choose which per­for­mances to see.

En­joy the ar­chi­tec­ture and glo­ri­ous sights of Cam­bridge while you’re there! Visit www. cam­bridge­mu­sicfes­ti­ for more in­for­ma­tion.


The Aldeburgh Fes­ti­val on the Suf­folk coast is an­other fab­u­lous an­nual mu­sic event. It takes place in June ev­ery year with clas­sic mu­sic and dance, in­clud­ing or­ches­tras, soloists, choirs and quar­tets.

You can en­joy mu­sic on the band­stand, or in the the­atre. There are also walks, talks, films and a var­ied fringe pro­gramme.

Aldeburgh prides it­self on its fine din­ing, friendly at­mos­phere and beau­ti­ful land­scapes. The peb­ble beaches, fish­ing boats, Tu­dor par­ish church and rows of colour­ful houses give this quaint sea­side town unique char­ac­ter and charm. Find out more at www.snape­malt­

Find more clas­si­cal mu­sic fes­ti­vals at www. clas­si­cal-mu­­ti­val-per­for­mance-guide.

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