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Wimbledon International Music Festival 10 - 25 November


CONCERT START TIMES

MESSIAH, Sacred Heart, Saturday 24 November

Please note that the start time is at 20.00 hrs, 8.00pm (not 18.00 as in the programme)

Academy Choir and Baroque Players

The Academy Choir and Baroque Players, under Matthew Best, with outstanding soloists, are planning a rare performance of the complete MESSIAH with some wonderful music frequently cut. Your unique chance to hear this work complete.

Only a Few Tickets Left

Messiah


PHILHARMONIA Trinity Sunday 25 November 6.30pm

Please note the earlier start time of 6.30pm for this concert

Festival Finale

Festival Finale - Philharmonia Orchestra with Zuill Bailey solo cello. Robin O’Neill conductor

A few tickets are still available

Haydn


ZUILL BAILEY Cello Recital Thursday 22 November 7.30pm

St John’s Church, Spencer Hill, SW19 4NZ

Zuill Bailey

ZUILL BAILEY will be soloist performing Schumann’s gloriously Romantic cello concerto. Tonight he gives a cello recital with pianist Piers Lane. It is something of a party time as the three global co-commissioning partners will be celebrating their reunion.

PARTY TIME: Last night was also party time as the Wimbledon Virtuosi played their party pieces as well as second performances of our co-commissioned works to a hugely appreciative audience.

So come tonight to celebrate our TENTH ANNIVERSARY with a glass of wine, and some dazzling music by Boccherini, Beethoven, Chopin, and the ‘Tales of Hemmingway’, winner of 3 Grammy Awards last year.

Haydn

I raise a glass - CHEERS!

Anthony Wilkinson
Festival Director

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